The Perry County Animal Shelter, Inc. is a state of the art privately owned shelter located in Perry County, Indiana. We accept surrenders from Perry County only, but allow adoptions from anywhere. The Board of Directors took control of the facility on July 1, 2004 & has made vast improvements since then, including the construction of a new facility.
Our new facility has 12 isolation kennels and 12 adoption kennels. We have separate isolation for kittens, cats, and puppies. The facility was designed for maximum disease control, including 3 separate heating, cooling, and ventilation zones between the isolation and adoption areas. Strict protocols are implemented to prevent spread of any disease.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Perry County Animal Shelter, Inc. 200 Herzeele Street Cannelton, IN 47520 (812) 547-6381
Tuesday 3 to 6 Wednesday through Friday 1 to 4 Saturday 9 to 1
ALL times are central, and we are closed Sunday, Monday and for holidays. Additional times are available by appointments.
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fee for canines is $100.00 Our feline adoption fee is $50.00. Our adoption fees provide the following: De-worming, Frontline Plus, Heartworm Test (canines only), Heartworm Prevention, Feline Leukemia Test (felines only), full series of booster vaccinations, kennel cough (Bordetella) vaccine (canines only), and Rabies Vaccines, Spay / Neuter Surgery. We offer microchipping for a one time fee of $15 at time of adoption.
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