Huntsville Animal Services invites public to ‘Spot & Adopt Your Summer Sidekick’

May 21, 2024 Click to view Huntsville Animal Services invites public to ‘Spot & Adopt Your Summer Sidekick’

Calling all grill masters! Need a cute face staring up at you this summer, hoping a burger or hot dog rolls off your spatula? If so, Huntsville Animal Services has a deal for you. From now through the end of the month, the shelter is waiving fees on most adult dogs and cats as part of a Spot and Adopt Your Summer Sidekick campaign. Some exclusions apply. To help kick off the [more]

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Adopt a Shelter Pet Day: Help Huntsville Animal Services clear the kennels

April 30, 2024 Click to view Adopt a Shelter Pet Day: Help Huntsville Animal Services clear the kennels

In the market for a new fur-ever friend? There are plenty available for adoption as Huntsville Animal Services seeks to clear the kennels for National Adopt a Shelter Pet Day, observed annually on April 30. Animal Services Interim Director Virgie Graham said the shelter is full after taking in 70 dogs last week. Beginning Friday, May 3, the shelter is waiving fees on most adult dogs and cats through Saturday, May [more]

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City of Huntsville announces Good Friday closures

March 26, 2024 Click to view City of Huntsville announces Good Friday closures

The City of Huntsville’s municipal offices and Municipal Court will close Friday, March 29, in observance of Good Friday. City offices will reopen Monday, April 1, at 8 a.m. Because garbage collection occurs Monday-Thursday, there is no change to service. Huntsville Transit will operate a normal schedule on Friday for both Orbit fixed-route buses and Access paratransit services. Huntsville Parks & Recreation facilities will be closed Friday but will operate on a normal schedule Saturday. [more]

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Kitten Season is coming – beat the heat by spaying and neutering your cat

March 21, 2024 Click to view Kitten Season is coming – beat the heat by spaying and neutering your cat

Every spring and summer, Huntsville Animal Services sees a dramatic increase in the number of kittens being dropped off at the shelter. It’s a challenge because multiple litters of young kittens require extra care and neonatal attention. Unfortunately, there are never enough homes or foster families for all the kittens born during the peak kitten season. Beat the Heat: Spay & Neuter To head off the late winter breeding cycle, there [more]

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Your Lucky Charm may be waiting at Huntsville Animal Services

March 7, 2024 Click to view Your Lucky Charm may be waiting at Huntsville Animal Services

If you’re searching for your lucky charm this March, look no further than the four-legged friends available for adoption at Huntsville Animal Services. During the month of March, Animal Services is waiving adoption fees for most adult dogs to encourage adoptions. “We believe the luckiest a dog can get is to find a good home,” said Animal Services Interim Director Virgie Graham. “We have dogs eager to be companions and more than [more]

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Contact
  • Phone:

    256-883-3782

  • Address:

    Huntsville Animal Shelter

    4950 Triana Blvd SW

    Huntsville, AL 35805

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  • Email:

    Animals@HuntsvilleAL.gov

  • Hours:

    Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

    Tuesday, 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.

    Saturday, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m.

Report a Complaint

Concerns about an animal, as well as animal-related noise complaints, can be filed online through Huntsville Connect. Residents who suspect or see owner neglect and abuse are encouraged to call 256-883-3782 and report the issue immediately. If the situation is an emergency, please call 911.