Gadsden County Humane Society PO Box 1195 Quincy FL 32353 9.3 miles from Greensboro 850-539-0505
Gadsden County Animal Control 1995 Selman Road Quincy FL 32351 12.9 miles from Greensboro 850-875-4979
Humane Society 1350 Cox Avenue Bainbridge GA 39819 23.7 miles from Greensboro 229-246-0101
Leon County Humane Society 413 Timberlane Road Tallahassee FL 32312 28.1 miles from Greensboro 850-224-9193
Tallahassee-Leon Community Animal Service Center 1125 Easterwood Drive Tallahassee FL 32311 32.2 miles from Greensboro 850-891-2950
Converse County Animal Shelter 2068 Crawfordville Highway Crawfordville FL 32327 33.3 miles from Greensboro
Partners For Pet Adoption Center 4011 Maintenance Drive Marianna FL 32448 33.5 miles from Greensboro 850-482-4570
Wakulla County Animal Shelter 1 Oak Street Crawfordville FL 32327 33.8 miles from Greensboro 850-926-0902
Tallahassee Collie Rescue 7431 Skipper Lane Tallahassee FL 32317 35.7 miles from Greensboro 850-942-7833
Big Dog Rescue 9019 Reshard Lane Tallahassee FL 32309 36.8 miles from Greensboro 850-562-3200
Dirty Sallys Pet Pals 2390 Grimsley Road Gordon AL 36343 38.3 miles from Greensboro 334-522-3132
Grady County Animal Control LIVESTOCK PAVILION Rd Cairo GA 39828 39.5 miles from Greensboro 229-377-3425
Second Chance Animal Rescue 1660 Ridge Road Cairo GA 39827 41.1 miles from Greensboro 229-224-8393
Household animals that no longer have homes are often brought to animal shelters. Animal shelters are safe places to bring animals that are abandoned or lost. Many shelters will also take in animals that are sick or injured. In some areas of the U.S., humane societies will also provide shelter for animals. Shelters often serve as pet adoption centers. Animal shelters are also open to household pets taken from owners who can no longer care for them, those who have mistreated them, or those who have violated animal welfare laws.
Shelters provide animal care, rescue, and animal control. They assist with adopting dogs, cats, and other pets. They also may offer services like spaying or neutering. Shelters may offer adoption. Local and county governments fund some dog pounds and animal shelters, while volunteers and donations provide further support.