Each of our products goes through a rigorous assessment process that involves 150 quality tests and various purification processes.
Once you have found the ideal pre-workout supplement for your needs, check out our impressive selection of diet & weight management products, protein powder, shakes & bars, and other vitamins & supplements formulated to meet your healthy living goals.
The Society is proud to announce the opening of the Connecticut Humane Society Companion Animal Sanctuary in October 2006, during the celebration of our 125th Anniversary year.
Our sanctuary, located adjacent to our Waterford Shelter offers a more comfortable, home-like environment for pets to enjoy while we highlight them and work to find them new homes.
Customers and employees were evacuated from the Target in Newington on Thursday afternoon after a bomb threat was made.
The store on the Berlin Turnpike was evacuated around p.m.
Accordingly, they become better candidates for adoption. Please remember to allow at least 1-2 hours to complete the adoption process.
We are also pleased to report that the Fox Memorial Clinic, located adjacent to the Newington shelter, has been open to the public since April 1999. The animals available for adoption are constantly changing.
All dogs in our program have been examined for their disposition, vaccinated, and spayed/neutered prior to adoption.
Police said the store manager had received the threat via telephone.
A town attorney is facing criticism over what some call offensive posts he made on his Facebook page.
"The purpose of the Society is to promote humanity and kindness, and to prevent cruelty to man and animals, by information, statistics, appropriate literature, and by all lawful means which they may deem wise and best, and by assisting in prosecution of crimes of a cruel and inhumane nature; and generally to encourage justice and humanity and to discourage injustice and inhumanity."~ From the Act Incorporating the Connecticut Humane Society, 1881**********Our History Our Society was founded in 1881 by Hartford high school senior, Gertrude O. For 84 years, we were the only statewide agency offering protective service to children until the current state agency was formed.
From there our primary focus shifted to animals and over the years we have added and expanded animal shelters, built a staff of caring professionals, recruited a corps of dedicated volunteers, initiated humane education programs, entered into the public affairs arena, and defined our relationship of people and pets in the environment.