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Animal Shelters in Charlotte, NC
1.Charlotte Mecklenburg Animal Care and Control, CMPD
8315 Byrum Dr
LOST DOG PLEASE RETURN!! My yorkshire terrior got out from under the fence and was playing in the yard witnesses claim that an african american lady in a black four door SUV picked him up asked around if it belonged to anyone and since she got no answeres she took him w her. Please return him to me !! 7048044257 1709 peachtree rd charlotte nc 28216 This happened Yesterday 12.09.15
2700 Toomey Ave
As a volunteer for the Humane Society of Charlotte. It upsets me that people are so misconceived about where the money goes, and the well being of each and every animal that resides there. Understaffed? Yes, maybe. It is far too expensive for a donation only to pay for a larger staff. That is why there are thousands of volunteers there. We do it out of a passion for animals, not for the money. So what is the reason for more staff, when we offer to do the same for free. There are new animals brought in every week from surrenders, and from animal control. So yes, it gets crowded. But never uncomfortably for the dogs, and a dog is usually gone in a week or so as it is. And again, all the space and kennels cost money. At a no kill shelter things do get expensive, but they are all well fed and cared for. You're 'expensive' $110 fee goes towards any health care, a free spay/neuter, microchipping, shots, and a months worth pet insurance. $110 does not TOUCH the money that they put forth on these animals. Altering alone can cost more than $200, but they do it for you, to ensure responsible pet ownership. And microchipping isn't cheap either, and ensures your new pet will be brought back to you if something happens. I support animal control and what they have to do, however I do not support putting an innocent, friendly, harmless dog down for it's breed. A breed that they may not even be 100% sure of. As a pit owner, I can not look at those innocent faces thrown straight to death row. Humane Society on the other hand goes in takes 6 or 7 of those hopeless dogs and finds them homes, as well as several dogs of other breeds. Lastly, your t shirt comment. They are donated, and WE solely pay for them at the time we begin volunteering. Maybe if you knew your facts, you wouldn't post such untrue things. And the dogs that can not go to homes with small children.. The Humane Society is at liability of anything happening, so if that dog snaps at a random scream, or ear pull, or even just playfully knocks your child down and seriously injures him, they don't want that responsibility. It's a risk, and they have more experience than you do to decide which home is fit. Thank you & reconsider your thoughts.
Amazing response time and customer service. I highly recommend them! We had an emergency with an animal in the attic and they were he ONLY business to answer or even respond after hours. They caught the squirrels and came back 3 times at no charge to clear the trap and inspect the attic again. They are fantastic and we will be switching our pest control service to hem now.
CONSIDER ADOPTING A PURRR FRIEND... Animal adoption is a great way to find an animal companion. We have kittens and adult domestic felines who are in dire need of a permanent residence with loving individuals and families. Currently we do not charge an adoption fee to adopt one of our precious cats and kittens, however all applicants are pre screened, must complete an adoption application, and sign our adoption contract.
6.Michelle Diane's Animal Shelter and Rescue
7.Humane Society of York County
8177 Regent Pkwy Ste 103
8.Cabarrus County Animal Shelter
244 Betsy Carpenter Pl N
9.Cornelius Animal Shelter
19110 Meridian St
10.Pampering for Paws
12419 Kemerton Lane
8715 Whippoorwill Ln
12.Midland Sheriff's Office
30 Corban Ave SE
The Cabarrus County Sheriff Department is a law enforcement agency that strives to maintain a peaceful and safe environment and protects residents lives and properties. The department maintains animal control, records, communication, community policing and crime scene divisions. It operates an emergency management department that responds to several emergency situations and offers fire safety educational services. The Cabarrus County Sheriff Department provides a variety of emergency medical services. The department also maintains jail and patrol divisions. It supports Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.), which is an educational program that helps to prevent the usage of illegal drugs. The department is a part of Cabarrus County in North Carolina.
9815 Sam Furr Rd STE J
14.Recycled Pets I
1825 W Main St
15.Charlotte Cocker Rescue
P. O. Box 1050
Charlotte Cocker Rescue was started in 2001 by Larry and Donna Carpenter after rescuing our cocker Charlie from WV and Sam from Laurel, MD. We were stunned to discover how many homeless cocker spaniels were in the shelters. Thus our rescue began the plight to save homeless shelter cockers in need of rescue. We are in desperate need for volunteers, foster homes, and monetary donations to help us with the enormous vet bills and ongoing expenses of rescue. Our rescue vet is Cabarrus Animal Hospital to whom we have been a loyal client since 1991. They have the best vets on duty there. They have done wonderful vet care for our own animals and rescue kids for many years. All funds raised via our efforts is 100% used strictly for the animals. Our rescue like most private rescue groups is self funded by my husband and me with very little public support. If you would like to help please read the information below or contact us at our web site for information on our rescue, adoptable dogs, volunteer and foster information.
16.Chapman's Dachshund Rescue
1200 Chambers Rd
17.Four Paws Up Peace of Mind Dog Training, LLC
206 College St., #1329
Four Paws Up Dog Training is a positive method, force free dog training organization that offers in-home sessions that are customized to your dog(s) and family. Four Paws Up Dog Training has been in the South Charlotte/Pineville/Ballantyne area since 2009, and we have more than 10 years' experience in dog training. We specialize in terriers, rescued, re-homed, and shelter adopted dogs. We are the only certified dog trainer in Pineville, NC who uses only force-free training methods. Contact us today. We're "giving you the peace of mind of a well mannered dog."
36 Union St S
19.Humane Society of Concord
2010 Wilshire Ct
20.Cabarrus Pets Society
207 S Main St
21.Animal Supply House
1025 Anderson Rd N
I buy canned food for my dog here and they carry the full selection of Merrick's. (That food smells and looks so good I could probably eat it). They folks here are helpful and friendly. The store is even pet friendly. I will continue to shop here.
22.A All Animal Control
2020 White Cedar Ln
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