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Springfield Animal Control Shelter has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Springfield, Tennessee.
Greyhound Pets of America - Springfield, MO is a volunteer non-profitorganization providing information about and promoting adoption of retiredracing greyhounds. We also promote cooperation with other adoption programsnationwide to further the placement of greyhounds as pets into responsibleloving homes. Our web address is Greyhounds areextremely clean and have no hereditary health problems. They are kennelbroken, thus virtually house broken. They are highly intelligent, intuitiveand loyal. They learn routines quickly. Most are 2 - 4 years old when availableto adopt and live to be 12 - 14. They are very social and like other pets,including cats. They don't need any more exercise than other breeds. Adaily walk will do. They are very sensitive and give an unlimited amountof unconditional love. Most are 55 - 80 lbs. and eat between 3 - 5 cupsof dog food per day.
Adoptions may be made by residents within a 40-mile radius of Springfield, Ohio or further away if they are willing to submit 6 designated pictures of their home and property. After selecting a pet you wish to adopt, you will complete an application form. Two members of our adoption committee will visit your home or review the pictures to assure that our pets are placed into an appropriate environment. Our adoption fee of $60 for dogs and $70 for puppies and $35 for cats includes a free one-year membership in the Animal Welfare League. All adoptable pets have been altered, or will be provided with a complimentary spay/neuter certificate.
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The Center provides animal control services to the cities of Springfield, Chicopee and Holyoke. Cats and dogs that are not claimed by their families are made available for adoption after health and temperament evaluations. The grant funds will support the Center's efforts to combat animal homelessness and overpopulation in the community by helping to ensure that all adopted animals are spayed or neutered before being adopted into new homes. The grant will also enable the Center to sterilize feral and free-roaming community cats to improve their quality of life and reduce the birth of unwanted kittens in our neighborhoods. Pam Peebles, Executive Director of the Center said, “The funding from the sales of “I’m Animal Friendly” license plates is so far reaching that it touches every corner of the Commonwealth. We are deeply grateful for the boost that this grant provides us in ending animal homelessness right here in our community.” Lucky Paws is an all breed rescue - we will help any animal when possible, but we focus on shepherd's and collies. Pets come from shelters and are all treated for any medical needs for health or that may cause them to be less adoptable. Dogs go into foster homes to get help with house training, and behavioral training. Dogs and cats that are ready for adoption come into the adoption center in Springfield.