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Every companion animal deserves a loving home.  At  Animal Care and Control (ACC), all adoptable animals receive a health evaluation, (including a heartworm test for dogs and FIV/FELV test for cats,) a microchip, vaccinations and spay or neuter surgery.

An adoption screening process in in place to determine whether or not a potential adopter will provide a lasting, loving home. ACC is eager to help everyone make a match with just the right pet to suit their family.

Adoption Hours and Fees


Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday &  Friday - 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm & 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

Saturday and Sunday - 12:00 pm to 3:00 pm and 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm

(*No Adoption services, everyday between the hours of 3:00 pm to 4:00 pm)

Applications for Adoptions are not given out after 6 pm  

The shelter will remain open for viewing until 7pm

To view available animals that are available for adoption, please click here: CACC adoptable pets  or

Adopted Dog at Shelter


Whether the love of your life is a pure breed or an all-American mix, the price is the same at Animal Care and Control.

Dogs and Puppies:  $65.00

Fee includes spay or neuter, City license, Rabies inoculation*, booster for Distemper, Leptospirosis, Parainfluenza, Parvo-virus, Heartworm test (DHLPP), Microchip.         

*Puppies who are too young will not receive rabies protection, which is required for the City License.*

Cats and Kittens - $65.00

Fee includes spay or neuter, Rabies inoculation*, booster for Feline Distemper, Pneumoitis, Rhinotracheitis, Calici (FVRCP), Feline Leukemia test, Microchip.

*Kittens who are too young will not receive rabies protection.*

Be ready to Adopt:

Bring a photo ID.  If you rent, bring your lease saying that you can have a dog or your landlord's phone number.  If you have had a dog in the last five years, bringing vet records may help. 

Microchip:  A microchip is the latest high-tech micro identification technology which enables veterinarians, animal hospitals and shelters across the nation to provide your pet with a lifetime of protection.  If your pet should ever be stolen, the microchip will identify your pet.

 For Tips & Advice for Adopting and Caring for Cats click below.

Tips & Advice on Caring for Cats

Be on the look out for a Dog Adoption Guide coming soon!


Adopting a pet is an important commitment for the rest of your pet's life.  Please consider this decision carefully.

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