Our dogs and cats can be adopted from PetSmart in Olathe every weekend. The address and more information is listed below. If you'd like more information about a pet, please call us at 913-321-1445.
We'll have several dogs for adoption at the Olathe PetSmart every Saturday and Sunday and we often bring cats, too. Pets are allowed to be taken home directly from PetSmart. To find out which pets will be attending the upcoming satellite events, read the information on their Petfinder page or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
PetSmart in Olathe
Every Saturday and Sunday in 2013
15255 W. 119th St (119th & Strang Line)
Olathe, KS 66062
Saturday hours: 11am to 3pm
Sunday hours: Noon to 3pm
Click here for a map.
All of our dogs and cats available for adoption have already been spayed or neutered, vaccinated and dewormed. Adoption fees are as follows:
Dogs: Males $62 and Females $72
Cats: Males and Females $35
If you live inside the city of Kansas City, KS there will be an additional $10 fee for a city license.
In 2009 we partnered with The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City, volunteers, no-kill rescues and shelters, and breed rescue groups. The Ray of Hope program significantly reduced euthanasia in our shelter, saving thousands of pets. Our partnership includes transfers of pets to no-kill groups, spaying and neutering of all of those pets, weekend satellite events, and distributing information on low-cost spaying and neutering to the KCK community.
For more information on The Ray of Hope and how you can help (besides adopting!), visit The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City web site.
If you are interested in fostering dogs from KCK Animal Control, please send an email to email@example.com. Include what type of dog you can accommodate and we will connect you with one of our Ray of Hope rescue partners. Our rescue partners can take more dogs from us and find them good homes if they have more foster homes. And that allows us to save more lives!
The shelter is located at 3301 Park Drive in Kansas City, KS. It is just north and east of the I-70 and I-635 junction. Click here for a map.