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Currently Adoptable Pets

Cola ID: 71141

Pit mix, 2-3 years old, male

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Clover ID 71421

Pit bull mix, female, 1 year old, 47 lbs

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Buddy ID 71589

2-3 year old, male, labrador retriever mix

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Junior ID 71579

4-6 year old, male, hound mix

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George Cooney ID 71632

Hound, male, 2-3 years old, 47 lbs

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Sky ID 71680

1 year old, female, Labrador Retriever mix

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Carmela ID 71674

Mixed breed, female, 1 year old, 40 lbs

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Olympia ID 71675

Pit bull, female, 1 year old, 60 lbs

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Trooper ID 71682

Dachshund Mix, Male, 1 year, 19lbs

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Fritter ID 71688

Carolina Cur mix, female, 12-15 weeks old, 12 lbs so far!

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Lisa ID 71690

Mixed Breed, Female, 1 year old, 28lbs

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Marline ID 71458

Female, 2-3 years old

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Dr. Facilier ID 71601

2-3 year old, male

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Naveen ID 71591

7-11 month, male

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Gogh ID 71672

Female, 2-3 years old

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Compton ID 71684

Male, 1 year old

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Katherine ID 71715

Female, 1 year old

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Orchid ID 71679

Female, 4-6 months old

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Pet Adoptions

Animal Services strives to make sure the animals featured on the web page are current; however, there may be occasional delays in updates.
 
We always encourage those looking to adopt to call (910) 947-2858 or visit the Moore County Animal Services Center located at 5235 Highway 15-501 in Carthage NC.

These listings are updated frequently with detailed information and photos about pets available for adoption at the Animal Services Center. Adoption/Viewing Hours are Monday - Friday 10:00-4:00pm and Saturday 10:00 am - 2:00pm. Call (910) 947-2858 for more information.  If you do not find the pet you want, please fill out our Adoption Wish List and we will contact you if a pet becomes available like the one you want.

 Adoption Fees Include:

CANINE
  • (1 Year) Rabies Vaccine
  • Distemper/Parvo
  • Deworming
  • Heartworm Test
  • Bordetella
  • Microchip
  • Spay/Neuter
FELINE
  • (1 Year) Rabies Vaccine
  • RCPC Vaccine
  • Deworming
  • Feline Leukemia Test
  • Microchip
  • Spay/Neuter  

 

NOTE:  The Animal Services Center recommends visiting your veterinarian soon after adopting for a wellness examination and to manage ongoing preventive care.

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