Insurance & Wellness Exam
All adoptions come with a free wellness exam
from any veterinarian within Clark County.
Also included is a 30 day insurance policy
designed specifically for shelter adoptions.
Please feel free to contact the shelter
with any questions you may have.
(937)399-2917 x 17. Questions
regarding Prison Dogs should be
referred to our P.E.T.S. Page, or to the
Shelter Coordinator at
(937)399-2917 x. 14.
These prices are for stray animals brought into the shelter (by a Dog Warden or by a good
samaritan) that are to be redeemed by the rightful owner.
Example: Your dog was brought in on the 1st, and it is now the 5th. The dog has been
here a total of 5 days. The redemption amount would be $80.00.
A regular dog adoption is:
(This price includes the
current year’s Dog License)
Also included is a “Spay & Neuter” deposit. You have 90 days to have your new pet spayed or neutered. Once we have
confirmed the procedure with
your vet, you will be issued a
check for $30.00 within 30 days.
Void on previously altered dogs.
In addition to redemption your dog will need a current Dog License, and you will be
responsible for any and all vetting that was administered to keep your animal safe while
here. If your animal is here beyond the 72 hour hold time required by law, it may be
spayed or neutered and heartworm tested in preparation for adoption. You would be
responsible for these additional costs as well.
The Humane Society Serving Clark County reserves the right to charge an emergency fee
for calls outside of normal business hours. This will vary on severity of the situation.
Please bring the following with you for redemption of your animal:
A regular cat adoption is:
** Special Pricing**
All cats have been previously spayed or neutered, vaccinated, and tested for Feline Leukemia and Feline AIDS.
There are many times when we have other animals that do not fit into a “normal” selection of pets. Guinea Pigs, birds, snakes, turtles, and many other species are in & out of the shelter everyday.
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