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Animal Shelters in Louisiana by Name   (Page 6 of 8)

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Org # 2661 RescuePictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Pet Adoption Services Inc

Pet Adoption Services, Inc. is a non-profit all breed cat and dog rescue organization in New Orleans. Supported by over 20 volunteer members, Pet Adoption Services was founded in 1996, although some of our members have been involved in rescue for as long as 20 years. Our mission is to secure loving permanent homes for homeless, abandoned or abused cats and dogs of all breeds. While awaiting adoption, our animals live in the homes of one of our foster parents. During this time the animals receive any necessary veterinary care, including but not limited to, vaccinations, spaying or neutering and perhaps heartworm treatment. Our experienced foster parents continually assess each pet's personality and temperament allowing us to place adoptable cats and dogs in just the right permanent home. Pet Adoption Services participates in adoption days during which time, potential adopters get the opportunity to meet and spend time with the animals in a "real life" situation. Pet Adoption Services holds several fundraisers throughout the calendar year so that we can continue to meet the needs of homeless animals. Generous donations by persons committed to the cause of animal rescue are also essential to our economic survival.
PO box 1522, Marrero LA US 70073
http://www.petadoptionservices.org Email: homes4pets@cox.net Email2: adoptarescue@cox.net
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Org # 2107 ShelterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Riverlands SPCA

Our Mission The Riverlands SPCA is dedicated to eliminating animal suffering, specifically cats and dogs. We are dedicated to eliminating pet overpopulation. We strongly urge every pet owner to spay and/or neuter their pet(s). We support legislation intent on eliminating cruelty to animals. Also, we supports laws that prohibit animal fighting, especially dog fighting. We work to reduce the number of cats living in feral cat colonies by capture, spay, and release. We investigate animal cruelty allegations and strongly support the prosecution of offenders. We rescue animals that are abandoned, injured, abused, or just homeless. Our members toil daily to find a suitable companion for all of our resident animals. At present, we do not own or operate a facility. Our resident animals live in foster homes, veterinarian's offices, or professional kennels. Our long-term goal is to build and operate an ultra-modern animal welfare center that offers free or low cost sterilization and/or immunization for pet owners with low income
PO Box 223, LaPlace LA US 70069 Ph:(985)652-7722
http://www.riverlandsspca.org Email: execdir@riverlandsspca.org
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Org # 2109 Animal ControlPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

ROICY DUHON ANIMAL CONTROL CENTER

We are an euthanizing shelter due to over population in our parish (county) and are governed by the City-Parish Police Department. Our official name is the Roicy Duhon Animal Control Center, named after a dedicated worker, friend, coach, and community member who passed away. We receive many animals in our shelter each day. From lost and found pets to strays and pregnant moms, we accept any and all animals who need a home. Unfortunately, due to space limitations, we are not able to house all the animals that pass through our doors. Each day, some of the animals are available on a first-come, first serve basis during the hours we are open. Sorry, but we DO NOT offer Pit Bull or Chow dogs for adoption to the general public. While many of the animals turned in to the center do not have history or health records, they deserve a second chance. We cannot guarantee a pet's health, nor provide any medical information such as previous vaccinations or problems, however, we recommend that any animals that you adopt receive a general health check by a veterinarian within a 72 hour period. If the animal has medical problems, we will accept the animal back at the center and refund the adoption fee
613 Pont Des Mouton Road, Lafayette LA US 70507 Ph:(337)291-5645
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/LA40.html Email: sellinglafayette@hotmail.com Email2: dhpayne@cox-internet.com
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Sherwood South Animal Hospital

Who We Are Sherwood South Animal Hospital is a large veterinary hospital in the Baton Rouge area. We are a full service veterinary hospital that works to provide the best medical, surgical, and boarding services available to our clients. Our hospital works with individuals in the community to rescue and find forever homes for many animals. We rescue these animals, perform necessary medical treatments, routine testing, vaccinations, flea treatment, and spay/neuter prior to adoption. Our goal as an animal hospital, is to provide healthy animals to potential adopters who will give them loving, permanent homes.
3803 S. Sherwood Forest Blvd., Baton Rouge LA US 70816 Ph:(225)293-6440
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Southern Animal Foundation

Southern Animal Foundation is a no-kill, 501(c)3 non profit, animal rescue, shelter, and adoption agency established in 1995 and is located in New Orleans, LA. Our purpose is to rescue companion animals abandoned to the city streets who face no other alternative, but a slow, painful death due to heartworms, other diseases, and eventual euthanasia by animal control facilities. We also provide animals with veterinary care including spay/neuter, and foster care homes until the pets are adopted into permanent homes. SAF rescues animals who are in need, due to abandonment, abuse, or medical emergency. We are a no-kill shelter that does not euthanize animals due to lack of space or time. We're also home to the Frances McDonough Memorial Clinic - a FULL SERVICE veterinary clinic, offering low-cost services like spay & neuter.
1823 Magazine St, New Orleans LA US 70130 Ph:(504)671-8235
http://www.SouthernAnimalFoundation.org Email: animallover@southernanimalfoundation.org
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Org # 2165 OtherPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

Southwest Louisiana Large Breed Rescue

Mission Statement: Is to assist in the placement of Large Breed Dogs in Louisiana. Large Breed Rescue is a web listing service for all Large Breed Dogs needing to find Forever homes. Adopting a friend All adoptions fees are set by the dog's rescuer. Fees usually range from $65-00 - $150.00. All dogs are spayed/ neutered, current on all inoculations and heartworm free. All dogs also receive heartworm prevention every month
PO Box 12765, Lake Charles LA US 70612 Ph:(337)855-9838
http://www.largebreedrescue.com Email: Mprop44@aol.com
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Org # 2645 FosterHomesOtherPictures of Animals for AdoptionView Adoptable Cats

SpayMart

Who We Are SpayMart is a local, all volunteer-based, nonprofit, humane organization started specifically to establish high-volume, low-cost spay/neuter and adoption programs with the mission of solving the pet overpopulation crisis in the city. SpayMart partners with area shelters & local humane groups to deliver proactive, results-oriented programs to help our shelters achieve the collective goal of zero-euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals. Utilizing existing veterinary clinics, SpayMart has been operating feral cat programs for over five years to help control reproduction in feral cat colonies. The feral cat program has been funded entirely by donations and supplemented by proceeds from the adoption of kittens. SpayMart does not operate a shelter facility, but does have a foster care program where animals are cared for while they await adoption
PO Box 6493, Metairie LA US 70009 Ph:(504)838-9167
http://www.spaymart.org Email: spaymart@yahoo.com
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Org # 2169 ShelterPictures of Animals for AdoptionView ALL Adoptable Animals

St John Parish Animal Shelter

The adoption fees at the St. John Parish Animal Shelter are $75.00. The fees pay for Spay/Neuter, rabies and basic vaccinations, Heartworm check and micro-chipping. The vaccinations and spay/neuter are required by the state prior to the release of any animal from a shelter. The micro-chipping will make sure the owner is in compliance with state law for identification required on an animal. Tags and tattoos also bring the animal in compliance, but tags can be lost, removed or stolen and tattoos have higher health risks. Note that micro-chipping does not remove the requirement that rabies tags be attached to a collar on the animal. The Shelter is now offering micro-chipping to the public for a charge of $15, which includes registration. The micro-chipping will be available at the shelter between the hours of 1 P.M. and 3 P.M. Tuesday through Saturday, with the exception of holidays. STATE LAW RS 3:2472 STERILIZATION REQUIRED A Provision providing for the sterilization of all dogs and cats released for adoption or purchased from any public or private animal shelter or animal control agency operated by a humane society, parish city or other political division by providing sterilization by a licensed veterinarian before relinquishing custody of the animal.
124 Water Plant Road, LaPlace LA US 70068 Ph:(985)651-7387
http://www.petfinder.org/shelters/LA82.html Email: lfasm@rtconline.com
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St Tammany Parish Department of Animal Services

Who We Are We are funded through the St. Tammany Parish government to house and take care of all stray and unwanted animals in the parish and also to battle cruelty cases in the area. Adopting a friend Our adoption fee is as follows: $65.00 for dogs and $40.00 for cats. With our adoption the animals are microchipped, spay/neutered, tested for heartworms or feline leukemia and fully vaccinated with parish licensure. Come Visit Us! Our hours of operation are Monday- Friday 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. and Saturday from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. St. Tammany Parish Department of Animal Services 25026 highway 36 Abita Springs, LA 70420 Phone: 985-809-0183 Fax: 985-809-0284
25026 highway 36, Abita Springs LA US 70420 Ph:(985)809-0183Fax:(985)809-0284
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St. Charles Parish Animal Shelter Humane Society

The St. Charles Humane Society was formed with a Vision to establish humane treatment of animals and create an adoption and sterilization program at the St. Charles Animal Control Center in Luling. The shelter had been built in the early 1980s for the sole purpose of picking up abandoned, stray and unwanted pets. The outcome for 98% of these animals was euthanasia. St. Charles Humane Society began recruiting residents, businesses and garnered St. Charles Parish Council support to turn the Vision into reality. In October 1993, the Board of Directors was established with a small base of dedicated volunteers. A contract between the Parish and the Society took over a year to develop. Upon approval by the 1993 Council, the volunteers moved into an office at the shelter. The dedication of all members has led to one of the most professional and successful humane groups in Louisiana. Many unforeseen goals have been obtained since the inception of the society. A cruelty investigator was initiated within the Sheriffs Department at the request of the Society and abuse calls were finally taken seriously. In 1996 and 2003, the St. Charles Humane Society helped implement animal ordinances to protect animals, promote responsibility for pet ownership and protect residents from dangerous animals. In 2000, a supervisor of the shelter was granted through Parish Council approval. Since that time, numerous improvements have been made to the shelter. A separate room for cats and kittens; platforms for the dogs to get off the cold concrete and stay dry and warm. In May 2003, a surgery and exam room was created with the help of a grant from PETsMART Charities. A giant step for spaying and neutering animals before they leave the shelter and; finally, a way of taking care of all the animals at the shelter. Healthy animals slated for euthanasia are sterilized and have a second chance. Diseased animals are euthanized immediately and do not languish at the shelter. The society became a PETsMART Partner in 1999 and in 2003 the St. Charles Humane Society became the sole group for adoptions. Ten cats are available at the store every day of the week and the Society brings in dogs on the weekends.
13875 Frere Street, Luling LA US 70047 Ph:(985)785-9136
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