Buy a Brick, Save a Life

We are proud to introduce the Tiffany Dlesk Spay-Neuter Clinic. This clinic is designed to bring low cost services to pets and homes in need. The clinic services the entire Ohio Valley area. Visit the Tiffany Dlesk Clinic website at http://www.tiffanydleskspayandneuterclinic.com

Clinic phone number: 304-810-0580

When you donate to this great cause we will honor your favorite pet by placing its name and small message on a brick walkway leading into the facility that your family, friends, and community members will see for many lifetimes to come.

Your donation will help save the lives of thousands of animals. Please call the shelter at (304) 845-9770 to request your form to participate in this great cause.

March for Mutts

THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU. Due to the efforts and donations of many individuals, the shelter raise $13,281 at this event. The pets at the shelter can now rest more easily. A huge thank you to everyone who helped make the 15th annual March for Mutts such a success.

Spay Day

Thanks to everyone that participated in the World Spay Day in any capacity. 96 surgeries were completed in a 24 hour period. This translates to countless unwanted litters and as well as being able to avoid many health issues.

Paws to Recycle

Remember to recycle your cans for donation at the Marshall County Animal Shelter for their "Paws to Recycle" program. Cans may be dropped off at any time in a bin by the front door of the shelter.

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News

Marshall County was the only West Virginia Shelter invited to attend the Pets for Life Training sponsored by the Humane Society of the United States and Science Diet Pet Food. Formed in 1977, the Marshall County Animal Rescue has earned two National Awards. We were selected by the Humane Society of the United States as the national Humane Education Achievement Award winners, and recognized nationally by Paws to Recycle Programs in the "Most Community Support" category.

Who We Are

The Marshall County Animal Rescue League consists of a small group of dedicated individuals who through enthusiasm and commitment have turned an "unsheltered" county into a county that has an outstanding shelter program. Our Humane Society is contracted by the Marshall County Commission to oversee animal shelter operations. We work continually to provide progressive programs for the betterment of the shelter and the animals. The Marshall County Animal Rescue League meets on the 3rd Monday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Commission Room of the Marshall County Court House located on 7th street in Moundsville. Please join us.

Adopting a friend

We require that all interested individuals complete an adoption application. Completion of the application helps us to ensure the "right match" for your satisfaction and for the happiness of the animal.

Adoption fees:
Dogs and puppies - $100.00
Cats and kittens - $85.00

We accept cash or checks.

Quality adoptions are made possible by providing all vaccinations, worming, and flea prevention to both cats and dogs. Testing for feline leukemia and canine heartworm (if old enough) is also done before adoption. Rabies vaccination is given to animals that are 4 months of age or older. EVERY animal is spayed or neutered before leaving the shelter For adoption applications please visit our animal shelter page. Marshall County Animal Shelter

and click the link to adoptable pets.

Shelter Wish List

VOLUNTEERS, foster homes, liquid laundry detergent, bleach, towels, blankets, pet toys, cat entertainment, anti-bacterial soaps, copy paper, envelopes, postage stamps, newspapers, aluminum cans, latex gloves, canned cat food, collars, leads, brushes, and grooming aids.

Open Door, Open Arms Policy
A primary goal of the shelter is to work with individuals to find solutions to pet problems. We take all unwanted pets to prevent cruelty that might result from being "dumped" or placed hastily in the hands of an irresponsible person. Persons who find it necessary to surrender their pets are asked, when possible, to vaccinate for kennel cough at least one week before bringing them to the shelter. Any pet that has been adopted and does not work out in the new home should be returned to the Marshall County Animal shelter. We feel responsibility for the pets well-being and your satisfaction.

Individuals who bring animals from other counties are asked to pay an out of county fee of $5.00 for kittens and puppies up to 4 months, $10.00 for cats and puppies 5 months to 1 year, and $20.00 for dogs 1 year and older. .


Shelter hours are Monday through Saturday 11:00 - 4:00 and Sunday from 12:00 to 4:00

From West Virginia Route 2 turn East onto 12th street. Travel for approximately 1.5 miles. The shelter is located on the left immediately preceding the fork in the road.


Marshall County Animal Shelter
37 Animal Shelter Drive
Moundsville, WV 26041
Phone: 304-845-9770

Mailing address: RR5 Box 210
Moundsville, WV 26041


Email: Click here to send email

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