St. Charles County Pet Adoption St. Charles County
St Charles County Humane Services has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in St. Peters, MO.
The St. Charles County Pet Adoption Center is an Open Admission Shelter, which means that we accept authorized stray animals regardless of their adoptability. Owner-relinquished pets are individually assessed based on current shelter resources at the time of surrender. All stray dogs and cats are required by law to be held for a minimum of five business days, and 10 business days if they animal has identification. Once that legal hold time has been satisfied, we make all healthy, behaviorally sound animals available for adoption.
We have a very high adoption rate, but, not all of the animals we take in can or should be adopted to the public. Some dogs and cats come to us with serious health or behavioral problems. For example, dogs that are extremely aggressive to people or that have a history of biting are not made available for adoption.
We do not give adoptable animals a time limit. We make them available for as long as we have space, and as long as they remain physically and mentally healthy. We also work with other area shelters and rescue groups, and have a very active foster parent program, which helps us to place more animals - including those with special needs.
Lost and stray dogs and cats picked up in unincorporated St. Charles County, and most municipalities, are kenneled at the County Pet Adoption Center.
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The has supported the residents and animal populations of St. Charles County for several decades, successfully placing more than 35,000 pets into loving homes since opening its Pet Adoption Center in 1999. For more information, please call 636-949-PETS (7387) or stop by our shelter at 4850 Mid Rivers Mall Drive.Lost and stray dogs and cats picked up in unincorporated St. Charles County, and most municipalities, are kenneled at the County Pet Adoption Center.The St. Charles County Pet Adoption Center opened in November 1999 as the home to the Division of Humane Services. The 15,000-square foot facility provides space for a kennel housing dogs, cats, and other adoptable pets; a veterinary clinic to assist lost pets and stray animals; and administrative offices.The Division of Humane Services shelters and adopts animals, educates pet owners, provides animal control services, and investigates incidents involving animal cruelty and neglect. To ensure proper treatment of animals and to protect St. Charles County residents, the division is responsible for enforcing the .The St. Charles County Pet Adoption Center opened in November 1999 as the home to the Division of Humane Services. The 15,000-square foot facility provides space for a kennel housing dogs, cats, and other adoptable pets; a veterinary clinic to assist lost pets and stray animals; and administrative offices.Unfortunately, collars can come off and tags can fall off collars. But, there is another effective way to identify your pet. Many veterinarians will microchip your pet. All pets placed by the St. Charles County Pet Adoption Center are not only spayed or neutered but are also microchipped before adoption.