Douglas County Animal Control & Shelter

Our Adoptable Pet List


Welcome

Welcome to our site. We have dogs and cats that are looking for their forever homes. Please call us for more information about any of our animals.

Who We Are

Douglas County Animal Control (DCAC) is the County Animal Shelter and Animal Law Enforcement Branch of Douglas County, IL. As Douglas County has a population of less than 20,000 people, it has been difficult to get the funding required to help adoptable dogs that come through our facility. This is changing, but slowly. I hope that as more people become aware of our small shelter and its adoptable animals, they will help by volunteering to foster, assess behavior and create a better environment for the dogs.

Adopting a friend

The adoption fee is $90 which includes a microchip, Distemper combination vaccine, and heartworm test. Cats are given Feline Upper Respiratory combination vaccine and Feline Luekemia tested. If the dog or cat has not been neutered, the fee for surgery is $75. Your new pet is dropped off at a participating vet clinic, spayed or neutered and rabies given.

Come Visit Us!

Check out our new addition. We now have more space, a cleaner facility, and a caring staff. Volunteers during regular hours would be very helpful for walking the dogs and playing with the dogs and cats.

We have a wish list of items we are in need of:

blankets, towels, bleach, rubber gloves, dog toys, collars, leashes, laundry detergent, kitty litter



Douglas County Animal Control
1007 E. South Central Ave.
Tuscola, IL 61953
Phone: 217-253-4921

Hours: Mon - Fri 8 am -1 pm and 3 - 5 pm
Saturday 8 am-1 pm and 4 - 5pm
Closed to the public on holidays and holiday weekends.

Directions from US 36: North on Prairie St. and turn right just before the railroad tracks. The shelter is about 1 block down on the right.
Email: douglascountyanimalcontrol@frontier.com
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter



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