found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
Louie is the newest inmate at the NB pound. He's a good boy who really likes people and is eager to please, showing off his basic commands. He's also a looker! What a handsome guy. He walks well on a leash and would make a terrific companion to any family.
Good on a leash!
Likes to go for walks!
Knows commands and is eager to please!
Louie was found in the area of Martha Hart Park in New Britain.
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Available for Adoption After 7 Days from Date of Ad Publication or Impoundment... whichever is later!!
If this is your dog or you know who it belongs to please call Officer Russo at 860-223-5021.
CT General Statutes Section 22-333. Redemption of impounded dog, cat or other animal. Failure to claim your dog within 5 days of publication or notification is against the Law, punishable by an Infraction!!
When leaving information, please include your phone number so our ACO's can contact you.
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**Open adoption hours at the New Britain Dog Pound are 3pm-6pm on Wednesdays and 10am-12pm on Saturdays. You can also make an appointment most days to meet any of the dogs. Please call 860 223 5021 to set up a meet and greet.**
For more information on our dogs, please contact New Britain Animal Control by calling 860 223 5021 or by emailing email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
The New Britain Pound is not a long term facility and all dogs should be considered "urgent" upon intake. This means that while there is not a specific time limit for keeping the dogs at the pound, due to space limitations we cannot keep them indefinitely. Please consider this when interested in a rescue dog. Time is of the essence.
Only cash and checks are accepted for payment of fees.
Municipal adoption fee for dogs that are spayed or neutered is $5.
Adoption fee for dogs that are not spayed or neutered is $50, which includes an Animal Population Control Program (APCP) voucher.
âTo utilize this program, a Connecticut resident must pay a $45.00 fee at the time of adoption, which entitles the adopter to a vaccination/sterilization voucher good for sixty days. The voucher provides a one-time sterilization benefit of $100.00 for a male dog, and $120.00 for a female dog plus two pre-surgical vaccinations coincident with the sterilization. In addition, adopters are required to pay for other services as specified by the veterinarian. Non-residents may adopt a pound pet and pay a $5.00 municipal fee, but are not eligible for program benefits. Pets too young or sick may be granted a medical extension by the veterinarian.â%9D
For more information on the APCP, follow the link below.
Act quickly to adopt 91 Louie. Pets at this Shelter may be held for only a short time.