The Ozark Animal Shelter is a division of the Ozark Police Department and is dedicated to actively rescuing cats, dogs, and other animals, providing quality care, and offering sanctuary until loving homes can be found.
The staff of Ozark Animal Shelter’s work with animals within our community is guided by three core values: Compassion, Integrity, and Dedication.
Ozark Animal Shelter Hours:
Monday – Friday: 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Saturday: 9:00 am – 12:00 noon
If you arrive, and the gate is closed during normal operating hours, we ask that you do not open the gate.
It is likely that we are moving animals and it isn’t safe for customers to enter.
If this is the case, please call us at 334-774-4633.
If there is an active animal complaint, call central dispatch at 334-774-5111.
Meet the staff of the Ozark Animal Shelter:
Kelli R. Simpson – Shelter Manager
Steven L. Hoage –Road Supervisor
Corey A. Lomaneck – Animal Control Officer
Dogs: $25 without rabies shot / $35 with rabies shot / $85 spayed or neutered & with rabies shot
Cats: $20 for young kittens / $30 spayed or neutered with a rabies shot
We welcome any and all volunteers over the age of 18 to help us at the shelter.
Ozark Animal Shelter Guiding principles:
· To treat all living things as we ourselves would wish to be treated.
· To demonstrate compassion and respect for all living creatures.
· To judge our effectiveness by the extent to which animal lives are saved and improved, and by the positive experience of the people we touch.
· To lead by example, developing, promoting and sharing great new ideas & programs to help animals.
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