Pets in our Shelter
Animals coming into the Animal Control Shelter for the most part are stray or abandoned. There is little or no known information about these animals. Stray/abandoned animals are normally held seven to ten days at the shelter waiting for their owner to claim them, after which time they become available for adoption.
If you see your pet on this web page, or see one you may be interested in adopting, please contact the shelter at 517-543-5755 ext 1, during regular business hours. While we make every effort to post pictures as soon as possible, there may be animals in the shelter that are not yet posted. If you are missing a pet that is not shown below please call or stop into the Shelter.
ADOPTION FEE: $150
PETS CURRENTLY AT SHELTER
D-258 ADULT FEMALE
D-255 ADULT FEMALE
D-254 PUPPY FEMALE
D-253 ADULT MALE
D-252 ADULT NEUTERED MALE
D-251 ADULT FEMALE
"Earl" ADULT NEUTERED MALE *available for adoption*
"Lucy" ADULT SPAYED FEMALE *available for adoption*
"Bear" ADULT NEUTERED MALE *available for adoption*
"Red" ADULT NEUTERED MALE *available for adoption*
"Bella" ADULT SPAYED FEMALE *available for adoption*
Adoption - Clinics
Every Saturday at Pet Smart in Lansing off from Saginaw Hwy and at the Petco in East Lansing.
Call Eaton County Humane Society for more information at 269-749-9440.
756 Courthouse Drive
Charlotte, MI 48813
*Animal Control Officers handled over 2000 complaints in 2012
Services Provided by Animal Control Include:
- Stray/Abandoned Dogs
- Dogs/Livestock At Large
- Dog Licensing
- Animal Bites/Vicious Animals
- Animal Cruelty/Abuse/Neglect Investigations
- Animal Adoptions
Eaton County Animal Control is currently seeking volunteers to transport animals to and from the Capital Area Humane Society Spay and Neuter Clinic in Lansing. If interested, please call the shelter for details. (517) 543-5755 ext. 1
IT'S TIME TO RENEW YOUR DOG LICENSES!
Licensing Requirements: All citizens in the state of Michigan are required to license their dogs four months or older. A current rabies vaccination certificate from a licensed Michigan Veterinarian is required in order to license dogs. There is no reciprocity for out of state dog licenses, however, dog licenses from other Michigan counties are recognized. The deadline for a dog license purchase is May 31st of the current year.
EATON COUNTY TO CONDUCT DOG CENSUS