Animals at Risk of Euthanasia
Make a Date for an Adoption Experience!
For a super Adoption Experience, view our pets, and then make an online appointment to come in. By having an appointment, our staff will be able to help you meet specific pets, or assist you in finding the perfect dog or cat to fit your lifestyle and home! Online appointments are easy to schedule, so Make a Date today and let your Adoption Experience begin! Remember, our adoption fees are waived and include spaying/neutering, vaccinations, a microchip, and Broward County pet registration tag! See you soon!
Equitable Provision of Services
Broward County Animal Care and Adoption is developing its services along Four Major Pillars:
- Public Safety
- Clean Shelter
- Community Animal Care
- Equitable Provision of Services
The last pillar--Equitable Provision of Services--is focused on ensuring that Animal Care listens to all Broward County residents, that our services are provided equitably to all Broward County residents, that our services are provided equitably to all of the County's diverse communities, and that those services are tailored to the specific needs of those communities. A step toward that goal is the newly published Animal Service Facilities in Broward County, which shows the distribution of animal services throughout the County.
New Pet Care Clinic Services
Animal Care's new Pet Care Clinic is now open and offers vaccination packages for pet dogs and cats, as well as preventatives, such as heartworm and flea/tick medications. Clinic services are available to Broward County residents BY APPOINTMENT ONLY (no walk-ins)! Payment is by credit/debit only--no cash or checks.
For your convenience, there are 3 appointment options:
2. Phone: 954-357-9567 (for both spay/neuter and vaccination services)
You must be a Broward County resident to attend. All dogs must be on a leash and all cats in carriers!
Found Kittens? Here is What you Should Do!
It's the start of Kitten Season and a shelter is no place for baby kittens! If you
find baby kittens PLEASE LEAVE THEM IN PLACE to see if their Mother is in the area--she is the best caregiver for her babies. If Mom is not around, then please help by
fostering the kittens until they are old enough to be adopted. Animal Care will supply food and medical care for the family. Read all about
Caring for Found Kittens here.