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Animal Shelters in North Adams, MA
1.North Adams Animal Shelter
1040 Reservoir Rd
Animal SheltersAnimal Shows & Organizations
Go where i did. You would be happy. My son is also looking for a dog for himselt and his two children. Please help.
2.North Adams Animal Shelter
11 Summer St
3.Safe Haven Farm
630 Outlook Ave.
Animal SheltersWildlife RefugeAnimal Removal ServicesFarms
Safe Haven Farm is a non-profit wildlife rehabilitation center in Cheshire, MA. Or journey is fueled by our life long love and compassion for ALL animals, no matter the size. We are here to safely rehabilitate sick or injured animals and when ready properly release them into there natural habitat.
4.Eleanor Soncini Animal Shelter
63 Downing Pkwy
5.Eleanor Sonsini Animal Shelter
63 Downing Industrial Park
Animal SheltersAnimal Shows & Organizations
6.Collie Rescue League-New Engl
862 Fowler Rd
7.Animal Dreams Inc
441 North St
I just called their business today asking about cat adoptions. She explained to me that the cats were 150 or 200 for a pair. When I told her that was out of my price range she rudely tried to push on me that they are spayed, given shots, etc. I calmly explained to her that it was still out of my price range and that all my animals have Banfield Wellness Plans that make spaying/neutering pets much more managable for everyday people. She raised her voice and told me that if I want a free kitten she doesn't care. I don't want a free kitten that's not properly taken care of, I just can't afford 150 to 200 for a cat right now. Towards the end when I hung up on her she was pretty much yelling at me to go get a free kitten then. How rude. I want to adopt, but at a price more affordable for me.
8.Berkshire Humane Society
214 Barker Rd
Animal SheltersHumane SocietiesPet TrainingDog Training
BHS was founded in 1992 when a small group of concerned animal lovers determined to ensure that the care of the area's homeless pets would continue uninterrupted after the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals ( MSPCA ) closed its Berkshire County operation. The MSPCA helped the group through an 18-month transition period. Today, BHS is an independent organization with no ties to or support from the MSPCA or any other animal support group. The dogs, cats, rabbits and other small animals that reside at BHS while awaiting their forever homes live and play in a spacious, light-filled state-of-the art building that was opened to the public in July 2003. Dogs are housed in privacy suites or a glass-enclosed kennel that does not open to the outside. Instead, staff members or volunteers walk each dog on the spacious shelter grounds at least three times every day. Cats luxuriate either in their own condoin a U-shaped cat mall or in a large feature room complete with ladders, tree houses, and toys. The shelter can accommodate up to 30 dogs and 70 cats. In the 16 years that BHS has been open, over 13, 000 homeless pets have been placed in permanent homes. In 2007 over 1, 300 animals were either surrendered to the shelter by their owners or brought to the shelter by animal control officers or concerned citizens. All of the adoptable dogs and 97 percent of the adoptable cats were placed in forever homes. Before leaving BHS with their adoptive families, all dogs, cats, and rabbits are spayed or neutered through a cooperative program with area veterinarians. In addition, the dogs and cats are microchipped, and vaccinated.
9.Second Chance Animal Center Administration
6779 Vt Route 7A
Animal SheltersHumane Societies
10.Mohawk & Hudson River Humane
3 Oakland Ave
Animal SheltersHumane SocietiesCharitiesAnimal Removal Services
This place rocks!, except the " killing pets" part. Otherwise, it's awesome!!
11.Contain-A-Pet of Albany
15 Chester Dr
12.Happy Tails Pet Sitting Service
Po Box 532
Animal SheltersDog Day CareKennelsPet Boarding & Kennels
13.Regan Pest Services
311 Peck Rd
Pest Control ServicesAnimal SheltersAnimal Removal ServicesTermite Control
14.City of Cohoes
97 Mohawk St
City, Village & Township GovernmentGovernment OfficesAnimal SheltersFire Departments
The Fire Department offers a range of emergency management and medical services. The department is operated by the government of the City of Cohoes in New York, which works for the welfare of the general public. The Fire Department responds to more than 3,000 calls annually. It administers a variety of fire prevention and education programs. The department also distributes various fire safety materials. The Fire Department has received the Fire Safe City Award from the Residential Fire Safety Institute. In addition, the department provides online homeland security disaster tips. The City of Cohoes in New York administers community development, police and public works departments.
265 Schuurman Rd
Castleton On Hudson,NY
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