Current pricing is effective November 1st, 2017. Prices are subject to change without notice.
- $25.00/night for one dog per run
- multiple dogs sharing one run: $25.00-1st dog/ $20.00-2nd dog/ $15.00-3rd dog
$5.00 extra for each 15 minute period of exercise in the fenced play yard, one-to-one with a staff member. We can accommodate multiple exercise breaks per day.
Reservations and Cancellations:
- A credit card number will be required.
- Call (804) 798-8248 to make your reservation.
- We have a 24 hour cancellation notice policy. There is a $25.00 fee for inadequate notice of cancellation and for no-show customers
Guests may be picked up during posted business hours. Guests picked up prior to 1:00 PM are not charged for their final day’s stay.
Hours of operation:
|Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday:||8:00 AM to 1:00 PM and 2:00 PM to 6:00 PM (closed from 1-2 PM)|
|Saturday:||8:00AM to 12:00 Noon|
|Sunday:||5:00 PM to 6:00 PM (pick-ups only)|
|Wednesday:||Closed to the public|
To ensure the safety and comfort of all our canine customers, the following are required
Proof of Vaccinations:
- Bordetella (for canine cough)
- DHLPP (distemper. hepatitis, leptospirosis, parainfluenza and parvovirus)
Emergency Phone Numbers:
- We require a means to contact you should an emergency situation arise.
Bedding and Toys:
Bring familiar bedding and toys from home that will help your dog adjust to the new kennel environment. All bedding shold fit into a standard washing machine.
Even small change in diet can cause gastrointestinal upset. To ensure that you bring an adequate supply of food from home, we request that owners put each feeding in a separate baggie + baggie/baggies for 1 extra day. There will be an additional charge of $2.00/day per dog for food if we have to provide it.
Bring all prescription medications in their original bottles. We will administer according to your Veterinarians instructions at no extra charge.
We require advance notice for elderly or special needs dogs that need extra assistance or medical attention. Extra charges may apply based on the level of the care required. We do not board diabetic dogs that require insulin injections, or administer fluids to boarding dogs.
Meet Brody! He recently completed a Tae Kwon Do service project at Master Cho’s. Brody solicited donations at the Ashland Walmart on a Saturday and Sunday and gathered items that could be used to take care of the adoptable animals. He’s shown here with about half of his donations! In addition, Brody amassed over $400 in donations that he turned into gift cards for Petco and Walmart so that animal supplies could be purchased. Not shown in the digital are about 12 very large bags of dog food, over 20 bottles of Dawn Dish-washing Liquid, and over 20 containers of Peanut...read more
Chip recently visited with Mrs. McAulay’s kindergarten class at All Saints Catholic School. The children learned about Hanover Humane and were able to meet Chip, who was born into Hanover Humane’s Adoption Program in 2008. The children are learning about responsible pet ownership and have been working on fundraising efforts to help Hanover Humane’s adoptable...read more
Chip visited Pearson’s Corner Elementary School’s PTA meeting on January 23, 2017 for the All Panthers Read Book Reveal. Over the next few weeks, the entire school will be reading Dewey: The Small-Town Cat Who Touched the World by Vicki Myron and Brett Witter. The attendees provided Hanover Humane with many, many donations of puppy food, dog food, kitten food, cat food, and other supplies. All the donations will be used to take care of the animals in Hanover Humane’s adoption...read more
Recently, the students at Elmont Elementary raised money to donate to the Hanover Humane. The students read a school-wide book called The World According to Humphrey as part of the “One School, One Book Program.” As part of this project, students wanted to raise money for Humphrey the hamster’s friends at Hanover Humane. The school goal was to raise $100 and, if it was reached, Elmont’s Vice Principal would kiss Humphrey the Hamster. Well, the students raised $390.32, and Ms. Sanders kissed Humphrey the Hamster! Hanover Humane thanks the students and faculty at Elmont Elementary for this wonderful...read more
Chip visited with Ms. Miller’s class at Mechanicsville Elementary, met the children, and talked with the students about the Hanover Humane Society. The class presented Chip with their class project: blankets that could be used for small dogs, cats, or kittens.read more
The Hanover Humane Society has partnered with Kroger on a fundraiser with Kroger’s Community Rewards Program. Participation in the on-going fundraiser is easy! If you don’t already have one, simply go to your local Kroger store and secure a Kroger Rewards card. Then, go online to https://www.kroger.com/communityrewards to register for the program and list Hanover Humane as your organization. Hanover Humane’s Organization Number is 8 0 1 9 6. Kroger will periodically donate money back to Hanover Humane based on purchases tied to registered cards. Tell your friends, family, colleagues, etc. as it’s an easy way to help a great cause and save on all your purchases at Kroger! The Hanover Humane Society is a 501( c) 3 non-profit entity located in Ashland, Virginia. The Hanover Humane Society provides animal adoption, education, and prevention services for residents in Hanover County, Virginia and the surrounding...read more
On July 23, the Hanover Women’s Golf Association 9 Hole League sponsored its Sixth Annual Doggie Days Tournament to benefit the Hanover Humane Society. The event featured 28 players playing in a 9 hole scramble. To emphasize the pet theme, each hole featured pictures of players’ pets: dogs, cats, birds. The Air Force Eagle even sponsored one hole in hopes that someone would score an eagle! Tournament Chair, Suzanne Harman, worked with John Ellis, Golf Pro at Hanover Country Club, to promote and produce the event. Proceeds yielded $1,240 in donations for the Hanover Humane Society. Many thanks go to Fin & Feather in Ashland for sponsoring a hole and providing two prizes; to the new Sugar Fix Bakery in Ashland for donating a gift certificate, and to James River Cellars Winery for donating wine for prizes. The winning team of Lanny Turnage, Jennifer McAdoo and Carole Johnson received gift certificates from Homemades by Suzanne! The Hanover Humane Society is a private 501(c)3 non-profit. All funding for the organization is derived from private fundraising and development initiatives. The Hanover Humane Society does not receive any public funding. Hanover Humane’s mission is to support animal welfare through its adoption, education and prevention...read more
On July 21, 2015, Chip, a former Hanover Humane Society pup, visited with the young Campers at the Martial Arts World in the Ashland-Hanover Shopping Center. During the visit, the Camp attendees heard Chip’s story of how he and his family made their way to Hanover Humane. They also learned about the Hanover Humane Society’s animal adoption, education, and prevention programs as well as the many activities that the organization undertakes in the Richmond, Virginia metropolitan area. After a brief presentation, the young Campers were able to handle Chip and feed him his favorite treats: carob chips and cheerios! To show their appreciation for the visit, the young Campers presented Chip with various donations for the animals in Hanover Humane’s Adoption Program. The Hanover Humane Society is a 501( c) 3 non-profit entity located at 12190 Washington Highway in Ashland, Virginia. The Hanover Humane Society provides animal adoption, education, and prevention services for residents in Hanover County, Virginia and the surrounding...read more