Address: 321 Randall Wobbe Ln Springdale, AR 72764
About Our Shelter...
Springdale Animal Services' mission is to provide shelter and care to the thousands of stray, abandoned, abused, and neglected animals in need every year. We reunite lost pets with their owners, and place many that are homeless in caring, permanent homes. We strive to ensure the welfare and public safety of our community and its animals through education of our citizens and enforcement of our ordinances. We promote spaying/neutering all domestic animals at the earliest appropriate age, as a means of reducing their overpopulation.
Come Meet Our Pets...
We are located at 321 Randall Wobbe Ln, Springdale, AR Sunday Closed Monday - Friday 12:00 pm - 6:00 pm Saturday 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Springdale Animal Services is closed on all legal holidays.
We do participate in adoption events around the area from time to time.
Our Adoption Process...
Must complete our adoption application and if you rent we do require a letter from your landlord allowing pets and any restrictions there may be. The application will then be reviewed. Most times a decision can be made within minutes. The adoption fee $40 (Includes Microchip and Rabies voucher) and spay/neuter fee (ranges from $40 to $65). If the pet is too young to be altered at time of adoption, a voucher will be given to be presented at time of spay/neuter. If pet is of age to be altered, an appoint will be made with a local vetenarian and you will pick up the pet after the procedure.
Pets who are already Spayed or Neutered will not be charged the Spay/Neuter fee.
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