Brady loves people. Brady loves dogs. Brady loves chasing tennis balls and is learning to love catching a frisbee. Brady loves running along next to a bicycle. And we at Westport Animal Control and WASA (Westport Animal Shelter Advocates) love Brady. Brady is a 1 1/2-year-old neutered male American pitbull terrier mix that was found running along the highway in Westport, CT and brought to us by a concerned and compassionate resident. This big strong boy was a bit like a bull in a china shop at first but thanks to all the training he has received from WASA's certified trainer and the many walks and play time sessions he has received from volunteers and staff, he is one remarkable, huggable and lovable star of Westport Animal Control. He makes us laugh and smile each and every day, and we know he will do the same for you if you are willing to give him all that he needs, including a big fluffy dog bed! For information about Brady and to complete an application, please send an email to WASA at firstname.lastname@example.org or call Westport Animal Control at (203)341-5076.
PLEASE NOTE The Animal Control Officers deal with the adoptions. As the officers have to go out on calls, an appointment must be made in advance to meet any of our dogs. To make an appointment please call them at 203-341-5076. If there are any questions please email WASA1@optonline.net
WHO WE ARE The Westport Animal Control is a no-kill shelter. The shelter is NOT associated with the Connecticut Humane Society, but is a division of the Westport Police Department and is town owned and run.The shelter is run by two Animal Control Officers, and volunteers who walk and socialize the dogs.