Find Tyler 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.
Selma Animal Shelter 206 Medical Center Parkway Selma AL 36701 11.4 miles from Tyler 334-877-2204
Central Alabama Animal Shelter 3274 County Road 81 Valley Grande AL 36703 12.9 miles from Tyler 334-872-5683
Montgomery Animal Control 320 North Ripley Street Montgomery AL 36104 34.1 miles from Tyler 334-241-2970
Chilton County Humane Society 139 Shade Tree Drive Clanton AL 35045 36.3 miles from Tyler 205-755-9170
Butler County Humane Society PO Box 264 Greenville AL 36037 37.1 miles from Tyler 334-210-7600
Montgomery Humane Society 1150 John Overton Drive Montgomery AL 36110 37.1 miles from Tyler 334-409-0622
Greenville Animal Shelter 1310 East Commerce Street Greenville AL 36037 38.6 miles from Tyler 334-382-7806
Bullock County Humane Society 5809 Hyde Park Drive Montgomery AL 36117 39.9 miles from Tyler 334-738-2432
Wetumpka Animal Control 208 Marshall Street Wetumpka AL 36092 41.6 miles from Tyler 334-567-1327
Alabama Boxer Rescue and Adoption, Inc. 103 Chattahoochee Drive Montgomery AL 36117 42.7 miles from Tyler 334-272-2590
The Humane Society Of Elmore County 255 Central Plank Road Wetumpka AL 36092 43.1 miles from Tyler 334-567-3377
Hale County Animal Shelter 20 Correction Drive Greensboro AL 36744 50.5 miles from Tyler 334-624-8120
Montevallo Humane Society 545 Main Street Montevallo AL 35115 52.5 miles from Tyler 205-665-1264
Boykin Spaniel Rescue 366 Lake Shore Drive Shelby AL 35143 54.2 miles from Tyler 205-669-0580
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.