The Culpeper County Humane Society operates from an office in the Town of Culpeper. Volunteers work tirelessly at finding homes for dogs and cats, promoting humane education and raising funds to underwrite the enormous costs of having each and every adult animal spayed or neutered prior to adoption. The Humane Society also tries to provide food, medical care and foster care to homeless and abandoned animals in Culpeper County.
- Christina Dwyer reviewed 1 year ago
- last edited 1 year ago
Unfortunately, we had a terrible experience adopting through Culpeper Humane Society. Diana Phillips told us Aramis was crate trained and reliably housebroken. He is a puppy, so accidents were of course to be expected. To our surprise, Aramis did not seem to be either crate or house trained and peed everywhere in the house, even after long walks, and howled if ever put in a crate. We decided it was better to return him so that he could receive proper training before adoption. Diana has since blamed me and accused me of mistreating the dog, and the President was just as bad. Aramis is back up for adoption days later, so I don’t believe any new training has been given. Buyer beware with these folks. I hope the best for all the pups, but would recommend you look at other shelters.
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