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Animal Problems

The Henderson County Animal Service Center does not handle animal bites, animal pick ups or animal related complaints including animals at large or cruelty/neglect.

For help with an animal problem, call Henderson County Sheriff Office's Animal Enforcement Division at 697-4912.

Lost Pet Check List

Lost Cat Search Tips


General Information

**Cat Rabies Clinic March 2nd -8th. Cost is $8 per animal. Please contact any area veterinary offices in Henderson County to make your appointment**


Seasonal Brochure: "Winter the Holidays Safely!"

(tips for keeping pets safe and healthy)



Hours of Shelter Operation
Monday - Friday: 10:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday: 10:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed

2015 Holiday Schedule

                                           2014 Dog Training/Obedience Opportunities

Henderson County Animal Services has two dog trainers who generously donate their time for our programs. Our goal is to maximize the potential of a dog and their owner as well as providing a resource for owners who are experiencing problems.  Many dogs are turned into the shelter for issues that can be easily fixed and we can provide help. Please explore the following links to find the right program for you.

Wednesday Afternoon Walk In Clinic

Saturday Afternoon Walk In Clinic

Thursday Night Obedience Class



The Henderson County Animal Services Center is located at 828 Stoney Mountain Road and is adjacent to the county landfill / transfer station.

Essential Departmental Functions: Animal Services provides shelter for adoptable and stray animals and reunites lost pets with their owners. The department keeps records of rabies cases and encourages responsible pet ownership through microchipping and anti-cruelty measures..