November 19, 2020 UPDATE in regards to COVID-19

We are still operating on a Limited Access Policy... Because we care about our community and want to help stop the spread of the virus, protecting our community, staff, guests and volunteers, we are taking steps as a precaution due to the COVID-19 Risk Dial for the area being at "High."

  • Stronger social distancing restrictions will be in place, meaning one person or family unit at a time will be allowed in the facility and we will be going by appointments during our normally regular business hours.
  • An application for adoption is available on our website at www.mccookhumanesociety.com.  Under the tab dog or cat, please indicate who you are interested in adopting.
  • Our front door will be locked during our otherwise normal open hours, you may knock and if we do not have an otherwise scheduled appointment, or someone else in the facility, you will be able to come in and view our pets available for adoption.
  • Masks are mandatory.
  • We ask that you do not come into the facility if you have been in contact with anyone who has tested positive with COVID-19, or if you have traveled to a known high risk area within the last 14 days, if you are at high risk, or if you are showing any symptoms of the virus.

We appreciate your continuing support and understanding during these unusual times and wish everyone a happy, enjoyable and safe experience while visiting our facility.

Dogs for Adoption

  • Luna Belle

    "LUNA BELLE" is a gorgeous white and brindle American Bulldog who is almost three years old.  She's very sweet, gentle and only comes to us because her previous owner had to move and couldn't take her.


    Video courtesy of Coyote Country KIOD-FM

    Luna Belle the American Bulldog 1

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  • Samson

    Still looking for the perfect home... "SAMSON" is a very handsome and slightly more mature large German Shepherd who came to us with a large group of dogs from folks that had too many. He's very calm and sweet, gets along with any human he meets and although a very large dog who didn't seem to have had much experience on a leash, he's come to walk one very easily. This guy is very intelligent! We've come to learn that he does not do well with cats and would be best in a home where he is the only dog.

    Samson the GSD

    Samson the GSD2