Our Featured cat is Rev. He is a very sweet guy and would love a new home with a great family. To see his pictures, go to Our Pet List
Our Featured Dog...
Our featured dog is Diamond. She is a real sweetheart and would make a great addition to any home. Diamond has been here a very long time and is getting tired of living in a cage. Go to Our Pet List for more details.
Who We Are
The Manassas Adoption Center is a temporary home for the abandoned, unwanted, stray, and homeless animals found in the City of Manassas. Our goal is to reunite stray pets with their owners and place unwanted animals in loving homes with pet owners that are educated and responsible.
The Animal Control Services Division maintains the health, safety, and welfare of the community through timely response to citizen calls for service and through proactive measures to control the spread of rabies; achieves compliance of the animal care and control ordinances through education and enhanced enforcement efforts. The City's Animal Control Services Division also strives to assist citizens with the proper tools and information to become more responsible pet owners. Animal Control Officers (ACO's) respond to investigate reports of animal abuse, neglect, nuisance animals, dangerous animals, and bites involving domestic animals and wildlife.
Adopting a friend
To adopt a friend from us, please come look at the wonderful pets that we have available. Play with them in the Meet and Greet Room. Once you have decided on a pet, fill out an Adoption Application and leave a deposit of $20.00 cash or check. We will review the application, call your landlord if you rent your residence, and notify you of your status of acceptance. Your new pet will then be spayed/neutered prior to going home with you. After the surgery we will call you to come pick up your new family member. The rest of the fee is due when the animal is picked up to go to its new home.
The cost to adopt a dog is $120.00. This includes spay/neuter, a one year rabies vaccination, first distemper vaccination, a heartworm check, and also a microchip.
The cost to adopt a cat is $100.00. This includes spay/neuter, a one year rabies vaccination, first distemper vaccination, a FeLV/FIV test, and also a microchip.
The cost to adopt an animal that is already spayed or neutered is $20.00. Vaccinations are not included, unless they are still current from the previous owner. The application process is the same as that listed above.
Shelter Wish List
The adoption center is in need of the following supplies:
Nylabones, Kongs (all sizes), Soft dog treats, Milkbones, Rawhide bones, Dog food, Frontline