ARENAC COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL

A 3750 FOCO RD, Standish, MI 48658 rescue helping to find loving homes for Dogs, Cats.

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Victoria

Female, Senior, Special Needs, Bonded Pair
German Shepherd Dog

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Areas ARENAC COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL Serves

ACAC serves the residents of Arenac County.

ARENAC COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL's Adoption Process

Dog and puppy adoption fees:Adoption fee is $50. At the time of adoption you will sign a contract stating that you agree to have the dog examined by a veterinarian, spayed or neutered, vaccinated for rabies and licensed with the county in which you reside, with in 30 days. After completion you will receive a $40.00 refund.

Cat and kitten adoption fees:Adoption fee is $30. At the time of adoption you will sign a contract stating that you agree to have the cat examined by a veterinarian, vaccinated and spayed or neutered with in 30 days. After completion you will receive a $20.00 refund.

About ARENAC COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL

<a href="http://www.adoptapet.com" target="_blank"><img src="http://images.adoptapet.com/images/shelter-badges/011.png" /></a> Animal Shelters across the United States are full with deserving animals in need of homes. If you are considering adding a new pet to your household be sure and check with your local animal shelter. A second place to visit is 1-800-save-a-pet.com! We also post our pets on www.petfinder.com. Please note that most animals entering ACAC shelter are strays and very little background information is known about them. The only thing we can tell you about the animals are the traits and characteristics we observe while taking care of them. If the animal is owner relinquished we may be able to provide additional information. We can not make guarantees on health, housebreaking and if these animals will be good with children. Please use common sense when bringing your new pet home. Allow it time to acclimate to you and your family first before introducing it to other pets and people. Schedule a vet appointment and have the animal seen by your veterinarian as soon as possible. Should you adopt an animal and the adoption not work out, we ask that you bring the animal back to the shelter. The staff at ACAC cares very much about the animals that come through the shelter and we don't want them placed in another shelter or given away carelessly. You can receive a full adoption refund if the animal is returned! Please call the shelter if you have any additional questions: 989-846-4421.

Come Meet ARENAC COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL's Pets

SHELTER ADOPTION HOURS Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 9:00am - 4:00pm Friday: 9:00am - 12:00pm Closed on Saturday & Sunday & Holidays <b>Due to limited staffing at the shelter, an appointment is recommended if you are traveling a long distance to adopt an animal.</b> Shelter: 989-846-4421 - Fax#: 989-846-4968 - Please call for additional information about our pets!

ARENAC COUNTY ANIMAL CONTROL's Adopted Pets

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