Help Empty the Oakland County Animal Shelter May 2-6

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Are you ready to give an adorable dog or cat a furever home and family? Join the Oakland County Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center from May 2-6 for the BISSELL Empty the Shelter Adoption Event sponsored by BISSELL Pet Foundation.

Dog adoptions are $25, and cat adoptions are $15. All adoptable dogs and cats can be found online on the Oakland County Pet Finder page. To adopt a pet, you must first submit an adoption application. Schedule an adoption appointment at the shelter by calling 248-858-1297.

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Oakland County, It’s Time to Renew your Dog License!

It's time to renew your dog license. 2022 licenses now available.

Your furry friend needs a license, and now is the time to purchase or renew one for them. Michigan law requires all dogs four months of age and older to have a current dog license. Both one-year and three-year licenses are available for renewal or purchase at the Oakland County Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center.

Five Reasons Why Your Pets Need to be Licensed

  1. It’s the law since 1919
  2. Licensed pets that go missing have a better chance of being found
  3. It proves your ownership
  4. It indicates that your pets’ rabies shots are up-to-date
  5. Fees go toward the support of the Oakland County Pet Adoption Center
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Oakland County Shelter Animals Get a New Home!

Last Wednesday, October 4th, Oakland County Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center celebrated their Grand Opening with a ribbon-cutting ceremony. Animal lovers, Oakland County employees, volunteers, architects, construction managers, and local news media were in attendance for the special event. 5th grade students from Bailey Lake Elementary School in Clarkston, who’ve been regular volunteers at the shelter, shared the honor of cutting the ribbon with Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson.

The County Executive, along with Public Services Director Mark Newman welcomed the large crowd and shared some of the history of the Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center in Oakland County which has been aiding animals by providing shelter and care while trying to find them new, loving homes since 1980.

After opening remarks were made, attendees toured the beautiful facility and enjoyed cider, donuts, hot dogs, and pet swag bags. Take a look at what they saw in our video.

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