BISMARCK-MANDAN'S
NO-KILL ANIMAL SHELTER

Central Dakota Humane Society has been doing great things for pets and people in the Bismarck-Mandan
and the central North Dakota area for 60 years.

In addition to rescuing, rehabilitating, and rehoming homeless pets, we provide a place for volunteers to help in the community.

We educate about proper pet care, animal cruelty laws, and our organization's mission
through school visits, shelter tours, and service group presentations.

We fund our good work through donations, grant writing, and fundraisers. We encourage all pet owners and pet lovers to honor
their own pets by giving back and donating to CDHS, as we continue doing great things for pets and people.

Please Donate or Volunteer!






SANTA PAWS Family Pics

SANTA PAWS Family Pics

Nov. 7 & 8 - 1-5 pm - Plant Perfect, Bismarck

Get your holiday pictures taken with your pets and family.
Join us in raising money for CDHS pets!

$40 for one family poinsettia posing. If you have two family groups you must sign up for two consecutive sittings. Pictures will be taken as a stand-up pose in the Plant Perfect greenhouse with the beautiful poinsettias in the background.
(Santa will not appear at this event.)

You MUST pre-register for a specific timeslot for this event.
There will be no walk-ins this year.
Photos will be available online after the event.

This is a physically distanced event. Masks welcomed.

Sign up soon. Limited number of timeslots available!

The Central Dakota Humane Society provides vital services for the animal population of Bismarck-Mandan and the central North Dakota area. We rescue, house, rehabilitate, and rehome stray, injured, abandoned, and abused animals.

We also promote the spaying and neutering of pets to reduce the number of unwanted litters of puppies and kittens in our area.

Take a look at some of our wonderful success stories in this video by filmmaker Samuel Sprynczynatyk.

Central Dakota Humane Society Rescues 2019 from Samuel Sprynczynatyk on Vimeo.

THANK YOU BENE-PET 2020 SPONSORS and DONORS