The Lawrence Humane Society understands that, sometimes, pet owners face challenges when it comes to keeping their pet. We are here to help!

Pet Owner Resources

Whether you’re looking to find a local veterinarian, a boarding facility, or other local pet businesses, we have you covered! Click here to view our list of local pet owner resources.

Assistance For Pet Parents

The Lawrence Humane Society understands that, sometimes, the unexpected happens and your family may be facing the difficult decision to surrender your furry family member to a shelter like ours. Our goal is to keep pets with their families whenever possible, and thanks to a grant from the ASPCA, we may be able to help!

Project HELP

Project HELP (Hope for Every Loved Pet) is a new Lawrence Humane Society pilot program designed to provide pet parents with the resources they need to keep their pets in their homes, instead of surrendering them to our shelter. Resources that may be available include:

  • Behavior training resources
  • Pet-friendly housing support
  • Medical support
  • Temporary boarding support
  • Pet care items

If you are having challenges keeping your pet, please contact the Lawrence Humane Society’s Pet Resource Center to schedule a Project HELP appointment at or 785-856-0334.

Project HELP is generously funded by the ASPCA, the Douglas County Community Foundation, and The Beth and Donna Fund.
Donate to Project HELP

Request a Project HELP Appointment