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Pets Out of Time at Spotsylvania Animal Shelter, Fredericksburg, VA
We are operated by the Spotsylvania Sheriff Office. We are striving for "No Kill", our mission began September 2013. We house all animals, appropriate, that are collected by Spotsylvania deputies or county/city residents. 2014 Live Release Rate 93%. For more information, feel free to contact us. If you are interested in becoming a foster home, please contact us for more information. Below is the current list of dogs needing homes or rescue. Click on the dogs picture or ID# to see more information and a larger photo. To see more dogs click on 'Next 5' (bottom right).
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar and click on 'Next 5' (bottom right) to see more dogs. In the search engine change the Animal to cat then click on the red Go button to see the list of cats needing homes.We are a county facility, we try to find all the animals a loving, lifelong home. Please phone us if you can save a life. Click here for adoption conditions and fees. Donations required
We are in need of: blankets, towels, sheets, dog toys, treats (dog and cat), cat toys, play toys designed for puppies, cat litter. Plug-in air fresheners. Anything you can donate would be greatly appreciated. Click here to see more dogs, cats and rabbits at Spotsylvania Animal Shelter Come Visit Us!
Office: 8am - 4:30pm
Kennel Area and Adoptions: 12pm - 4pm
Sunday - closed Spotsylvania Animal Shelter
450 Tv Drive
Fredericksburg, VA 22408
Phone (540) 507-7459
Fax (540) 891-9705
How close are we to you? Click on this link and put your town and state or zip code in the box at the bottom of the page then click on the Get Directions button.
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