What do the pet adoption fees include?

The fee for dogs or cats is $75. The price includes sterilization, rabies and distemper vaccinations, micro-chipping, wormer, and a light veterinary exam. All animals are sterilized prior to release for adoption and will be picked up from the veterinarian's office unless prior arrangements are made with the shelter. Oconee County Animal Services does not guarantee the health, temperament, or behavior of an adopted animal. If problems are evident, the shelter will disclose the information to the adopter. Oconee County Animal Control now accepts cash, check MasterCard, Visa and Discover cards. A convenience fee of 3% is added when using cards.

The shelter is partnered with PetSmart and has total access to the Cat Adoption Center located on Epps Bridge Road and with the store supplying all food, litter, cleaning materials, and volunteers cleaning, the shelter is able to adopt these cats at a reduced price; $50. This discount applies to animals at PetSmart only, unless otherwise noted.

To view the shelter's animal inventory, please go to: petango.com/oconeecountyanimalcontrol

If you have any difficulty navigating the page, please feel free to contact the shelter at your earliest convenience. 706.769.3956

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1. Why are you closed on Wednesdays?
2. What do the pet adoption fees include?
3. How can I help to support the Animal Control Shelter?
4. What action should I take when finding an injured pet animal?
5. How can I protect my family and pets from rabies?
6. My pet was impounded. How do I reclaim my animal and what will it cost?
7. How do I register an animal nuisance complaint such as barking or other vocalizing?
8. Do you accept volunteers at the Animal Shelter?
9. What is the best way to contact Animal Services in the case of an animal problem?
10. What do I do if I see a sick or injured wild animal?
11. How do I report a lost or found animal?
12. How can I report animal cruelty or neglect?
13. I am no longer able to care for my pet. How do I surrender it to the Animal Shelter?