A panel of veterinarians just published a comprehensive guide to help potential dog adopters find the perfect breed based on their personality. Use the below link to see the personalities of 15 of the most popular dogs in the US.
Before surrendering your pet… Parting ways with an animal can be especially difficult and we're committed to working with you to ensure the best possible solution for you and your pet. We know that sometimes it’s just not possible to keep a pet but before surrendering, please consider all your options. Learn more below about alternatives to surrendering including other re-homing options.
Use this flow chart to help you determine how to help a kitten that you may have found.
What should I do about wild animals?
Some animal species, such as skunks, raccoons, opossums, deer, squirrels, ground squirrels, woodchucks (groundhogs), Canada geese, foxes and coyotes have adapted well to living among humans and use them as a valuable resource (for food, shelter, etc.).
If the animals residing on your property are not doing any damage, you may want to allow them to stay. It will be very difficult for them to find another place to live if you evict them. Unfortunately, some people have problems with property damage caused by wild animals and others are uncomfortable with the idea of wild animals taking up residence on their property. Madison County Animal Care & Control is not equipped to assist in efforts to remove or relocate wild animals; but here are a few regional resources that can be contacted to assist with the efforts: