Hampshire County Animal Control

A HC 60 Box 138 B2, Slanesville, WV 25444 shelter helping to find loving homes for dogs, cats.

Pets at Hampshire County Animal Control

  • Any
  • Dogs
  • Any
  • Baby
  • Puppy
  • Kitten
  • Young
  • Adult
  • Senior
  • Any
  • Male
  • Female
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Female, Puppy
Labrador Retriever / Shepherd (Unknown Type)

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Female, Young
Hound (Unknown Type) / Great Dane

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Male, Young
Shepherd (Unknown Type)

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Male, Young
Hound (Unknown Type) / Great Dane

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Male, Young
Terrier (Unknown Type, Medium)

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Female, Young
Labrador Retriever / Boxer

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Female, Young
Pit Bull Terrier

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Female, Adult
Pit Bull Terrier

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1 - 8 of 8 Adoptable Pets at This Shelter

Areas Hampshire County Animal Control Serves

We will adopt out anywhere as long as the adopter is willing to pick up the animal! WE DO NOT SHIP OUR ANIMALS!!!

Hampshire County Animal Control's Adoption Process

All Adopters must Fill out an Application Located on our Homepage at HampshireCountyAnimalControl.petfinder.com. Then email the app to us at HampshireCountyAC@yahoo.com

Fees for dogs range from $65-150.*
Fees for Cats range from $25-65.*
(*Does not include spay and neuter fee if done, and all Fees are NON-REFUNDABLE)

About Hampshire County Animal Control

We are an ANIMAL CONTROL Facility, also known as the "pound". We rescue dogs from cruel situations and prosecute the dogs owners for the unfair treatment or neglect of the the animals. We find a majority of our dogs as strays and try to get to know them the best we can so we can post them on this site for you to read and consider these wonderful animals for your forever pet!

Our adoption process is designed to identify the RIGHT PET for each adopter. All potential adopters must fill out an application which will be reviewed by the Adoption Manager. We try to make the adoption process easy, clear, and pleasant. We ask questions about how the pet will be housed, the kind of environment the pet will be in, what type of activities you expect to do with the pet, who the family members are, and what your expectations for the pet might be. These questions are not meant to be invasive but rather to help us determine if the pet will fit into your family so the adoption will be a permanent one.

When possible, Shelter volunteers and staff evaluate each animal through regular interaction at the shelter or in foster care. This interaction gives us a better understanding of the animal’s reaction to new situations and people thus allowing us to tell the potential adopter as much as possible about the animal. We can also advise the adopter if a specific animal will be suitable for the adopter’s family.

Animals are social creatures who thrive when they are treated as part of the adopting family and they should have access to the same indoor living quarters as their caretakers. We will not place a dog in a home where the dog would be tied out or kenneled in a small space most of the time.

We are more than happy to work with RESCUES to find placements for our great animals. All dogs are vaccinated - DHLPP - and dewormed immediately upon intake unless unable due to illness or injury. In these instances they are provided vet care (when possible) or quarantine until they are healthy enough to be vaccinated. Rabies appointments are set up monthly, health certificates are provided when necessary for transports to other shelters when notified in a timely manner. Puppies are quarantined for one week after arrival/vaccination before being posted for adoption availability and are usually placed in foster care immediately.

~~~~$$$$ DONATIONS $$$$$~~~~

Donations are always in need and are greatly appreciated to help with our spaying and neutering efforts! If you don’t have the money to donate you can also help by volunteering to walk our dogs! Our shelter is always in need of Cat food, dog food, Dog and cat crates, Leashes, tie outs, food and water bowls, kitty litter, cleaning supplies such as Paper Towels, Bleach, Pine Sol. Also old blankets, sweatshirts, towels etc., provide some great bedding for our animals.

Come Meet Hampshire County Animal Control's Pets

Our Shelter is located in Slanesville, WV 26817. We are open EVERYDAY from 8-2pm! EVEN HOLIDAYS!!

Our adoption events are usually once or twice a month and are currently being held between Hagerstown MD and Tyson VA Saturdays from 10am-3pm

Make a donation to Hampshire County Animal Control to help homeless pets find homes