The Kansas Humane Society is closed Monday, March 7th for training. Please visit us on Tuesday during regular hours From 11 am to 6:30 am. Thank you to our amazing volunteers for giving the animals extra walks, cuddles and love while the staff take time to further their training.

Petfinder Foundation Emergency Medical Care Grant for Man Man

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KHS has received a $1,000 grant to cover expenses of medical care for Man Man, the 9 year-old paralyzed Dachshund. THANK YOU!

"Thank you to the Petfinder Foundation for the emergency medical grant providing much needed care for Man Man" -Mark Eby, President/CEO.

Man Man's Story


Man Man is a 9 year old Dachshund who came to us with a ruptured disc in his back that unfortunately left his back legs paralyzed. But since coming to the shelter, the KHS community has really come together to help this little dog. One of our volunteers took the time to take the photos, our staff helped to upgrade his wheelchair, two different foster families stepped up to bring him into their home and take him to his vet appointments, and the staff at Countryside Pet Clinic have been helping him to get back on his feet with a number of therapies. He underwent both laser and water therapy, where he swam and walked on an underwater treadmill. Both of those treatments have helped him significantly. Man Man is now happy and healthy in his forever home, and we couldn't have done it without all the community support.

Thank you to:

Petfinder Foundation - Thank you for the emergency medical care grant supporting the cost of Man Man's care. Countryside Pet Clinic - Thank you for the hours of therapy and expertise provided for Man Man - Watch a video of Man Man's rehab! Susie's Senior Dogs - Check out their Facebook post that helped Man Man gain some popularity!

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UPDATE 2/8/2016: Watch a clip of the Puppy Bowl 2016

All puppies and adults have been adopted! Thank you to everyone on social media too!! Your tweets and shares about this story helped these puppies and adults go from a unfortunate beginnings to new homes where they'll be loved and cared for. We spoke with many new adopters and supporters who came to advocate for the bully breeds and to save a life. We can't say it enough, thank you!

Here is video of their story.

UPDATE 2/5/2016: It was a great match-up and everyone was a winner! All puppies have multiple holds and all but one of the adult dogs are on hold too.

KHS Puppy Bowl 2016

Watch the game LIVE on Kansas Humane Society Kitty Cam

2016 KHS Puppy Bowl kicks off at 2:00 pm Friday, February 5, 2016

Join us here and on social media for the pregame show throughout the day to meet the players.

Interested in adopting one of these five All-Stars?
Come to the Kansas Humane Society at 3313 N. Hillside, Wichita KS. Doors open at 11:00 am. Due to the background of these puppies, we are requiring holds are placed IN-PERSON ONLY on a first come, first served basis. We will not accept any holds for these puppies over the phone. The hold fee is $30 which will be applied to the standard puppy adoption fee of $200. The adoption fee includes their spay or neuter surgery, microchip, physical exam, bordatella vaccination, fecal evaluation, DA2PP vaccination(s), dewormer, one frontline treatment, one Heartgaurd treatment, nail trim, Gift of 30-day Pet Health Insurance Coverage, and a transition bag of premium Hill's Science Diet dog food.

Interested in an older and wiser adult pit bull?
Watch our website at to see all our available dogs. As soon as the adult pitties have had their assessments, surgeries, vaccinations and such they will be available on our website. Please call us at 316-524-9196 with questions.


This year the Kansas Humane Society reached a new milestone. For the first time in our history, we've saved more than 10,000 lives. The increase in adoptions has also boosted our save rate to the highest we've ever had: 83%. Of the 12,519 adoptable animals that KHS cared for in 2015, 10,344 exited our doors. Thank You! While there is not just one single reason for the increase in adoptions, several programs have consistently helped to save animal lives; Last year KHS doubled the number of animals sent to local rescues, and more than 1,700 animals were placed in foster homes until they could be adopted. The shelter’s annual Woofstock event was also more successful than ever and brought in more than $240,000 to help the animals in KHS’s care. And KHS’s dedicated volunteers donated 81,531 hours of their time to KHS. In addition to finding placement for 10,344 animals, the Kansas Humane Society also helped thousands more pets through donor subsidized spay and neuter surgeries and brought closure to families through their end of life services. In all, the organization provided care and services for 16,211 animals in 2015. Everyone at the Kansas Humane Society would like to thank all of our supporters for helping us reach this amazing milestone and continuing to help us carry out our mission to save animal lives and serve as a resource for both pets and people in our community.

Shelter Stats: Visit our Statistics website to see more

  • 16,221 animals were provided care and services
  • 8,960 spay/neuter surgeries were completed
  • 10,344 animals saved
  • 85,000 kennels were cleaned
  • 81,531 hours donated by volunteers
  • 1,795 animals went to foster care
  • 562 dogs graduated from Canine Courage
  • At KHS, an animal is adopted every 17 minutes

We are closed today for an all staff training day. If you know the KHS staff member you are trying to reach please leave a message and they will get back with you as soon as they can. Otherwise please call or visit us tomorrow February 2nd from 11 am - 6:30 pm. In the meantime, view all adoptable animals on our website, make a donation or find out more about getting involved to help the animals at

Pets Adopted

from the Kansas
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Since January 1, 2017