Looking for a new friend? One of our main goals is the placement of animals into suitable homes.
The animals shown on this page either belong to PCHS or Pulaski County Animal Control. Please read their descriptions carefully before submitting an adoption application!
Animals that are under the control of the Pulaski County Humane Society:
These animals are located in private foster homes, our designated dog kennels at the shelter, or in the PCHS Cat Condo. PCHS cats are spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated (FVRCP & rabies), negative for FELV/FIV/HW, and given Frontline and Drontal prior to adoption. All PCHS dogs are spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated (DHPP & rabies), negative for heartworm, tested for Lymes/Anaplasmosis/Erlichia (treated if positive), and given Frontline and Drontal prior to adoption. PCHS animals are safe from euthanasia, but adopting one still saves a life because you'll open up a spot for us to transfer another animal from animal control.
Animals that are under the control of the Pulaski County Animal Control:
These animals are at risk of euthanasia, so you must act quickly if you're interested in adopting! Dogs and cats are vaccinated, and proof of spay or neuter is required if a pet is not altered prior to adoption (we can help you schedule an appointment for surgery). Animal Control animals are transferred to PCHS as space allows, so if the animal's status has changed, we'll let you know when you apply for adoption.
Although we try to be as accurate as possible, we cannot guarantee the breed or full-grown adult size of any of our dogs or puppies. Because many of these dogs were found as strays or are the result of irresponsible, unplanned breeding, we do not know the dog's exact background and can only list breed and size by our best educated guess. If exact breed and size are important to you, please consider adopting a dog from a specific breed rescue--we work with several of these and would be happy to provide you with their information! We want our dogs to be adopted by people who will love and care for them forever for who they are - no matter what breed and size they turn out to be!