Consider making a donation to any of our services. Mant of the services we provide are run solely on donations since we cannot use our yearly budget.
Learn about our Free rabies vaccine clinics every second Saturday of each month. Get the details about where, when, what to bring, and the easy process.
Pet licensing is required within City of Charlotte and Mecklenburg County for all dogs, cats, ferrets starting at 4 months of age and must have proof of a current rabies vaccine to apply or update.
Apply or pay online for ownership permits as well as, pay citations. Permits are required to house 3 or more pets outdoors (dogs, cats, and others) as well as any livestock or farm animals.
Apply online for Spay/Neuter services when public space is available. We highly encourage spaying female and neutering male pets to help curb pet overpopulation, prevent dangerous roaming, and to help provide a longer, healthier life.
Our events listed for the next month is found here. Have an event coming up? Send us an online request form if you would like us to attend!
Request classes for pet owners and future owners to learn about the full responsibility of proper pet care and ownership along with understanding dog body language and how to prevent bites/attacks when faced with a loose dog. For all ages.
Learn about the policies and regulations regarding our ability to provide traps for cats or wildlife in the local community.
Learn about the many local resources to help you rehome your pet on your own. Although, we do offer pet surrender services, when we have space, we urge owners to leave us as a last resort.
Search the most common laws within the Charlotte-Mecklenburg ordinance like bites, cruelty, deceased animals, leash law and tethering, nuisance animals, and more.
Search a list of frequently asked questions about laws, procedures in special situations, how to place calls for service, and other services we provide.