Managed by LifeLine Animal Project, Fulton County Animal Services provides a humane environment for Fulton County’s homeless pets, seeks to place them into loving, permanent homes and enforces the animal control laws of Fulton County, GA. We are your local, county animal shelter. Please help save the animals in your community by adopting a wonderful cat, dog, puppy or kitten from us.
Spring into Adoption!
All dog and cat adoption fees are only $25 during the month of April at Fulton County Animal Services for our Spring into Adoption special! Adoption includes spay/neuter, microchip, vaccinations, and more! What a great deal to find the pet of your dreams! Note: All standard adoption screening criteria still applies. Check out our adoptables today!
Denim & Doggies Fundraiser and Adoption Event!
We will be holding an adoption and fundraising event at Lenox Square on April 19th. The event will be located right outside of the Bloomingdale’s men’s department, where customers can meet some of the great shelter animals from FCAS! Canine Dimensions obedience trainers will also be onsite to give advice to potential adopters that day. Bloomingdales is also giving shoppers an opportunity to raise money to help our homeless pets! Here’s how it works:
- Make a purchase at Bloomingdale's on April 19, and ask for a duplicate receipt.
- Then put your receipt in one of the collection bowls, located next to the Men’s Denim cash register on Level 1 or the Women’s Denim cash register on Level 2 (opposite Fine Jewelry).
- Bloomingdale's will donate 10% OF ALL SALES RECEIPTS collected in the bowls that day towards our lifesaving efforts!
So come out to Bloomingdale's on April 19th to shop, adopt and raise money for our great animals!
Thinking of adding a pet to your family? Fulton County Animal Services has many happy, healthy animals just waiting for someone to take them home. All of our pets are fully vaccinated, spayed or neutered, and microchipped. Check out some of our available pets and find your next best friend.
Fulton County Animal Control Officers enforce County animal ordinances and fight animal cruelty. Animal Control Officers are available Monday-Friday, 8am - 8pm, and are on call 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for emergencies.
Licensing your pet helps insure that Animal Control Officers contact you if your pet becomes lost. Additionally, your pet's license fee helps all lost pets receive shelter and medical care while waiting to be reunited with their owners.