Find Shiloh Tennessee 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.
Hardin County Humane Society, Inc. PO Box 874 Savannah TN 38372 10.2 miles from Shiloh 731-925-5507
Corinth Alcorn County Humane Shelter 3825 Proper Street Corinth MS 38834 14.3 miles from Shiloh 662-284-9787
Booneville Animal Shelter 200 Townhouse Drive Booneville MS 38829 31.8 miles from Shiloh 662-720-1033
Lexington Animal Shelter 78 Mig Drive Lexington TN 38351 35.4 miles from Shiloh 731-249-9443
Hardeman County Pound 300 East Jackson Street Bolivar TN 38008 36.5 miles from Shiloh 901-658-5291
Tri-County Animal Clinic 415 Waynesboro Highway Waynesboro TN 38485 37.4 miles from Shiloh 931-722-9240
Jackson Madison County Humane Society 3107 Paul Coffman Drive Jackson TN 38301 41.4 miles from Shiloh 731-422-5366
Friends for Animals 156 May Rd Ripley MS 38663 41.8 miles from Shiloh 662-837-8418
Lauderdale County Humane Society PO Box 2276 Florence AL 35630 44.0 miles from Shiloh
Baldwyn Animal Control 102 Front Street South Baldwyn MS 38824 44.6 miles from Shiloh 662-365-2333
Florence - Lauderdale County Animal Control 702 East College Street Florence AL 35630 44.9 miles from Shiloh 256-760-6676
Perry County Humane Society PO Box 114 Linden TN 37096 45.1 miles from Shiloh 931-593-2674
Madison County Animal Control 146 Miller Avenue Jackson TN 38305 45.9 miles from Shiloh 731-668-4211
Keg Animal Rescue PO Box 13 Jackson TN 38302 46.1 miles from Shiloh 731-664-1313
Hardman County Humane Society 109 East Main Street Whiteville TN 38075 46.8 miles from Shiloh 731-254-9777
Colbert County Animal Control 5010 Missouri Street Tuscumbia AL 35674 48.6 miles from Shiloh 256-381-4073
Some animals are brought to shelters by owners who cannot care for them. Others are rescued from abuse or neglect. Stray or lost animals may be brought to shelters by the general public or animal control agencies.
Some shelters have a firm no-kill policy and will strive to find homes for every animal they receive. Due to limited space and resources, other shelters may have to euthanize certain animals that are less suitable for adoption because of health or behavioral issues. Animal control agencies may euthanize animals that have not been adopted within a certain timeframe or animals that have shown aggression.
Generally, any member of the public may adopt a pet from an Animal Shelter. Some Animal Shelters will first screen or interview an individual in order to assess their suitability as a pet owner.