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A 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization

Kennel Address:  2910 Hannon Road, Billings, MT 59101
Mailing Address: PO Box 1282, Billings, MT 59103
Email: Hhpmontana@aol.com
406-896-1700
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ADOPTION HOURS
We are open Every day from.:
1:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

We are open every Holiday
even Thanksgiving and Christmas


If you cannot visit us during
these afternoon hours,
please call (406) 896-1700 or
(406) 860-8735 to make
a special appointment.
LOW COST SPAY / NEUTER
Next Scheduled Date is:
KEEP CHECKING BACK for more dates

•  Cats $65
•  Dogs male $95
•  Dogs female $110

Fee includes Spay or Neuter, Rabies and Distemper and Parvo (dog) Vaccinations
WE ARE IN NEED OF DONATIONS TO CONTINUE OUR BI~Weekly LOW COST SPAY NEUTER CLINICS.

If you can help sponsor a Dog or a Cat Spay/Neuter, you can sponsor through STAR DONOR or stop by the shelter. You can also deposit directly into our account at any Western Security Bank. We have started a spay neuter fund there through a grant from WSB
which has been used.

We have been able to spay or neuter over 400 Cats and Dogs through the Western Security Grant. Please
help us to continue this
LIFE SAVING PROGRAM.

Your donation of just $25 for a Cat
or $40 for a Dog would
HELP US HELP THEM.
Did you know that because more people don't spay and neuter...
There are 45 dogs and cats for every person born.
Only 1 of 10 dogs and 1 of 12 cats ever get a home.
800 dogs & cats are KILLED each HOUR in the U.S. because there aren't enough homes. 
25-30% of pets in shelters are purebred.
PLEASE SPAY OR NEUTER
YOUR OWN PETS.


YOU CAN HELP BY SUPPORTING OUR MONTHLY SPAY NEUTER PROGRAM.
Featured Pets
Hi, my name is Genevieve!
I am about 5 years old, current on all vaccinations, dewormed and spayed. I was wandering around HHP, so those kind pet angels brought me in and tried to locate my owner, but no luck.  I am very calm and love to hang out on a soft bed, just waiting for a good petting.  I get along with other cats, dogs don't bother me, and I kinda like kids, too!  These pet angels say I’m a very sweet and loving kitty cat!  I do need some dental help, though.  I have a gum disease that requires monthly injections at $50 each time.  If I could get my teeth pulled, then that will stop the gum disease and monthly injections.  Surgery is about $450, if anyone could help with that I’d be forever grateful. 

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TAYLOUSE
Taylouse was surrendered by an owner that "didn't have the room for him" after a friend gave Taylouse to him.

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Our Adoption Policy

Anyone wishing to adopt an animal will be screened thru an adoption application to ensure that the animal being placed will be well taken care of. An agreement must also be signed to have the animal spayed or neutered if it isn't already, either by our veterinarian, or by your veterinarian with a certificate entitling the adopter to a partial refund for spaying or neutering. All animals will receive distemper & parvo vaccinations as part of the adoption fee; some will have their rabies shots.

The animal adoption fee depends on the type of animal, the age, any medical care given that wasn't already funded, a portion of some fees go to help pay for the spaying of the mother, etc., or to help less fortunate homeless pets to get spayed/neutered and vaccinated.

After the adoption, if further assistance is needed in the care of the animal, HHP will gladly answer any questions you have and assist in any way possible. HHP will also take back animals if they are not working out, for any reason.  Return depends on space available.


Click Here to be directed to our Adoption Application.
How to Relinquish an Animal

HHP does not accept drop-offs.  HHP accepts cats and dogs on a space-available basis. Please call us at (406) 860-8735 before dropping off an animal; space is limited, especially for large dogs. The more you can tell us about your animal, the easier it is for us to find an appropriate home. We always have room for puppies and we will help you get the mother dog spayed when you give us the litter.  To help defray the cost of veterinary care, housing, and food, your financial donation is greatly appreciated.


If You Have Lost or Found an Animal

If you have lost or found a pet, we will be happy to log information about the animal in case it is turned in to our shelter or its owner calls, looking for it. Please call (406) 896-1700 and leave a detailed message if no one answers. Please give us your name, phone number, a complete description of the lost or found animal, the date it was lost or found, and the location. Your call will be returned promptly.

Please complete our online Lost and Found Form is you lost or found a pet.
[Click Here].