Thank you for stopping by our page. We would love for you to come and visit us at 2450 Saltwell Road in Shinnston, WV.
You can meet our staff, explore our facility, and interact with the wonderful companion animals we have up for adoption.
Our mission is to pull animals that were strays or owner surrenders from the Harrison County Animal Control and make them adoptable to the public. We provide veterinary services such as vaccinations as well as spaying or neutering, and then try to pair them with the best potential adopters. We are not county funded, and so rely on our generous supporters and donors to help provide the care and basic necessities of our furry friends.
Also please visit our thrift store (information is under the Donate Tab) at 220 Milford Street Clarksburg, WV.
Click on tabs to the left for more information on various topics.
Please view our available pets using the petfinder.com form below.
You can always fill out your pre-adoption questionnaire before you come in to speed up the adoption process.
Find it under the Forms Tab.
Our adoptions fees are as follows:
Medium / Large Dogs: $95.00
Puppies / Small Dogs: $150.00
Purebred Dogs: $150.00
(These prices include: $55.00 towards spay/neuter surgery if not yet of age, first series of vaccinations, rabies vaccine, deworming, ear mite treatment, flea bath, and ID tag.)
Kittens / Cats: $85.00
Purebred / Siamese / Persian / Himalayan Mixes: $150.00
(These prices include: $45.00 towards spay/neuter surgery if not yet of age, first series of vaccinations, rabies vaccine, deworming, feline testing, ear mite treatment, and flea bath.)
If you have any questions or concerns, please contact us at (304) 592-1600 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Bonfire Fund Teeshirt Fundraiser!
We rely on the support of the community as we are a non-profit 501C organization. What does that mean? Any shirts you buy - those funds generated go to help feed, provide veterinary care, and house the wonderful animals of Harrison County until they can find their furever home.
We have had some veterinary bills lately for our animals, including some dogs who had parvo, we have cats who had different types of respiratory and viral infections, and many other things. We cannot keep helping the animals without your help, for which we are eternally grateful. So show your support and spread the word about our fantastic organization. The animals thank you!
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