| Animal Surrender
It's never easy to give up a family pet, but unexpected life changes sometimes necessitate these hard decisions. Please view our list of resources and options for surrendering a pet
|Rabies Vaccinations and Microchipping
Madison County ordinances require you to register your pet with Madison County. Registering your pet also provides ID in case your pet is lost.
|Spay / Neuter
In addition to helping reduce our community's pet homelessness problem, studies have shown that spayed/neutered pets are typically healthier, less territorial and less aggressive.
Becoming a foster is a vital component to the overall health of our facility and can also help teach important social skills to new animals. Fostering provides an important milestone for our animals on the way to their forever home.
|Find My Pet
If you lost your pet, you review the intake photos of dogs and cats brought into Madison County’s Animal Care and Control facility.
|Commissions, Committees and Boards
Animal Control reports to the Health Department and Mental Health Committee. The Health Department oversees the Animal Care and Control Department.
Health Department and Mental Health Committee