Animals for Adoption

Now adopting a pet at the York County Animal Shelter is easy. There are many beautiful cats (and kittens) and dogs (and puppies) that need a good home.

The adoption fee is $77.00. You will need a government issued photo ID. You will also need to pay with cash or a check. We do not have a credit card machine.

The Animal Shelter is located off Highway 5 on Justice Blvd., near the York County Sheriff's Office, one mile east of York.

Visiting hours are 9 a.m. to 4:45 p.m. Monday through Friday and Saturday morning from 9:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m.

If you need any additional information call the Animal Shelter at 628-3190.

To browse the animals available at the shelter please click one of the following links:

 

Adoptable Cats
Adoptable Dogs

Advanced Search

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FAQs

Will Animal Control remove wild animals from my house such as opossums, raccoons, etc.?
Animal Control will can assist in an emergency situation, but normally you will be referred to a company that specializes in wild animal recovery.
Is there a leash law for cats?
All domestic animals must be contained on their property or on a leash if being walked.
Does Animal Control spay/neuter pets?
York County Animal Control provides spay and neuter services for animals that are adopted from the shelter.