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Lake County Sheriff's Animal Adoption & Control Center

3011 W. 93rd Ave, Crown Point, IN 46307

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Phone (219) 769-7016
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Areas Lake County Sheriff's Animal Adoption & Control Center serves

Unincorporated Lake County.

Lake County Sheriff's Animal Adoption & Control Center's adoption process

Additional adoption info

In order to adopt, you must be at least 21 years of age.
We require you come into the shelter and fill out an adoption application (arrangements can be made if you live a great distance away from the shelter. Contact us for more information).

You must bring a valid drivers license with you in order to adopt. We will adopt out to anyone of any state, however, we still require a valid drivers license for verification purposes.

Our adoption fee for dogs is:
Males: $75.00
Females: $80.00
Our adoption fee for cats is:
Males: $55.00
Females: $70.00

All of our animals have had all of their vaccines with the exception of the rabies vaccine. The rabies vaccine must be given by a licensed veterinarian. A wellness check is required upon the adoption of your new pet.

**You will also receive a spay/neuter certificate good towards a discounted rate at one of our participating veterinarians for your new pet**

About Lake County Sheriff's Animal Adoption & Control Center

We are an animal adoption facility located in Crown Point, Indiana. We strive to maintain a healthy and comfortable environment for every animal that enters our facility. "We are a no-kill facility of adoptable pets!"

An "Un-adoptable" animal is: An animal suffering from a Terminal Illness; an animal that is so aggressive it is a danger to itself or humans, regardless of how much it is worked with.

We promote the health and safety of all animals. We always suggest you Spay or Neuter your pet, and we require you spay/neuter any animal you adopt from our shelter.

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