Mayflower Animal Control located in Central Arkansas has dedicated volunteers and an amazing Animal Control Officer who have committed themselves to save the homeless companion animals (dogs and cats) in the Mayflower community.
As of now, we only euthanize animals that are severely injured and/or has an aggressive behavior. We continue to strive in offering hope, love, and care to the neglected animals.
With help of fosters, volunteers, and adopters, like you, we and the four legged friends appreciate the helping hand.
Donate to Our Shelter...
Drop off money and/or item donations at our location or you can donate via Paypal: firstname.lastname@example.org
Any donation can bring hope to an animals soul.
Come Meet Our Pets...
If you would like to stop by the Mayflower facility to view our adoptable pets and/or have an interest in volunteering please contact us to arrange an appointment.
Mayflower Animal Control 2 Ashmore Dr, Mayflower, AR 72106 501-470-1000
Mayflower Police Department Hours of Operation Monday to Thursday 9:00 am - 3:00 pm **Time can be arranged**
Our Adoption Process...
Adoption Fee for dogs are $130 and cats $100 ***Adoption Fee varies on what medical expenses the animal has received. Please contact the Control because the fee might be less or higher than the animal is listed.***
Proceeds go directly to improve the Mayflower Animal Control facility.
All cats and dogs are vetted, tested, and spayed/neutered before adopted out.
Adopters are required to fill out a Cat/Dog Adoption Questionnaire and a Placement Contract.
Require a follow up on the pet from the owner if asked by the Mayflower Animal Control Officer to do so.
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