Hour of operations are Mon,Tue,Thur, and Fri 10:00 to 4:00 Sat 10:00 to 2:00
Leash Law: The term "leash law" in Alabama is a slang term for : Alabama Code Section 3-1-5, Permitting dogs to run at large which basically states that your dog must be in your control at ALL times. You are responsible for the destruction or injury that is caused by your dog if it is not in your control.
Rabies Laws: Alabama law states that all dogs and cats must receive annual rabies vaccinations starting at the age of 3 months. The dog or cat must wear a current rabies tag on a collar at ALL times.
Spay and Neuter : Some pet owners are not aware of the advantages of spaying or neutering their pet. In addition to the obvious advantage of preventing unwanted pregnancies, there are health and behavioral benefits including the following:
Please help control pet overpopulation...Have your pets spayed or neutered today!
Donations may be dropped off at or mailed to the following locations:
Everyone must put in an application, no exceptions.. It may take up to seven days for your application to be processed. Once you are approved or denied a staff member will contact you. We Do Not charge an adoption fee, however if your approved the following will apply:
If you are approved you will then call a vet of your choice within Calhoun County and make an appointment for a spay or neuter and a rabies shot. Once an appointment has been made and confirmed, we will transport the animal to the vet. You will be responsible for picking the animal up and paying the vet. A list of local veterinarians can be obtained by calling our office at (256)241-3647.
POLICY FOR OUT OF TOWN ADOPTIONS 1. You must fill out an adoption application. 2. The application must be approved by animal control. 3. At that time, you will contactDr. Clanton and set up an appointment for a spay or neuter and a rabies shot for the animal. If you live outside of Calhoun County, you may only use Dr. Clanton for altering and rabies vacination of the animal. Dr. Clanton 1519 Pelham Road South Jacksonville, Al. 36265 (256)435-8387 4. You will then contact us with the date and time of the appointment. 5. We will transport the animal to the vet. 6. Once the animal is dropped off, all responsibility of the animal is to the new owner.
***We do adopt out of county/state... however you must make an appointment with Dr. Clanton for a spay or neuter and a rabies vacination before it can be taken out of the county/state.***