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The HSCI always has a variety of dogs looking for their forever home: big, small, mixed breed, purebred. Our pets are vetted and handled regularly by staff and volunteers so they are healthy and socialized! Pet bios are subject to change. We update this often as new dogs come in and others go home. Adoption application process details are included on our Adoption Information .


Animal adoption

Visit Facebook to view adoptable animals. The Animal Control Center often has animals eligible for adoption. Adoption hours are from a. Mondays, Wednesday, Thursdays and Fridays, Tuesdays a. Please call the Animal Control Center at to learn what animals are currently available.

Closed to the public Sundays and Holidays. View adoptable animals! Animal Control Center collects deposits toward the services of adoption, which include:. Information on additional animal shelters in the area is available. View a listing of McLean County veterinarians.

Welcoming a new furry family member into your home is a rewarding, but large responsibility. Before adopting a pet, consider your current and future lifestyle and consider your answers to these questions:. Adoption story submitted b y Gina R. My son wanted the puppy, but the chemistry just wasn't there. Alex decided to look at the other dogs you had available for adoption. In the last kennel he stopped and stared into the eyes of a pit mix who was about 2 years old.

Adoption story submitted by Kim A. March 25, Bella stole our hearts at the first meeting! She truly is a sweetheart—very snuggly and playful. Bella has thrived with regular daily walks, play time, and lots of chew toys. She loves to help out where she can, and her favorite job is bringing in the morning newspaper. The joy she brings to our home is immeasurable! We wish to give a big thank you to the staff at MCAC for helping us bring the pitter patter of puppy paws back into our home.

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I left work early to meet her. She was extremely shy when we first met, so I sat on the floor to let her approach me when she felt comfortable. It did not take long before she crawled onto my lap and snuggled into my sweater for warmth.

Well, that is all it took! She adapted quickly to life in a loving home. Everyone in the neighborhood knew Teddie, because she and I walked several times a day. Good weather brought all of the neighborhood children outside, and most days the children accompanied us on our walks. Someone actually thought I ran a day care center, because of the of children walking with us. She was one very popular girl no matter where we went.

Saving pets in bloomington-normal, one paw at a time.

People were drawn to her sweet angelic face and gentle nature. I am so thankful for the 10 wonderful years she and I shared together.

There are wonderful, loving, older dogs and cats that, through no fault of their own, are left at the Center. Please give them a chance to live the remainder of their lives in homes filled with love and companionship! Pictured is Teddie Marie about a week before she passed away. Photo submitted by Linda R. Have you adopted an animal from the Animal Control Center?

Local animal shelters/rescues

Tell us your adoption story by. Return to the Animal Control Home. Adopters must be: At least 18 years or older Have photo identification with current address Be in compliance with local animal ordinances in regards to of pets within a household Own permanent property or show proof of permission from landlord to allow for pets. Currently owned cats and dogs must be vaccinated for rabies and registered within the county they reside in.

Bloomington-normal animal shelters: adopt a dog, cat or small animal

Pay applicable adoption fees View adoptable animals! Responsibility of Adoption Welcoming a new furry family member into your home is a rewarding, but large responsibility. Before adopting a pet, consider your current and future lifestyle and consider your answers to these questions: Do you already have any pets? How would they react to a new furry friend?

Do you currently or do you plan on adding any children into your family? Do you have enough money in your budget to pay for scheduled and unscheduled vet visits? Does my current residence allow pets? If so, are there any size restrictions?

Does your schedule allow you to spend enough time with your pet? What age of animal is best for you? Do you have the patience to train a puppy or is an older animal better for you? Who will care for the pet when you are away?

Adoption Stories Adoption story submitted b y Gina R. Photo submitted by Gina R. March 25, "My husband and I were talking about getting a puppy over the past few months to replace the void left with the loss of our dog several years ago. Photo submitted by Kim A. Adoption story submitted by Linda R. Arrow Left Arrow Right.

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Find the perfect dog, cat, or small animal for your family at one of these local shelters.