Tooele City Animal Shelter



Our Adoptable Pet List

Be sure to check out our animals on our Very Best Pet bulletin board at your local Wal-Mart in the Pet Department.

FEATURED PET(s) of the MONTH --

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Meet Sally. She is a sweet pointer mix who was turned in at the shelter with her two puppies because her owner could no longer care for them. Her little boys have no been adopted but Sally is still looking for her forever home. Will you be it?



ALL ANIMALS RANGE FROM $10-$85.
THIS ADOPTION FEE INCLUDES THEIR SPAY/NEUTER AND VACCINATIONS!!
SAVE THE LIFE OF A HOMELESS ANIMAL, ADOPT A SHELTER ANIMAL

Brindi

News

*Keep your dogs Licenses, Collared and Microchipped. It saves lives.* In order to license your pet, take proof of current rabies vaccination along with spay/neuter certification to Tooele City Finance Department located at 90 No. Main Street. All dogs and cats must be licensed yearly.

Pet Licenses

Dogs:
Cats:

Make sure you license your pet before the end of February deadline.

Guidelines children should follow to protect themselves from dog bites.

  • Treat dogs and other animals with respect. That includes never, ever provoking a dog into growling, barking, lunging, or otherwise acting aggressively.
  • Don't chase dogs or encourage them to chase you.
  • Avoid strange dogs. Never go onto someone else's property or approach a strange animal to pet him. Since some dogs will bite when they are afraid, they might bite to protect themselves or their territory.
  • Ask before petting a neighbor's dog-even if you know the dog well. The dog could have a sore ear that morning and your gentle pat on that exact spot could cause the dog to bite you.
  • Don't run and scream around dogs. Quick movements and high-pitched squeals can frighten a dog-and frightened dogs can bite.
  • Respect a dog's privacy. Never bother a dog when he's eating or in his crate, special room, or special spot in the house or yard.
  • Don't stare at a dog. To dogs, staring is perceived as a threat, and they can react aggressively towards you.
  • Where we are located

    We can be found at 3312 N. (Erda Way) and 1200 W. Go west on Erda Way from Highway 36 for about 2 Miles. There is a Tooele Shelter sign on the north side of the street, and a road to the south side. Turn south and travel about 1/2 mile. There we are! We strive to keep our Public a top Priority. If you need more precise directions please contact us at the number below or email us.

    Map to our shelter


    Tooele City Animal Shelter
    3312 No. 1200 West
    Tooele, UT 84074
    Phone: (435) 882-4607

    Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm

    Closed on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays
    Email: Tawny
    Click here for a list of pets at this shelter




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