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© 2019 by Clay County Humane Society of IN

CLAY CO. HUMANE SOCIETY

8280 N County Road 125 W

Brazil, IN 47834

812-446-5126

ADOPTABLE  PETS

Adoptable Dogs
Adoptable Cats

Dogs (older than 6 months)      $125-150

Puppies (younger than 6 mos.) $200-225

 

ALL dogs and puppies are spayed or neutered before joining their new family. Additionally, dogs and puppies are also wormed, fully vaccinated, heart worm tested and microchipped. While in our care and if age appropriate, dogs are treated monthly with preventative(s) for fleas, ticks and heart worm.

 

To see pictures of our Adoptable Dogs & Puppies, click on the Adoptable Pets menu tab, then click on Adoptable Dogs. More pictures and details are also available on Petfinder.com - enter our shelter name, Clay County Humane Society and our zip code, 47834, or like and follow us on Facebook, Clay County Humane Sociey, Brazil, IN.

Cats (older than 6 months)           $60

Kittens (younger than 6 months) $75

 

ALL cats and kittens are spayed or neutered, wormed and fully vaccinated before joining their new family. While in our care and if age appropriate, cats are given monthly preventative(s) treatment for fleas, ticks and heartworm. Additionally, kittens are also wormed. If you would like to have your cat or kitten microchipped, we will be happy to oblige, just ask!

 

To see pictures of our Adoptable Cats and Kittens, click on the Adoptable Pets menu tab, then click on Adoptable Cats. More pictures and details are also available on Petfinder.com and on our Facebook page, Clay County Humane Sociey, Brazil, IN, so make sure to like and follow us!

Please note that most animals come to us as strays and any breed descriptions are based on the animal's predominant physical features.

To adopt any of our animals, you need to visit them at the shelter. Animals may be put on hold by visiting the shelter and making a $35 Hold Fee, which is applied to the adoption fee, or by paying the adoption fee in full. If you are planning on adopting a dog and currently have a dog(s), you should bring your dog to the shelter for a meet and greet with your potential new family member!