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Pets Out of Time at Spotsylvania Animal Shelter, Fredericksburg, VA
Shelter hours have changed in Response to COVID-19 until further notice: Wednesday-Saturday 12pm-4pm by appointment only. If you are interested in adoption or foster, please call 540-507-7459 or email email@example.com to schedule an appointment. If you have lost or found an animal, please call and leave a message with contact information and we will return your call as soon as possible. We are operated by the Spotsylvania Sheriff Office. We are striving for "No Kill", our mission began September 2013. We house all animals, appropriate, that are collected by Spotsylvania deputies or county/city residents. 2014 Live Release Rate 93%. For more information, feel free to contact us. If you are interested in becoming a foster home, please contact us for more information. Below is the current list of dogs needing homes or rescue. Click on the dogs picture or ID# to see more information and a larger photo. To see more dogs click on 'Next 5' (bottom right).
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar and click on 'Next 5' (bottom right) to see more dogs. In the search engine change the Animal to cat then click on the red Go button to see the list of cats needing homes.See video of the dogs and cats on the Facebook page We are a county facility, we try to find all the animals a loving, lifelong home. Please phone us if you can save a life. Click here for adoption conditions and fees. Donations required
We are in need of: blankets, towels, sheets, dog toys, treats (dog and cat), cat toys, play toys designed for puppies, cat litter. Plug-in air fresheners. Anything you can donate would be greatly appreciated. Click here to see more dogs, cats and rabbits at Spotsylvania Animal Shelter Come Visit Us!
Office: 8am - 4:30pm
Kennel Area and Adoptions: Wednesday-Saturday 12pm-4pm by appointment only.
Sunday - closed Spotsylvania Animal Shelter
450 Tv Drive
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
Phone (540) 507-7459
Fax (540) 891-9705
Facebook page How close are we to you? Click on this link and put your town and state or zip code in the box at the bottom of the page then click on the Get Directions button.
SFC Virginia Fredericksburg, VA.
SFC Virginia is a foster-based animal rescue group in Fredericksburg, VA. Founded in June 2019 with a focus on saving dogs and cats from high-kill shelters in the state, we strive to provide quality medical care including vaccinations and spay/neuter surgeries, and to find permanent adoptive homes in our area. Foster homes are always needed. See more information on the SFC Virginia Facebook page.
Amelia County Animal Shelter
The Amelia Animal Shelter is a county shelter operated Amelia Animal Control under the requirements of the Code of the Virginia. The shelter accepts animals as required under the Code and works to place animals back with their owners, adopt them to new owners, or place them with other non-profit animal welfare agencies that are able to find them new homes. Animals are adopted on a first come first served basis, so always contact the Shelter to check that the animal you are interested in is still available.
Amelia County Animal Shelter
16565 Five Forks Road,
Amelia Court House, VA 23002 Phone: (804) 561-3878
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/AmeliaAnimalShelter
Area map: Location Map of Amelia County Animal Shelter, VA
Galax Carroll Grayson Animal Shelter
200 Fair St
VA 24333 Phone: 276-236-8501
Giles County Animal Shelter
678 Green Hollow Rd,
VA 24134 Phone: 540-921-2053
Greensville County Animal Shelter
255 Falling Run Road,
VA 23847 Phone: 434-632-1681
Goochland County Animal Shelter
1900 Hidden Rock Lane,
VA 23102 Phone: 804-556-5302
Russell County Animal Shelter
458 Haber Dr,
VA 24266 Phone: 276-415-9163
Scott County Animal Shelter
Scott County Animal Shelter will keep a dog for 7-10 days so that the owner can claim it before we can put the dog up for adoption. If you are interested in a particular dog before its available date please phone us on 276-452-1325. Make sure to include your name and phone number so that we can return your call if needed. Messages are checked daily (Monday-Friday). We will not 'hold' a dog in response to a message on Facebook. We log names on a 'first come, first serve basis' and go in order down the list. Once you place a hold on a particular dog, you will have FOUR DAYS once the stray hold ends to adopt the dog before we move along to the next name on our list. We would like a dog to go to a new home or rescue as soon as possible after its 'available' date. Scott County Animal Shelter
186 Single Tree Rd,
VA 24251 Phone: 276-452-1325
Smyth County Animal Shelter
Smyth County Animal Shelter is a small rural facility in the south west of Virginia. If you are unable to keep your dog, please find it a home. Surrendering your dog to Smyth County Animal Shelter will not guarantee it will go to a home for a new life. SCAS is committed to take in stray dogs. If they run out of space, your dog could be euthanized to make room for another stray. Dogs marked as URGENT have little time left to live unless they are adopted or taken by a rescue. DO NOT BLAME SCAS FOR THIS SITUATION - Blame the people that dump their dogs on the street. Smyth County Animal Shelter
287 Fox Valley Rd,
VA 24354 Phone: 276-646-2222
Tazewell County Animal Shelter
Tazewell County Animal Shelter is a small rural facility in the west of Virginia. While Tazewell County Animal Shelter is not yet a no-kill facility, this is a goal we strive to achieve each and every day. We are also fortunate enough to work with some amazing rescue groups and dedicated individuals who help us move animals each and every week. Tazewell County Animal Shelter
736 Camp Joy Road,
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