State Finds No Animal Welfare Violations at Happy Tails
Following allegations raised by Advanced Animal Health Center in Rock Falls, the Illinois Department of Agriculture inspected Happy Tails Humane Society in late October and found no violations of the Animal Welfare Act. Department of Agriculture inspector Ron Settles found all animals to be “healthy and happy” and the facility to be in good sanitary condition.
Wellness Clinic Now Open Four Days A Week
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Surgeries are to be dropped off at 8 A.M.
Just a few lines to let you know how happy we are with Megan. It took her six months to get used to me, but took to my wife right away. We love her very dearly and would not trade her for anything.
Monday to Wednesday 12 to 3
Thursday 11 to 1
The family of Ethel Jacobs of Sterling donated her memorial proceeds to Happy Tails. Ethel was life long animal lover. She loved her cats! Happy Tails is very grateful for her generosity and kindness.
The family of Beverly Bellini donated to Happy Tails in her name. She loved dogs and they wanted her memorial to help animals at Happy Tails in any way possible
The family and friends of Kim Hansen made a very kind donation in her memory. Kim was a life long animal lover.
Every day 8 to 12
Thursday 5 to 7
Happy Tails is a limited-intake, no-kill facility that shelters and cares for stray and abandoned dogs and cats until they are adopted into loving, permanent homes. We promote pet adoption and humane education. Happy Tails is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
Our Mission, Vision, and Values
Code of Conduct
We follow practices and guidelines established by the American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), and the Association of Shelter Veterinarians (ASV). We are a member of theSociety of Animal Welfare Administrators(SAWA), theHumane Society Veterinary Medical Association, and theIllinois Animal Welfare Federation(IAWF).