The Humane Society of Chilton County is a non-profit organization whose Board of Directors is elected by the public. Operating hours are planned in order to ensure that all animals are adequately and compassionately cared for, as well as providing enough and ample public access.
You should consider adopting your new furry family member from the Humane Society of Chilton County. They have many great animals to choose from and have very low cost adoption rates.
Adoption costs are as follows:
Puppies & Adult Dogs – $125
Dogs 6 years old and over – $75
Cats up to 6 months old – $75
Cats 7 months old and over – $50
Adoption includes spay or neuter, rabies shot, microchip, up to date on normal shots, bordetella shot, flea treament, and deworming.
Adopting with HSCC also includes a free vet visit with a Chilton County vet within 3 days of adoption. Additionally, when you adopt from the shelter, you also qualify for 30 days of free pet health insurance with 24 Pet Watch.
Address: 139 Shade Tree Drive, Clanton, AL 35045
Phone: (205) 755-9170
Email: [email protected]
Monday, Wednesday, Friday - 11am to 3pm
*No intakes after 2pm
The shelter is also open to the public on the first and third Saturdays of the month from 11am to 2pm – Adoptions only on Saturdays.
They are closed on Tuesday, Thursday and Sunday.
If you adopt a pet and need dog training services, contact Alpha Instincts today!
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