About Schererville Animal Control & Shelter
About Our Shelter...
The Schererville Animal Control & Shelter is run by 2 Animal Control Officers. They put in many hours to run a successful animal control program and maintain the shelter. With every stray that comes in our animal control officers goal is to find an owner. This sometimes requires an investigation to reunite or press charges if an animal has been neglected or abused.
Not only our they a voice for the animals but they maintain the shelter where these animals are temporarily being held. They clean the shelter daily, make sure the animals have food and water, get excise, have proper vetting if needed, administer medication, and love them.
All of the animals here at the shelter who are not claimed are put up for adoption through our facility as well as our court case animals if the judge rules that they should not go back to their previous owner. The 2 animal control officers then proceed with the adoption process and find these animals forever loving homes.
Both of the ACO's at this facility have a love and passion for animals. They understand that working with animals can be very stressful. Being animal control they see mostly the bad, but with the bad comes the good. Finding a loving home for an abused animal or a stray that was never claimed always trumps the bad.
Donate to Our Shelter...
We accept both donated items or monetary donations.
Come Meet Our Pets...
If you are interested in meeting any of our animals we ask that you contact us to set up an appointment. We are open 7 days a week but since we are animal control we get called out during our shift to go on animal calls.
We are located at Schererville Public Works
548 Kaeser Blvd
Schererville, IN 46375
We do all of our adoptions on site. You can give us a call, email, or Facebook us to set up an appointment.
facebook: Schererville Animal Control & Shelter
Our Adoption Process...
Our adoption fee is $65. This includes rabies, distemper, bordetella, both flu vaccinations, spay/neuter, and a microchip. Heartworm test is done for dogs and FIV/FELV test is done for cats.