Vance County – Vance County Animal Control Shelter
Vance County Animal Control Shelter is amazing. The Chief of Animal Services and the Shelter Staff do not know any limits when it comes to helping people and pets in their County. The people under the roof of this Shelter are a resource to anyone and everyone and there is nothing they will not do to help either people or pets. This is an open admission shelter in a rural part of NC and they work to do whatever it takes to make sure each adoptable dog and cat can find a new Forever Home!
Community Partnership for Pets, Inc. (CPPI) is helping the Vance County Animal Control Shelter with funding so they can make sure no family who wants to spay/neuter their pets will be turned away due to funding. With regular rabies clinics, microchipping and a new pet tag machine, they are pro-active in keeping pets healthy and ensuring that lost pets are reunited with their owners.
They are also our Celebrity-Shelter ! With Chad Olds, Animal Control Officer, who plays his guitar to calm those at the Shelter (both people and pets). Chad’s viral videos of his music at the Shelter has been featured on Good Morning America, Alan Jackson’s facebook page (yes, that Alan Jackson) , IHeart radio and stories in local Raleigh NC newspapers, to mention a few.
If you are a Vance County resident and want to spay/neuter your pet,
please call 252 492 3136.
This is Chief Frankie Nobles of Vance County Animal Services. He has a huge heart for the animals that enter the Shelter and he and his staff work tirelessly to make sure as many as possible will find loving, forever homes. We thank Frankie and everyone working with and helping the Vance County Animal Shelter.
One of the cuties at the Vance County Animal Shelter. To ensure as many puppies and kittens find forever homes,
Community Partnership for Pets and the Vance County Animal Shelter are working together to spay/neuter as many pets as possible. We can never solve the problem to too many homeless animals until we have a solid spay/neuter program in place along with rescue/adoption.
The Vance County Animal Shelter has improved a fenced in area with ramps, edible plants and this area is now called the Enrichment Garden. This is a wonderful place where dogs can relax and have down-time vs. being in the Shelter all day. Looks like we have a happy customer here.
The SNAP-NC Van (Spay/Neuter Assistance Program of NC) comes to Vance County regular and does approximately 30 surgeries per day. Families are very happy to have this service available, because families know that spay/neuter ‘saves lives’.
Pet owners who had their pets fixed using the SNAP-NC van.
Vance County Animal Shelter sponsored a Veteran’s Walk to celebrate all they have done for our Country. The event includes many activities and adoptions.