The City of Daphne Dr. Albert Corte, Jr. Animal Shelter takes in about 800 to 1000 animals every year. Most have either strayed from their homes or been abandoned. About a third are adopted, rescued or reclaimed. Adopting an animal from the shelter can literally save its life, and our adoptions are relatively inexpensive. You may visit and adopt an animal during kennel hours or at special events.
To adopt an animal you must: Be at least 18 years old & be able to provide verifiable identification; Guarantee adequate exercise, food, water, shelter, vaccinations, medical care, grooming, identification, lifelong care and love for your new pet; If you rent, provide permission for a pet from the owner or manager of your rental unit; Adhere to state and local ordinances pertaining to animal care and control. Adoption fees for dogs and cats include the cost of the surgical sterilization of the animal (for dogs & cats over 4 months). New pet owners incur the cost for heart worm test, first distemper/parvo vaccination, deworming and rabies vaccination. If the animal is already spayed or neutered, the adoption fee is only $25
Fairhope AL 36532 | 4.5 miles away
The Baldwin Humane Society, formerly BARC, is a no-kill adoption agency. Established in 1979, we were the first animal advocacy group in Baldwin County. Our goal is to eliminate the number of abused and abandoned pets through spay/neuter, education, rescue and adoption. As a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, we rely entirely upon donations and do not receive any government funding. We rescue, rehabilitate,
Fairhope AL 36532 | 4.6 miles away
The Fairhope Cat Coalition has its beginning with concerned citizens feeding cats and kittens that were abandoned in several public areas in Fairhope. In the year 2000, several citizens began to formalize the feeding program to ensure the cats were feed on a regular basis. In conjunction with the Baldwin County Humane Society and local area veterinarians, the group began a program to humanely tr
Fairhope AL 36532 | 5.7 miles away
The Haven is a no-kill animal shelter that has been recognized for having one of the highest save rates in the state of Alabama. Because of this, many people want to bring their pets to us that they can no longer keep or strays they have found to us as an alternative to bringing them to an open admission animal control shelter. The Haven would love to be able to help every animal, but we must rema
Loxley AL 36551 | 9 miles away
Summerdale AL 36580 | 12.3 miles away
At BCAS, we are engaging the community to help the animals of Baldwin County. We are devoted to the humane and high quality care of the animals in our shelter.
Summerdale AL 36580 | 13.8 miles away
Our mission and vision is to save animals of all sizes and all species by placing them into loving, forever homes. We are an all-volunteer, foster home based, certified 501(c)(3) animal rescue organization based in South Alabama. We do not have a facility. Instead, we operate primarily through our foster homes, Facebook, Petfinder and at adoption events. The majority of our animals come from shelt
Magnolia Springs AL 36555 | 14.9 miles away
“All About Dogs Coastal Rescue” is a nonprofit 501(c)3 Rescue and Adoption Organization established October 2011. It is an all volunteer group of dedicated animal lovers committed to rescue, rehabilitate and find homes for abused and abandoned dogs in South Baldwin County Alabama. Our efforts in taking dogs into our program will help reduce the number of healthy dogs euthanized at local shelt
Magnolia Springs AL 36555 | 15.1 miles away
The Stray Love Foundation is a 501c3 nonprofit animal advocacy organization tasked with pursuing the health and welfare of animals in the South Alabama region. The organization began formally advocating for the local animal community in 2010 and, as a foster based animal rescue group has since placed over 1,200 animals in stable, safe and loving homes locally and throughout the country.