2021 City Animal Licenses
ARE NOW AVAILABLE FROM THE SHELTER - AS WELL AS CITY HALL ;)
Introducing "F.O.T.A.S" - Our 501(c)3 Partner, Please Click On The F.O.T.A.S Menu Button Above For Further Information.
We Ask That Prospective New Pet Owners Complete A Questionnaire, To Ensure That The Animal That You Choose To Adopt Will Be A Good Fit For Your Household. You Can Complete The Form By Clicking On The Button Below:
Dogs Currently At The Shelter:
These are the dogs currently at our shelter, You can click on the image to enlarge it and read the descriptions. The typical adoption fee for dogs is $99 (unless the dog has a sponsorship) - this fee includes a 5-way vaccination, Rabies shot (if old enough) and Microchip.
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D3“Max” Is a MALE CAIRN TERRIER MIX, Found Running Loose Around The 100 Block Of Prescott St On 1/19. Max Seems Exceptionally Nice – Somebody MUST Be Missing Him!
Available For Adoption 1/26.
D5“Butch” Is a MALE SHEPHERD / HEELER MIX, Found Running Loose On Evergreen Trailer Court On 1/5. Butch Appears To Be Very Nice!
D6“Fester” Is a MALE SCHNAUZER MIX, Found Running Loose On Hamilton Blvd On 1/19. Fester Is Chipped And Attempts Are Being Made To Contact Owner. Seems Super-Sweet & Friendly!
Available For Adoption 1/26.
D7“Olivia” Is a FEMALE CHIHUAHUA MIX, Found Running Loose On The 1200 Block Of Douglas St On 1/15. Olivia Seems Friendly – But Very Scared At The Moment.
Available For Adoption 1/22.
D8“Bruce” Is a MALE HEELER, This Very Nice Dog Was Picked Up On The 1700 Block Of Ingleside On 1/12, We Are Unsure At The Moment If Owner Intends To Reclaim Him. Very Nice Medium Sized Dog!
D9“Pancake” Is a SPAYED FEMALE AMERICAN BULLDOG MIX, Brought To The Shelter On 1/7, After Having Been Found Running Loose. She Has Some Facial Scars – So May Get On Well With Other Dogs. She Seems To Be Extremely Nice!
D31“Candy” Is a FEMALE ROTTWEILER, Picked Up On 1/13, Candy Was Running Loose Around Bacon Creek Park (Not Sure If She Was Dumped There) She Appears To Be A Very Nice Girl, But Extremely Scared Right Now!
D33“Red” Is a MALE STAGHOUND, 6 Years Old. Red Appears To Be A Super-Nice And Friendly Guy!! He Was Surrendered To Us Because He Can’t Run Very Fast – So No Good For Hunting. This Is An Adorable Guy!
These photographs are updated every day (Mon-Fri) - So please be sure to keep checking back with us!
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Maybe you like the look of one of the above dogs, but are unable to adopt him or her for yourself? You can always sponsor a dog - which will make it a lot easier for someone else to adopt. Any amount that you sponsor will be deducted from the adoption fee for that particular dog and you will receive recognition in the dogs description for your generosity! (plus, you get to have a nice, warm fuzzy feeling inside - knowing that you are helping a dog in need) ;)
Dog sponsorships are proving to be extremely successful, with the vast majority of sponsored dogs finding a home quickly! If you are interested in sponsoring, please complete the form below and be sure to enter the kennel number and brief description of the dog in the message subject line. Please enter the recognition or message (that you would like us to add to the description) in the large box at the bottom of the form.
After sending the form to us, please use the Donate button (below) to send your chosen sponsorship amount.
- Thank you, sponsorships really do make the world of difference!
To Sponsor Your Chosen Amount
- Thank You!
"Other" Available Animals:
Please check towards the bottom of the Cats page for other types of animals that we may have here at the moment.
Lost & Found Animals:
These are the animals that owners have reported to us that have gone missing. Please hover your mouse over the image to see the descriptions and contact details and use the < and > at either side of the image to scroll forward and backwards through the list.
If You Have Lost An Animal:
Please write an email to us, giving as much information as possible, include things like animal breed, color, any distinctive markings, where last seen and any other information that you feel would be useful. Please also include a photograph and contact details. You can send your email to this address: