Albany, New York - Pet Adoption

Albany Humane Society has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Albany, GA.
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Wal-MartK-9 Homefinders & Rescue, Inc. is a no-kill, 501-C3 non-profit, organization that was started, here in Albany. OR. in 1980, so we have been rescuing dogs for 30 years. For most of that time we were the only dog pound rescue that was saving the dogs out of the Linn County Dog Control. We would run the ad in the newspaper so people would know to check the pound for their dogs before they were killed. There was no Internet, so placement was allot harder. A large number of dogs were being euthanized. We would take a large amount of the dogs that were due to be euthanized that day, and some we saved when they were walking into the room where they put them down. We paid their fees, to get them out, give them their shots, spay/neuters, and any medical care needed. We are still available for kill-shelter rescue, for adoptable dogs, as space and funds allow. At this current time, we are transporting dogs from overcrowed high-kill shelters in other states that are in danger of being euthanized. (We very much need, and do accept donations, see below for some ways to help). We are also on call if needed when a dog is injured after hours with no owner. We help owners that can't keep their pets, find loving homes for them, by advertising, and taking applications to fine the best homes for them. We are an all volunteer group, solely run by your greatly needed donations. All funds go to help the animals. We are an all volunteer organization, with NO paid employees. We do it for the love of animals.
Albany Animal Shelter has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Albany, MO.
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One of the top reasons families relinquish their dogs to a shelter is due to behavior issues. The New Albany Floyd County Animal Control and Shelter recognizes this and is now offering affordable dog training classes for our adopters. This 8 week course includes basic obedience and an introduction to agility obstacles. Classes will be held on Sunday evening for 8 weeks from 6:00pm to 7:00pm at Hillside in Floyds Knobs, IN! The classes are $20.00 if you have adopted your pet from the NAFC Animal Control and Shelter. If the dog was not adopted from our shelter, the fee is $65. Albany, Louisiana - Pet Adoption
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New Albany Floyd County Animal Control and Shelter was established by an inter-local agreement between the City of New Albany, Indiana and Floyd County, Indiana Governments. Its mission is to provide services which safeguard public health and safety, educate its citizens on responsible pet ownership, protect our community’s animals from cruelty and neglect, and to humanely house, care for and provide placement or humane resolution for the animals in its care. In addition, we work closely with local non-profits and community organizations to reduce pet overpopulation and provide humane education programs to our community.We at the New Albany Floyd County Animal Control & Shelter are committed to PLACING EVERY ADOPTABLE CREATURE ENCOUNTERED. Once an animal has met our criteria for adoptability, we will use all of our resources to facilitate their adoption , and maintain their health and behavior until placement in a forever home.One of the top reasons families relinquish their dogs to a shelter is due to behavior issues. The New Albany Floyd County Animal Control and Shelter recognizes this and is now offering affordable dog training classes to the public. These classes will now include one evening without your pet for a Pet First Aid Class. This class is taught by Sara Beavin a certified Pet First Aid Trainer with the American Red Cross. The class will give you basic pet First Aid you can do at home for your animal and a basic pet First Aid Kit that you can put together. Classes will be held every Sunday evening for 7 weeks from 6:30pm to 7:30pm and 7:30 to 8:30. Classes are limited to the first 10 paid applicants and begin with a people only class. The classes are $60.00 for the general public. BUT! If you have adopted your pet from the NAFC Animal Control and Shelter the cost for classes is only $20.00!