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Animal Shelters in Oklahoma City, OK
1.Okc Animal Shelter
2811 SE 29th St
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I was pleasantly surprised by this great shelter. I'm so glad we decided to adopt from here instead of a stuck-up, non-profit pet "rescue" with three pages of rules and 10 times the adoption fee. Seriously, I almost gave up after browsing PetFinder and seeing all the rules put into place for adoptions from private "rescues" around here. Pet rescues, check and see if this applies to you, because a friend of mine ended up adopting from a puppy mill pet shop even after our lectures against it because of the annoying rules, availability, and high price of the private "rescues" around him.As for the OKC shelter: the prices are reasonable. If the dog is adoptable, this is a no-kill shelter. However, un-adoptable dogs will be euthanized. We were told that dogs in cages with other dogs would be a good choice for multi-dog situations; dogs kept by themselves needed to be "only children." I'm also so glad we adopted an adult dog instead of a puppy - ALREADY HOUSEBROKEN. I can't understand why anybody would adopt a puppy when there are well-trained adult dogs available.Our dog came into the shelter injured, so it's obvious they do put effort into rehabilitation instead of just putting them to sleep if there is a chance for healing and adoption.The staff members were helpful, friendly, and informative.When you go to the adopt, the shelter has some nice play rooms where you can take a dog for somealone time. First we had taken out a male dog to play with, but he was more interested in peeing everywhere. We put him back.Next, against my arguing for "no PIT BULLS," my husband pulled out our girl! The lab mix sharing her cage snuck out and tried to run away. My husband had to grab both of them by their legs, and I was sure he was going to lose his hand to the pit bull, but she just waited patiently. We took this one to the play room. She ignored all the other dogs and smells and just wanted to cuddle up with us. Needless to say she picked us, and I'm thankful she did.She's a very well-built pit bull, and we have had people come up to us and ask to breed her. I wish I could turn them all in for animal abuse. It's obvious that she was used by a background breeder, already because she came into the shelter underweight, injured, and freshly having weaned a litter. She probably made her previous owners a good deal of money from their own private puppy mill. But, she has a real home now, thanks to the great OKC animal shelter. They do a nice job with their website, where they have pictures of many of the available pets. But you really can't tell from a picture. Our girl's picture is so pathetic - she was hiding from the camera, shy and lost. You couldn't even see her face because she was wrapped around the handler's legs, trying to hide and not wanting to be left alone again. To be honest, I remember clicking past her page on their website before we went in, because she had two strikes - pit bull and no good photo. Thank goodness nobody else nabbed her. I pray she lives a long time, and we enjoy every minute with our baby.-------There was a board full of missing dog notes, so if your dog goes through this shelter and you don't get matched up, it's your own fault. You should put a note on the board (or they will do it for you if you call in, but obviously a photo is better) and visit the shelter every couple of days to check. That's just how it works, people. Don't lose your dog and then act like it's their problem. At least they picked it up and kept it from being flattened on Penn or ripped apart by a neighborhood stray.
2.Central Oklahoma Humane Society Adoption Center
7500 N Western Ave
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3.Sooner Golden Retriever Rescue
4.Central Oklahoma Humane Society
730 W Wilshire Blvd
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5.City Town Village Township Government Animal Welfare
7221 NE 36th St
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6.Village Public Works Dept
1701 NW 115th St
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7.Safe Haven Clinic & Pet Lodge
5027 Spencer Rd
WORST EXPERIENCE OF MY LIFE. BROUGHT MY 18 YEAR OLD DOG TO BE EUTHANIZED. CALLED 2 DAYS EARLIER-WAS TOLD I COULD STAY WITH HER UNTIL THE END. THEY GAVE HER THE FIRST SHOT, WE WERE UPSET, OF COURSE, THEN A WOMAN COMES IN TELLS US TO LEAVE. TOLD HER I WAS TOLD WE COULD STAY. SHE SAYS NO, DON'T DO THAT ANYMORE AND THEN TELLS US IF WE DON'T HURRY WE WOULD HAVE TO WAIT 10-15 MORE MINUTES BECAUSE THEY WERE BUSY. I DON'T CARE HOW CHEAP THEY ARE THE STAFF WAS MOST UNCOMPASSIONATE PEOPLE I'VE EVER COME ACROSS. WE HAVE NO IDEA WHAT THEY DID TO OUR DOG WHEN WE WENT OUT. SHE WAS BLEEDING FROM HER NOSE. DID THEY DO SOMETHING TO HER? DID THEY CARE THAT THEY MADE AN ALREADY TRAUMATIC EXPERIENCE EVEN WORSE. I'M SURE THEY DON'T CARE, THEY MADE THAT PAINFULLY CLEAR BY THE WAY WE WERE TREATED. I HAVE WARNED PEOPLE NOT TO GO THERE OR DONATE TO THEM. I AM STILL ANGRY AND I WILL NEVER, NEVER GO THERE AGAIN FOR ANY REASON
8.Blue HAWK (Helping Animals With Kindness) Org.
PO Box 5902
We are a Non-Profit, No-Kill, 501c3 Rescue and Adoption Organization for Homeless, Abandoned, and Abused Animals. We are based in Norman and Slaughterville but have foster homes in many Oklahoma towns. All of our rescued animals are fostered and we operate with volunteers and donations.
9.Pets & People Humane Society
701 Inla St
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A Horror House of Deceit and Cruelty!! Never take pets or strays to this facility! If you have, you will probably find your name on a Do Not Adopt List for animal cruelty!! My landlord does not allow pets. I had a stray cat come to my front door everyday for months. My kids loved and played with him all the time. He was such a loving and adorable cat. Always purring and rubbing and playing with them. One day I went out the door and found him lying on the front porch, all broken and mangled. His back leg and hip was broken. Half of his tail was skinned and dangling. He had been mauled by a large dog. It was raining. He came to us for help. I brought him in and placed him on a warm towel. I asked friends where the nearest shelter was, one that didn't put down animals. I took him to this horrible place. I explained what had happened and that he was a stray. I couldn't keep him and I didn't have any money. They took him. I called back the next day to check on him, and they told me I had been placed on the "Do Not Adopt List", like as if I had done this horrible crime to this lovable cat. The staff are the most inconsiderate and rude people I have ever come across in my whole life. All I did was try to find medical help for this mangled cat. I think they put him down. Do Not take any animals to this facility. And Good Luck trying to adopt one.
10.Edmond Animal Shelter
2424 Old Timbers Dr
11.Mustang Animal Shelter
520 W Sw 59th St
12.City of Edmond
2424 Old Timbers Dr
13.El Reno Animal Shelter
2400 Spur Ln
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