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2489 Albany Post Road | Walden, NY 12586 | 845-778-5115
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Welcome to the Humane Society of Walden!

We have many wonderful dogs and cats of all breeds, ages and sizes. Please visit us and meet the perfect pet companion for you and your family.

We are open every day from 12-4. April through September we offer extended hours on Friday and Saturdays until 6pm. Call 845-778-5115 to inquire about any animal you have seen on our web site, on or, or our adoption center at Middletown Petsmart.

Please note that it takes up to an hour for the adoption process. Adoption fee includes up-to-date routine vaccinations and spay/neutering. Vet references are required for existing pet owners. Read More »

Proud Supporter of Pets for Patroits
Proud Supporter of Pets for Patroits

Since 1974, the staff and volunteers of the Humane Society of Walden have provided quality care for many companion pets while they wait for their forever homes.

The Humane Society of Walden is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping stray and abandoned cats and dogs. Our animal shelter serves the communities of Montgomery, Walden, Maybrook, Gardiner and Towns of Hamptonburgh, Wawarsing and Shawangunk, but will not turn away pets from across the country in need.

We are a no kill shelter, humanely euthanizing only those animals who are seriously ill or injured, or, who have demonstrated they are vicious and dangerous to others. Read More »

Our Board of Directors meets on the 3rd Wednesday of the month, at 7:00 pm. Meetings are held at the Walden Savings Bank at Scotts Corners. Read More »

Please notify the shelter at 845-778-5115 and call or visit every few days. Check our Facebook page as well, we try to post pictures of all dogs and cats brought in by animal control. Read More »

Trap Neuter Return (TNR)

Trap-Neuter-Return, commonly known as TNR, is a method for humanely and effectively managing feral cat colonies and reducing feral cat popul...

In 1999, a Rottweiler named Brutus was brought in to the shelter with very bad dysplasia at the age of 1 year. Through all the tests, his disposition remained sweet & lovable. The local newspaper did a story because the shelter could not afford to treat him, yet didn't have the heart to put him to sleep.

Thanks to that newspaper, the response from people was overwhelming and the Brutus Fund was formed. The fund has been used for all adoptable animals with various medical problems. Now, due to a large amount of animals needing medical care, the Brutus Fund is in trouble. We are treating 3 dogs with heart-worms and 1 with Lyme's disease, older cats who require dental care and kittens who need immune boosting treatment.

We desperately need donations to The Brutus Fund in order to continue the treatment of animals that others can no longer care for. Donations of any size are gratefully accepted.

Donate by credit card $

Or mail your contribution to:

Humane Society of Walden
The Brutus Fund
PO Box 135
Walden, NY 12586

Serving the Hudson Valley: Walden, Montgomery, Crawford, Maybrook, Gardiner, Pine Bush, Hamptonburgh, Ellenville, Mamakating, Kerhonkson, and Town of Shawangunk, Orange County, New York