Bullitt County Animal Shelter

Bullitt County Animal Shelter

Our Adoptable Pet List

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The mutt is the all-American dog. Call him a random-breed, a mixed-breed or a mongrel, at his best he's loyal, healthy, smart and friendly – a virtual melting pot of positive canine characteristics. For many animal lovers, owning a mutt is a badge of honor. Many come into the world as "surprises," born of a homeless stray or a roaming house pet, then sent off to an animal shelter. Others are simply abandoned in parks or at highway rest stops. Adopting one of these unwanted dogs means you are literally saving a life – and the odds are he will make a great companion.

Wish List


Frontline Drops or Spray
Bleach
Laundry Detergent
Cleaning Supplies {Bathroom cleaner, Dusting Spray etc…..
Towels
Blankets
King Size Pillow Cases
Paper Towels
Slip Leashes
Stainless Steel Bowls {all sizes}
Dog and Cat Treats
Office Supplies {pens, paper etc…..
Hand Sanitizer
Small and Medium Metal Cages
Cat Litter
Disposable Litter Pans
Dog and Cat First Aid Kit
FOSTER HOMES
Volunteers

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Who We Are

Bullitt County Animal Shelter is the primary sheltering and enforcement agency for Bullitt County, Kentucky. The Bullitt County Animal Shelter was established by Bullitt County Fiscal Court in accordance with the Kentucky Revised Statutes. We provide a clean and safe enviroNment for all the animals which enter our shelter. We are also very rescue friendly. All we ask is that you fill out a pull application and provide a vet reference.

Adopting a friend

The animals available for adoption at the Bullitt County Animal Shelter are what we term as "random source" which means we accept unwanted animals with limited or no history. It is important that you are aware that although we have checked the animals for symptoms of disease we cannot be certain that they are free of such problems. They could be incubating a disease or develop an inherited problem. They may also have behavioral problems that did not arise at the shelter. We want you to be aware of such possibilities. There are several things to consider when you are thinking about adding a pet to your household. All the adults in your home should discuss the adoption of a new pet. You must consider your financial obligation. You may have to spend a minimum of $400 to $500 per year on your new pet. You may have noticed by now that we take adopting an animal very seriously. Adopting a pet is for life. Some animals can live up to 20 years or more and it is a very big commitment. This pet will depend on you for its food, water, shelter, medical attention and companionship Adoption Fees for dogs are $100 and cats are $65. All pets must be licensed in Bullitt County.

Come Visit Us!

Hours of Operation: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday from 8:00am-4:00pm Thursday from 8:00am to 4:00pm. Closed weekends and holidays. Our Shelter is located off I-65 at exit #112 (Bardstown/Clermont) on Hwy 245. We are on the west side of the expressway behind the firehouse.


Bullitt County Animal Shelter
545 Old Clermont Rd

Shepherdsville, KY 40165
Phone: 502-543-8686

Email: twilsonbcshelter@gmail.com
Click here for a list of pets at this shelter




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