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Animal Shelter

Until further notice, the following non-essential Animal Shelter services have been suspended: owner surrenders, stray drop-offs of healthy cats, trap loans and extended hours. At this time, our hours are Monday through Friday from 12-4:30 pm for owner reclaims, serious adopters with approved application, and rescue pick-ups. Call the shelter at 704-920-3288 with questions or concerns. Thank you for your cooperation.

The Cabarrus County Animal Shelter is one of the core responsibilities of Cabarrus County Animal Control, a division of the Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office.

The shelter is an open admission shelter, which means we do not turn away any animal in need. We are a public facility that provides safe, temporary shelter for homeless animals while the staff searches for permanent homes for the animals through community adoption or transfers to Rescue Partners. The animal shelter is NOT a pet boarding facility. While the shelter is open admission, we operate under managed intake and require pre-scheduled appointments for all owner surrenders. Please see our hours of operation for details.

Staff at the Cabarrus County Animal Shelter is committed to placing safe and healthy animals in the community by searching for appropriate permanent homes for adoptable animals. We work with approved Rescue Partners nationally to place animals with workable behavior concerns and treatable medical issues with groups with resources to take on those specific cases. To determine if an animal is adoptable, shelter staff must rule out any underlying medical conditions and/or temperaments that present safety risks to the community. Euthanasia is a last resort. When necessary, euthanasia is carried out with respect to the animals by a Certified Euthanasia Technician following best-practice guidelines set by the NC Department of Agriculture. It is important to Cabarrus County that all animals at the shelter receive care and compassion.

The best way to help limit euthanasia in our animal population is to spay and neuter your pets! Intact males can catch the scent of a female in heat and will urge them to wander off tracking the scent. This is a common reason for males to escape their yard. If the male finds the female in heat they are at risk of mating if they can get to one another. By spaying your females and neutering your males, you will eliminate this entire scenario which ultimately leads to unwanted litters of animals that fill up the shelter. There are also many health benefits to spaying and neutering your pets including avoiding many types of cancer. This can be an expensive surgery, but there are wonderful organizations, like Spay It Forward, that provide financial assistance so every pet owner can make the responsible decision. Please, make the call.

Shelter Procedures

Any animal that presents to the shelter as a stray is held for 72 hours per the Department of Agriculture. These animals can be viewed on lost and found. Any animal that presents as an owner surrender is not required to be held for 72 hours. Animals are evaluated upon intake and receive a 2nd evaluation before an adoption / rescue / euthanasia decision is made. Once an animal has been evaluated, they can be viewed on adoption and rescue. All animal shelter laws can be viewed at the Department of Agriculture.

Animal Protection Advisory Board

Cabarrus County regularly receives public input on shelter operations from the Animal Protection Advisory Board, a Board of Commissioners-appointed citizen group. County residents interested in serving on the Animal Protection Advisory Board can request an application through the County Manager's Office at 704-920-2100

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*** Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 restrictions all scheduled events have been cancelled.***

Cabarrus Pets Society, a 501(c)3 non-profit animal rescue organization, was established in 2002 to rescue rehabilitate, and re-home abandoned, abused, sick, and neglected animals in our community. As a foster home based, 100% volunteer managed organization we do not have a physical shelter. Each animal we rescue is placed in a loving foster home where they can begin to trust humans again. While in foster care, Cabarrus Pets Society provides all necessary medical treatments including spaying and neutering, vaccines, and surgery before finding them their well-matched, carefully screened forever homes. With no physical shelter, we operate primarily through adoption events in our community and online databases. Our website has our current adoption event calendar.

Cabarrus Pets Society is dedicated to educating our community on responsible pet ownership including the importance of spaying and neutering, vaccinating, and the prevention of heart worm disease.

We put animals first and we encourage everyone to “Adopt Don’t Shop”!

 

Interested in adopting

Adoption Requirements:

  • You must be at least 21 years old
  • You must live in North Carolina preferably within 75 miles of Concord
  • You must have a secure fenced yard or be committed to multiple daily leash walks in all kinds of weather (snow, heat, ice, pouring rain, etc.).
  • You cannot use or plan to use an electric, in-ground or invisible fence. 
  • Your new pet must be an indoor companion
  • If you currently own a pet, you must be able to provide proof of purchase for monthly heart worm medicine if you do not purchase directly from your veterinarian.
  • All current pets in your household must be sterilized, current on all shots and primarily indoor companions.
  • To adopt a kitten or puppy under the age of 6 months, all children in the home must be over the age of 6. CPS reserves the right to make decisions on a case by case basis
  • You agree to provide good veterinary care including
    • Keeping your pet current on all vaccinations
    • Keeping your pet on monthly heart worm preventative and flea/tick preventative
    • Provide medical and emergency care if needed
  • You must be willing to make a 10 to 20-year commitment to the pet
  • Completing an application does not obligate you to adopt nor does it guarantee you the dog.  Your application must first be approved before moving on to the next step.

 

Please visit our "Adoptable Pets" area where you can view our current adoptable pets and learn about the adoption process. We offer a 10% discount off adoptions for active and retired members of our military with military ID card.  Click the link to go to the online adoption application - Online Adoption Application 

Our Dogs, Puppies and Cats Have Been:

  • Temperament tested
  • Examined by one of our licensed, practicing veterinarians
  • De-wormed
  • Vaccinated for distemper/parvo
  • Vaccinated for rabies if four months or older and given a rabies tag
  • Tested for heart worms if nine months or older and started on monthly heart worm prevention
  • Micro-chipped
  • Spayed/neutered (adoption of a puppy will not be finalized until it is sterilized by). Puppies are altered at 16-18 weeks of age, with the ONLY exception being a veterinarian-confirmed medical condition that requires delaying the procedure.

 

 

 

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Wanted:

Volunteers (Must heart Animals)

 

Like to stay active and get involved in your community?  Then Cabarrus Pets Society would like to meet you!  We always need volunteers to support our rescue and we have opportunities for everyone. Cabarrus Pets Society's volunteers help with administrative and application processing, web design and technical support, fostering, transporting animals to vet visits and their forever homes, walking dogs and planning and supporting special events and...the list goes on.  If you are interested in volunteering contact our Volunteer Coordinator, Judy Poler, at [email protected] We can't wait to share all the opportunities available with Cabarrus Pets Society. 

 

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Walk for a Dog

If you walk with or without your dog, download the " Walk for a Dog" app.  Choose Cabarrus Pets Society as the organization you want to support.  The more people that support us, the more donations we receive.

 

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Whether you take your pets with you or leave them behind, take these precautions to safeguard them whenever you’re traveling:

1) Interstate and international travel regulations require any pet you bring with you to have a health certificate from your veterinarian even if you are traveling by car. Learn the requirements for any states you will visit or pass through, and schedule an appointment with your veterinarian to get the needed certificate within the time frames required by those states.

2) Pets in vehicles should always be safely restrained and should never be left alone in the car in any weather. Proper restraint means using a secure harness or a carrier, placed in a location clear of airbags. Never transport your pet in the bed of a truck.

3) If you’re traveling by air and considering bringing your pet with you, talk with your veterinarian first. Air travel can put some pets at risk, especially short-nosed dogs. Your veterinarian is the best person to advise you regarding your own pet’s ability to travel.

4) Pack for your pet, as well as yourself, if you’re going to travel together. In addition to your pet’s food, a source of frequent access to water and medications, this should also include copies of their medical records, information to help identify your pet if it becomes lost, first aid supplies, toys, blankets and any other items that might help with the change.

Talk with your veterinarian to find out how best to protect your pet from canine flu and other contagious diseases, and to make sure your pet is up-to-date on their vaccines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

How things work at Cabarrus Pets Society

 

Cabarrus Pets Society is staffed by volunteers who have a passion for helping animals.  Each of our animals receives medical screening, temperament testing, vaccinations, and spay/neuter through our local veterinarians and our own medical staff .  All of our animals live with foster families while we search for their perfect home with their forever families.  The foster families bring the animals to our various events through out the year. The first step in the adoption process is to fill out an online adoption application. It's free to fill one out.

 

Save a Life - Become a Foster Dog Parent!

 

Fostering prepares dogs for a successful, forever adoption. The added bonus is, you get to play, love and snuggle as many dogs as you want and without the lifelong, financial commitment! Give it a try!

CPS provides everything you will need to take care your foster dog!!

  • Crates, Gates and Kennels
  • Food, bowls, toys, collar, leash, etc.
  • Medications
  • Vaccines 
  • Veterinary Care
  • Training
  • 24 hour support

The animals in our community have never needed more help. This year has seen new challenges and many families have been impacted by COVID-19 and the nationwide shutdown. Many people have lost their jobs along with their financial security and others have lost their home and loved ones. With all the chaos, many families have been faced with re-homing their pets and others have been unable to provide much needed vet care. We have answered the call for help! We have rescued and re-homed many in need and provided vet care for others. This isn't possible without fosters who open their hearts and homes. We are helping them all; from puppies and kittens, young to old, big to small and everything in between. To learn more about fostering visit our "Foster Home" page. If fostering is not right for you please visit our "I Want to Help" for other ways to help.

 

Need to re-home your pet or a stray

 

Our community foster program provides a way for people who have found a pet, or pet owners who need to re-home their pets to become "one time" foster parents.  If you have found a stray or have a family pet you need to find a new home for, you can be its foster parent with our help. 

If it is a stray, you must notify animal control in your county to let them know you have found the dog.  You should also post on "lost and found pets" social media pages, bring the animal to a vet to be scanned for a microchip, post flyers in your area, and look on petfinder.com or craigslist.com to see if anyone is looking for the dog or cat.  Don't post photos or give full details and require that people provide proof of ownership to claim the pet.  

Please visit our "Community Foster" area to learn more.  If you need to re-home a stray or your own pet, please fill out this "Surrender Form"  and a volunteer will contact you within 48 hours to discuss your options.

 


Sours: https://www.cabarruspets.com/
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Animal Shelter

Until further notice, the following non-essential Animal Shelter services have been suspended: owner surrenders, stray drop-offs of healthy cats, trap loans and extended hours. At this time, our hours are Monday through Friday from 12-4:30 pm for owner reclaims, serious adopters with approved application, and rescue pick-ups. Call the shelter at 704-920-3288 with questions or concerns. Thank you for your cooperation.

The Cabarrus County Animal Shelter is one of the core responsibilities of Cabarrus County Animal Control, a division of the Cabarrus County Sheriff's Office.

The shelter is an open admission shelter, which means we do not turn away any animal in need. We are a public facility that provides safe, temporary shelter for homeless animals while the staff searches for permanent homes for the animals through community adoption or transfers to Rescue Partners. The animal shelter is NOT a pet boarding facility. While the shelter is open admission, we operate under managed intake and require pre-scheduled appointments for all owner surrenders. Please see our hours of operation for details.

Staff at the Cabarrus County Animal Shelter is committed to placing safe and healthy animals in the community by searching for appropriate permanent homes for adoptable animals. We work with approved Rescue Partners nationally to place animals with workable behavior concerns and treatable medical issues with groups with resources to take on those specific cases. To determine if an animal is adoptable, shelter staff must rule out any underlying medical conditions and/or temperaments that present safety risks to the community. Euthanasia is a last resort. When necessary, euthanasia is carried out with respect to the animals by a Certified Euthanasia Technician following best-practice guidelines set by the NC Department of Agriculture. It is important to Cabarrus County that all animals at the shelter receive care and compassion.

The best way to help limit euthanasia in our animal population is to spay and neuter your pets! Intact males can catch the scent of a female in heat and will urge them to wander off tracking the scent. This is a common reason for males to escape their yard. If the male finds the female in heat they are at risk of mating if they can get to one another. By spaying your females and neutering your males, you will eliminate this entire scenario which ultimately leads to unwanted litters of animals that fill up the shelter. There are also many health benefits to spaying and neutering your pets including avoiding many types of cancer. This can be an expensive surgery, but there are wonderful organizations, like Spay It Forward, that provide financial assistance so every pet owner can make the responsible decision. Please, make the call.

Shelter Procedures

Any animal that presents to the shelter as a stray is held for 72 hours per the Department of Agriculture. These animals can be viewed on lost and found. Any animal that presents as an owner surrender is not required to be held for 72 hours. Animals are evaluated upon intake and receive a 2nd evaluation before an adoption / rescue / euthanasia decision is made. Once an animal has been evaluated, they can be viewed on adoption and rescue. All animal shelter laws can be viewed at the Department of Agriculture.

Animal Protection Advisory Board

Cabarrus County regularly receives public input on shelter operations from the Animal Protection Advisory Board, a Board of Commissioners-appointed citizen group. County residents interested in serving on the Animal Protection Advisory Board can request an application through the County Manager's Office at 704-920-2100

Sours: https://cabarruscounty.us/departments/animal-shelter
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A 2010 Wilshire Court SW, Princeton's Meow: 29 Brookwood Avenue NE, Concord, NC 28025 shelter helping to find loving homes for dogs, cats.

Areas Humane Society of Concord & Greater Cabarrus County Serves

Concord, Harrisburg, Mt. Pleasant, Matthews, Kannapolis, Charlotte, Huntersville, Locust, Albemarle, Midland, Monroe, Cornelius, Davidson, Lake Norman, Gastonia, China Grove,Salisbury, Mint Hill, Mooresville

Humane Society of Concord & Greater Cabarrus County's Adoption Process

All of our pets that are available for adoption can be viewed on our available pets page of our website cabarrushumanesociety.org. Most of our pets have descriptions regarding their breed, age, and personality.

About Humane Society of Concord & Greater Cabarrus County

Humane Society of Concord & Greater Cabarrus County is a 501(c)3 non-profit no-kill organization operated by volunteers. Our funding is from adoption fees and donations. We get our animals from those surrendered at or found as strays by Cabarrus County Animal Control.

Come Meet Humane Society of Concord & Greater Cabarrus County's Pets

Ruth's Memorial: 2010 Wilshire Court SW, Concord, NC 28025
Princeton's Meow: 29 Brookwood Ave NE, Concord, NC 28025
Hours listed at www.cabarrushumanesociety.org

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Why Should You Adopt?

Dog adoption and cat adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog or adopt a cat and you'll have a friend for life.

What is the difference between adopting a dog, adopting a cat, adopting a kitten or adopting a puppy versus getting dogs for sale, cats for sale, puppies for sale or kittens for sale from a dog breeder or a cat breeder?

When someone is breeding puppies or breeding kittens, they are creating new dogs and cats who need homes. Some people are interested in a very specific breed of dog, cat, puppy or kitten and they think the only way to find that specific breed is to buy a dog for sale or buy a cat for sale from a puppy breeder or a kitten breeder. Yet animal shelters are filled with dogs and cats who must find homes.

So rather than buying a dog or puppy for sale from a dog breeder or buying a cat or kitten for sale from a cat breeder, we encourage people to adopt a dog, adopt a cat, adopt a puppy or adopt a kitten at their local animal shelter, SPCA, humane society or pet rescue group.

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Humane Society of Concord and Greater Cabarrus County in Concord, North Carolina

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Humane Society of Concord and Greater Cabarrus County Contact Information

Address, Phone Number, and Hours for Humane Society of Concord and Greater Cabarrus County, an Animal Shelter, at Wilshire Court Southwest, Concord NC.

Name
Humane Society of Concord and Greater Cabarrus County
Address
2010 Wilshire Court Southwest
Concord, North Carolina, 28025
Phone
704-784-7387
Hours
Monday 11:00 am - 07:00 pm,Tuesday 11:00 am - 07:00 pm,Wednesday 11:00 am - 07:00 pm,Thursday 11:00 am - 07:00 pm,Friday 11:00 am - 05:00 pm,Saturday 11:00 am - 04:00 pm,Sunday 02:00 - 04:00 pm

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About Humane Society of Concord and Greater Cabarrus County

The Humane Society of Concord and Greater Cabarrus County, located in Concord, North Carolina is an Animal Shelter that provides temporary housing and care for stray, unwanted, and owner-relinquished animals including dogs and cats in Cabarrus County. A wide range of additional services may also be offered by the Humane Society of Concord and Greater Cabarrus County.

You may contact Humane Society of Concord and Greater Cabarrus County for questions about:
  • Finding lost cats and dogs in Concord, NC
  • Adopting cats and dogs
  • Concord pet adoption fees
  • Fostering cats and dogs
  • Kill and no-kill policies

Animal Shelters near Concord

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