​​Brown County Humane Society

​Please call 937-378-3457 for more information

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After numerous complaints from concerned citizens, officers from the Brown County Humane Society rescued two horses from owners that could not provide proper care. Both horses came to BCHS terribly emaciated. They were very dehydrated and in desperate need of nutrition, vet and farrier care. Both horses are on a road to recovery and once recovered will be available for adoption.

Bernie whose registered name is Burn One Turn One is a 13yr Thoroughbred. He was a successful race horse. Making over $200,000 on the track. Bernie has the best temperament and is just so grateful for the care and love provided by his fosters.

Precious is an 8 yr old Quarter horse mare. She has a beautiful head and is fine boned. Precious loves children. She was said to have been shown in 4-H, ridden in parades and trail rides. Precious is also enjoying the good care and attention from her fosters.

The proper care of horses can be quite expensive especially in the case of neglected, emaciated horses as Bernie and Precious are.  Any donations would greatly be appreciated. Donations can be made through PayPal, or mailed to the humane society.

You can also make donations to the following:
Carney’s Feed Mill -513-625-7755
Bethel Feed and Supply 513-734-2246

Please note that the donation is for the horses.


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August 9th 7:00 PM

Monthly Membership Meeting

Georgetown Animal Hospital has been servicing our community for 61 years and in 2015 were sponsors of the BCHS Dinner and Silent Auction.  Dr. Chalker and Dr. Gish, along with their staff are now helping us with the BCHS Cat Program as well.  BCHS thanks Georgetown Animal Hospital for their ongoing support!