Lower Peach Tree Animal Shelter

Find Lower Peach Tree Alabama animal shelters, puppy dog and cat shelters, pet adoption centers, dog pounds, and humane societies. Animal shelters provide information on adopting dogs, cats, and pets, animal care and rescue, and animal control.

Clarke County Animal Shelter 169 Grove Hill Avenue Grove Hill AL 36451 17.3 miles from Lower Peach Tree 251-275-1055

Monroe County Animal Shelter 2265 Highway 47 Monroeville AL 36460 25.1 miles from Lower Peach Tree 334-575-3427

Jackson Animal Control 3748 North College Avenue Jackson AL 36545 27.8 miles from Lower Peach Tree 251-246-5216

Conecuh County Humane Society 154 Liberty Hill Place Evergreen AL 36401 43.4 miles from Lower Peach Tree 251-578-3046

Evergreen Animal Shelter PO Box 229 Evergreen AL 36401 44.1 miles from Lower Peach Tree 334-578-7217

Demopolis Animal Control 809 East Jackson Street Demopolis AL 36732 49.2 miles from Lower Peach Tree 334-287-2769

Selma Animal Shelter 206 Medical Center Parkway Selma AL 36701 49.7 miles from Lower Peach Tree 334-877-2204

Butler County Humane Society PO Box 264 Greenville AL 36037 53.3 miles from Lower Peach Tree 334-210-7600

Greenville Animal Shelter 1310 East Commerce Street Greenville AL 36037 55.1 miles from Lower Peach Tree 334-382-7806

What is an Animal Shelter?

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.