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Oceana County Animal Shelter

2185 W. Baseline Rd, Shelby, MI 49455

Contact
Email oceanashelter@yahoo.com
Phone (231) 861-5395
cats & dogs at Oceana County Animal Shelter
1 - 10 of 16 adoptable pets at this shelter

Areas Oceana County Animal Shelter serves

We are a small rural, county shelter in Oceana County, MI. We serve Oceana County.
We cover an area of 524 square miles and a population of about 28,000.
We have room for 15 dogs and 7 cats. We do take volunteers, so, please come on in and take one of our pets for a walk around our property today.

Oceana County Animal Shelter's adoption process

1.

Visit the Facility and Find a Pet

2.

Meet the Pet

3.

Pay Fee

4.

Take the Pet Home

Additional adoption info

DOGS/puppies: $95.00 if not spayed/neutered when they arrive at the shelter.
In return for your adoption fee you will receive: $60.00 worth of certificates. $50.00 toward the cost of the spay or neuter of the adopted animal ($50.00 from Oceana County which is required by Michigan State law.) and $10.00 towards the rabies vaccine.

The adoption fee for dogs that are already fixed when they arrive at the shelter is $50.00 and includes a certificate for $10.00 towards a rabies vaccine.

CATS/kittens: $35.00 if not spayed/neutered. In return for your adoption fee you will receive certificates paying for the spay/neuter, and $10.00 towards the rabies vaccine.

The adoption fee for a cat or kitten that is already fixed is $10.00 which comes with a $10.00 certificate towards the rabies vaccine.

The law requires that all dogs and cats adopted from a shelter be spayed or neutered.

About Oceana County Animal Shelter

Animal Control Staff
Currently, we have only two county employees who work within the Department of Animal Control. Both are highly qualified and caring individuals.

Oceana County Animal Shelter's adopted pets

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