Animal Control Building
543 Michigan Avenue (US-31)
Beulah, MI 49617
The Animal Welfare League of Benzie County is a non-profit organization incorporated under Michigan Law in 1977. The activities of the League are supervised by 4 officers and a 6-member Board of Directors and are implemented entirely by volunteers. Funding is provided by membership fees, donations, memorials, canisters placed with local businesses, and yearly raffle, etc.
All meetings of the Animal Welfare League of Benzie County are held April through October. Please call the shelter at 231-882-9505 for times and dates.
NEUTER-SPAY: Overpopulation in terms of the sheer volume of suffering it causes, is one of the most serious issues in the field of animal protection. To help curb the birth of unwanted puppies and kittens in Benzie County we offer a coupon towards neuter spay costs for all pets adopted from the Benzie County Animal Shelter.
EMERGENCY MEDICAL: To animals found sick or injured, the League provides emergency medical treatment until the owner can be located. Whenever possible, unclaimed animals are restored to health and offered for adoption.
For the future is ambitious, but attainable — a loving home for every animal in Benzie County! You can become part of this effort to help and speak for animals by completing the Membership Application and returning it with your remittance. Together we can continue to make "Benzie" the County with a heart for animals.