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Our adoption fee is $70, which includes: rabies vaccine (voucher if too young for vaccine), microchip, standard vaccines, dewormer, first month flea and tick treatment and spay/neuter surgery (voucher if too young for surgery).
Complete the adoption application. We will evaluate your application and call you with a decision. If approved, once you pay the adoption fee, spay/neuter surgery will be scheduled for the next available time with a local veterinarian. We will transport your new family member to the clinic in the morning and clinic staff will call you when your pet is ready to pick up. Our online application is here
First, wash the bite with soap and warm water. Seek medical attention if the bite has broken the skin. Your doctor will be able to help you file a Bite Report. The report will require as much information as possible, including the species of animal that bit, breed, and color of the animal. Additionally, if the owner of the animal is known, their contact information will be required as well.
Contact an Animal Control Officer through police dispatch at 479-751-4542 or the shelter at 479-750-8166. After hours call police dispatch at 479-751-4542 for more information.
The shelter is open to the public Monday through Friday from 11:00 pm to 6:00 pm and Saturday from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. Shelter contact information is 479-750-8166.
The Springdale Shelter is located at 1549 East Don Tyson Parkway in the City of Springdale, three buildings east from the intersection of Old Missouri Rd! Shelter contact information is 479-750-8166.
Shelter volunteers are always welcome and appreciated! Our animals enjoy extra attention. Foster families provide animals the extra guidance they need before finding their forever home. Taking photos and help to get our animals to offsite adoption events are other great opportunities. Shelter contact information is 479-750-8166.
The animal shelter gladly accepts donations and any animal care items are appreciated. We are always in need of food and towels/blankets to make them more comfortable. The animals enjoy treats and toys as well. These can be dropped off during normal business hours. Shelter contact information is 479-750-8166.
The best resources are: the shelter, area neighbors, and your friends on the internet. Check with vet clinics in your area, file a "lost report" with the shelter and visit our Facebook page frequently to look for your missing pet.
Post fliers around the area where your pet went missing and talk with neighbors to see if they may have spotted your pet. Creating a lost pet notice on Craigslist, Facebook, or other social networking avenues may also help find your pet. Shelter contact information is 479-750-8166.
Contact Animal Control through police dispatch 479-751-4542 or the shelter at 479-750-8166. After normal business hours, call police dispatch at 479-751-4542.
Springdale Animal Services will register your animal in our database to help reunite you with your pet as soon as possible should they become lost. A shelter staff member will scan your pet for their chip number and record your contact information in our system.
You can also register your pet over the phone if you have their chip number readily available. Shelter contact information is 479-750-8166.