We are the Second Chance Pet Rescue of Grand Lake (AKA Humane Society of Grove and Grand Lake, Inc.), a 501 ( c ) 3 not-for-profit, private animal shelter, established in 1984 and governed by a Board of Directors. We are not affiliated with any national group and we do not receive any city, state or federal government funding.

Our goal is to provide a caring, safe, and loving environment for abused and abandoned dogs and cats in our community. We are a life-saving shelter that houses approximately 80 dogs and 75 cats and are usually at capacity.

The pet overpopulation problem in our community is an ongoing concern. Our low cost spay and neuter clinics are one way we try to address this problem. All of our animals are spayed or neutered shortly after they enter the shelter.

WHO WE ARE

We are located on Highway 10 just two miles east of the stoplight at 3rd and Main in Grove, Oklahoma, on the south side of the road.

Shelter Hours:
Closed Sunday and Monday
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 12-5:00
Saturday 10-3:00
After Hours: By Appointment call 918-786-7630

MAIL DONATIONS TO: P. O. Box 451205 • Grove, OK 74345
Location only do not mail to this address: 64301 East 290 Road • Grove, Oklahoma 74344
To contact us via e-mail:
hsgrove@att.net

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Bo’s family not only abandoned their rental home, they also abandoned Bo inside the home. If not found within several days, Bo would run out of water and died of dehydration. Bo would not have lived long enough to die from starvation.