Dogs Needing Homes in Virginia
Below is the current list of dogs needing homes or rescue. Click on the dogs picture or ID# to see more information and a larger photo. To see more of the list move your mouse so that it is over the list and rotate your scroll wheel or click on the down arrow at the bottom right of the list.
Squirt Needs a Home - Ashland, VAThis unique boy is thought to be a Labrador mix. He has a short stocky body and a big head. Squirt is 4 years old and approximately 35lbs. He has lots of personality and loves people. Squirt MUST be the only pet as he is not good with dogs or cats. If your looking for lots of love in a short, stocky package then Squirt may be just what you are looking for. This little man is lots of muscle in a short body so would do best in a home without small children. Fenced yard required, 6ft preferred. Squirt is neutered, current on shots, heartworm negative and microchipped. Sorry but he is not a good choice for apartment living! Questions can be emailed to his foster mom Janet via the link below. For more photo's of Squirt click here If you are interested in adopting Squirt please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or phone Hickory Hill Canine Rescue on (804) 537-5502 9am-9pm to find out more about this dog. Click here to see Dogs Needing Homes at Hickory Hill Canine Rescue Ashland, VA
Click here to see Dogs Needing Homes at Rainbow Animal Rescue
Rainbow Animal Rescue NC is a non profit 501(c)(3) organisation that rescues and finds homes for unwanted and homeless puppies, dogs, kittens and cats from their center in Halifax, North Carolina. If you are in southeastern Virginia please click here to see puppies and adult dogs needing homes.
Click here to see Chow Chows Needing Homes in Virginia
Dogs Needing Homes in Wythe and Bland Counties, VA
Dogs Needing Homes at Wythe County Dog Shelter See Found Dogs on the WCDS Facebook page
WARNING: Not all dogs at the shelter are listed on the facebook page. If you have lost your dog go to the shelter to check. Dogs collected by the Bland County dog warden are taken to Wythe County Dog Shelter. If you have lost your dog, go to the shelter because the shelter staff 'may not recognise your description of your dog'. You only have 5 days to claim your dog. Have your dog microchipped and make sure your contact details are up to date so that ownership cannot be disputed. It may save your dogs life! We welcome enquiries from potential adopters and animal rescues. If you are not a resident of Wythe County or one of the adjacent counties, contact your local rescue to see if they will rescue the dog for you. Please phone about a specific dog rather than e-mail which may not be read in time. For information regarding the dog featured, please contact Wythe County Animal Control NOW on (276) 228-6003. We keep stray dogs 5 days so that the owner can claim them but you can express an interest before the 'available' date. The date the dog is listed as 'available' is NOT the day it will be put down but we may only keep the dog for 5 days after the 'available' date. Wythe County Dog Shelter
600 Atkins Mill Road,
Wytheville, VA, 24382
Email: email@example.com Shelter Hours:
Monday: 8am - 12pm
Tuesday: 8am - 12pm
Thursday: 8am - 12pm
Friday: 8am - 12pm
Saturday: 8am - 12pm
Sunday and Holidays: CLOSED
The dogs below are at Wythe County Humane Society
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar to see more dogs.Once we have found these dogs homes or rescue places we can then rescue more dogs from death row at the pound. Wythe County Humane Society
PO Box 362
Wytheville, VA 24382
Giles County Animal Pound is a small rural facility in the southwest of Virginia. While Giles County Animal Pound is not yet a no-kill facility, this is a goal we strive to achieve each and every day. For more information see the Giles County Animal Control website.
Giles County Animal Shelter
678 Green Hollow Rd,
VA 24134 Phone: 540-921-2053
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/gcas14/
Opening Hours (for visitation and adoptions):
Dogs at Pulaski County Animal Control, Dublin, VA
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar to see more dogs.We adopt animals out to citizens of Pulaski County, VA, surrounding counties, and other areas that are not too far away. Dogs at Pulaski County Animal Shelter
The Pulaski County Animal Shelter and Humane Education Center is the official Animal Control shelter for Pulaski County, Virginia. Animal Control is responsible for ensuring that the community is safe from problematic animals and also to ensure that the animals are safe from abusive owners. Animal control only handles domesticated animals such as dogs an cats. The shelter is also shared by the Pulaski County Humane Society. Adopting a dog from Pulaski County Humane Society will make room for another dog held at Pulaski County Animal Control. Pulaski County Animal Shelter
80 Dublin Park Rd.
Dublin, VA 24084 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Phone: (540) 674-8359
Lee County Animal Pound is a small rural facility in the southwest of Virginia. While Lee County Animal Pound is not yet a no-kill facility, this is a goal we strive to achieve each and every day. For more information see the Lee County Animal Control website.
Lee County Animal Pound
Bus Shop Road,
VA 24263 Phone: 276-346-7710
Lee County Animal Control, Jonesville, Virginia Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pages/category/Pet-Service/Lee-County-Animal-Control-Jonesville-Virginia-1774694046180339/
Scott County Animal Shelter is a small rural facility in the southwest of Virginia. While Scott County Animal Shelter is not yet a no-kill facility, this is a goal we strive to achieve each and every day. We are also fortunate enough to work with some amazing rescue groups and dedicated individuals who help us move animals to safety each and every week. For more information see the Scott County Animal Control website.
Scott County Animal Shelter
186 Single Tree Rd,
VA 24251 Phone: 276-452-1325
Scott County Virginia Animal Shelter Adoptables Facebook page: www.facebook.com/ScottCountyVirginiaAnimalShelterAdoptables
The Russell County Animal Shelter provides a comfortable, warm and safe environment for the animals we receive who are unwanted, abused or abandoned. We provide adoption services for animals with suitable dispositions in an effort to place them within a nurturing environment. We believe that shelter animals can be placed into a loving and wonderful family environment. If you are interested in animal adoption, please contact the Russell County Animal Shelter at (276) 415-9163.
Russell County Animal Shelter
458 Haber Dr,
VA 24266 Phone: 276-415-9163
Russell County VA Animal Shelter Facebook page: www.facebook.com/russellcountyvaanimalshelter
Smyth County Animal Shelter
287 Fox Valley Rd,
VA 24354 Phone: 276-646-2222
Smyth County Animal Shelter Friends Facebook page: www.facebook.com/smythshelterfriends123
Opening Hours for Adoption, Viewing and Reclamation:
Tazewell County Animal Shelter is a small rural facility in the southwest of Virginia. While Tazewell County Animal Shelter is not yet a no-kill facility, this is a goal we strive to achieve each and every day. We are also fortunate enough to work with some amazing rescue groups and dedicated individuals who help us move animals each and every week. Dogs Needing Homes in Bluefield - click here
Adopting a dogAdoption fee for a dog is $50 which includes spay/neuter and rabies vaccination. Payment is by cash or check - we cannot accept card payments at this time. For animals that have not been spayed or neutered: adoptions are open to residents of Tazewell, Buchanan, Russell, Bland and Smyth County. If an animal is already spayed or neutered then it is available to be adopted by anyone (even out of state residents). Phone to check that the dog is available and what paperwork is required from you. Tazewell County Animal Shelter
736 Camp Joy Road,
The Galax Carroll Grayson Animal Shelter is a regional shelter operated jointly by the three local governments (Galax City, Carroll County and Grayson County) under the requirements of the Code of the Virginia. The shelter accepts animals as required under the Code and works to place animals back with their owners, adopt them to new owners, or place them with other non-profit animal welfare agencies that may be able to adopt them. Animals are transferred on a first come first serve basis, so always contact the Shelter to check that the animal you are interested in is still available. If you are interested in becoming an animal welfare agency, please call 276-236-5773. Galax Carroll Grayson Animal Shelter is a small rural facility in the southwest of Virginia. While Galax Carroll Grayson Animal Shelter is not yet a no-kill facility, this is a goal we strive to achieve each and every day. We are also fortunate enough to work with some amazing rescue groups and dedicated individuals who help us move animals to safety each and every week.
Galax Carroll Grayson Animal Shelter
200 Fair St
VA 24333 Phone: 276-236-8501
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/gcganimalshelter
Opening Hours (open to the public):
Dogs Needing Homes at Henrico County Animal Shelter, Glen Allen, VA
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar to see more dogs.Henrico County Police Animal Shelter
10421 Woodman Rd
Glen Allen, VA 23060
Hickory Hill Canine Rescue take in dogs from Henrico County Animal Shelter
Greensville County Animal Shelter is a small rural facility in the south of Virginia. While Greensville County Animal Shelter is not yet a no-kill facility, this is a goal we strive to achieve each and every day. We are also fortunate enough to work with some amazing rescue groups and dedicated individuals who help us move animals to safety each and every week. Greensville County Animal Shelter
255 Falling Run Road,
VA 23847 Phone: 434-632-1681
Facebook page: www.facebook.com/pawsforgreensvillecoanimalshelter255
Opening Hours (for visitation and adoptions):
Dogs Needing Homes at Isle of Wight Animal Control, VA
The IOW Sheriff's Office Animal Services Division is committed to public safety and animal protection through sheltering, adoption programs, education, and animal law enforcement. We have dogs and cats of all ages and breeds/mixes available for adoption. Adoption fees: $90 for dogs, $75-$95 for cats, and $25 for all other companion animals. The adoption fee covers spay/neuter, vaccines and rabies, along with heartworm testing for dogs. If you have any questions please contact us on 757-365-6318 or visit us at
13044 Poor House Road,
Windsor, VA 23487.
Opening Hours: Tues-Sat: 10:00 - 16:00,
Sun: 13:00 - 16:00. Pets Needing Homes at Isle of Wight County Animal Shelter See New Dogs Needing Homes at Isle of Wight County Animal Shelter
Dogs Needing Homes at Richmond Animal Care and Control, Richmond, VA
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar to see more dogs.We are the Animal Shelter for the City of Richmond, Virginia.
Richmond Animal Care and Control
1600 Chamberlayne Avenue,
Richmond, VA 23222
Phone: (804) 646-5573
Fax: (804) 646-5586
Too Many Wonderful Dogs at the Humane Society for Campbell County
The Humane Society for Campbell County in Rustburg, VA is always overflowing with wonderful dogs. It currently has a number of owner surrenders that need loving homes, as well as dogs in the pound that need help. Please see click here for a full listing. The Adoption Fee varies from animal to animal and will depend on the amount of care given to the dog. Care includes, but is not limited to: spay/neuter, vaccinations, heartworm testing, deworming, treatment with Frontline, special vet care, microchipping, temperament-tested dogs who have been in foster care, house training, grooming, and socializing. Some dogs are in foster homes. While these dogs are not in danger of being PTS, moving one into rescue frees up that foster home to take another dog in need!
Contact: Barbe email@example.com
Vetting: All dogs are dewormed. Other vetting offered at cost that shelter pays; please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for a quote. More Dogs Needing homes at Campbell County Humane Society Humane Society for Campbell County, Inc.
Post Office Box 659
Rustburg, VA 24588
Dogs Needing a Home - Blacksburg, VA
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar to see more dogs.We are a small animal rescue organization that was started in the winter of 2004-2005 by veterinary students in Blacksburg, Montgomery County, Virginia. We have our corporation status and we are in the process of applying for our non-profit status. There is certainly an incredible need for animal welfare and rescue organizations down here in Southwest Virginia. We have adopted out over 80 animals in our first nine months. We are strictly comprised of foster homes and we take in dogs, cats, small pets and the occasional horse! Animal Welfare Foster Program
Blacksburg VA, 24060
Adoptions E-mail: email@example.com
Dogs Out of Time at Westmoreland Shelter, Montross, VA
Out of time dogs are in immediate danger of being destroyed. All stray dogs taken to the shelter have a 7-day period of grace, after which Virginia State law dictates they can be euthanized (those with collars get 10 days). Surrendered dogs (those with names in our list) can go any day. The shelter works very hard to find adopers or rescues as quickly as possible. A sudden influx of dogs can fill the shelter overnight and leave the staff with no choice but to remove dogs who have been held beyond the required period. We'll put a special note on the bios for those dogs whose stay at the shelter has become one on death row. Please do not call to complain about dogs being euthanized. This is the HARDEST task the shelter staff have. They feed and pet and play with these dogs daily, but there are too many dogs, not enough homes, and not enough money (especially in a rural county like Westmoreland). They do their absolute best to get these dogs into loving homes or responsible rescues, and they want to take as few as possible to the vet for humane injection. If you do not like healthy dogs being killed then do something about it by referring your friends to the Westmoreland shelter to adopt, and advertising the dogs at the shelter and volunteering to transport the dogs to rescue organizations. The pull fee is $20 but can often be waived if the dog is due for destruction. Dogs will get their DHPP shot and will be wormed before transport. Additional vetting is usually available but must be paid for by receiving rescue. Directions are available on the main website at https://www.adoptapet.com/adoption_rescue/68922-westmoreland-county-shelter-montross-virginia The adoption fee itself is $20. The shelter is open from 12-3 pm on Wednesday and Saturday and from 12-5 pm on Friday. Please call Dale Berry or Tommy Hamilton at 804-493-0869 if you have any questions about the dogs, the adoption procedure, or shelter policies. Please be sure to call before driving to the shelter to be sure the dog is still available for adoption. A volunteer firstname.lastname@example.org can answer e-mail queries, but this person is not at the shelter and is not directly involved in the adoption process. The shelter is rescue friendly and great to work with. See more death row dogs at https://www.westmoreland-county.org/animal-control
Dogs Needing Homes at Radford Animal Shelter, Southwestern VA
Pound Pals works in partnership with the City of Radford Animal Shelter. The mission of Pound Pals of Radford, Inc. is the prevention of suffering, neglect, abuse, and cruelty to animals by working in conjunction with our local animal shelter in all phases of animal placement and rescue. Pound Pals of Radford, Inc. is a private, non-profit 501(c)(3) organization. We receive no public funds and rely on tax-deductible donations to help abandoned animals. Contributions help pay for the animals' medical needs as well as for spay/neutering. There is more information about us on our website here.
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar to see more dogs.If you are interested in one of these dogs please contact Pound Pals at email@example.com or fill in the adoption application form here. Pound Pals of Radford, Inc.
P.O. Box 2851
Radford, VA 24143
Dogs Needing Homes at Rockbridge SPCA, Lexington, VA
Rockbridge SPCA is such a wonderful shelter to work with but they are full and they need help moving these dogs ASAP. If you can help please phone the shelter on 540-463-5123 during working hours or email firstname.lastname@example.org Shelter is rescue friendly; pull fee varies but animals can be vetted for around $50. The dogs and cats are all UTD on shots; many are altered.
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar to see more dogs.Rockbridge SPCA
10 Animal Place
P.O. Box 528
Lexington, VA 24450
Directions and opening hours Click here to see our list of dogs looking for homes
Dogs Needing Homes at Clarke County Animal Shelter, Berryville, VA
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar to see more dogs.If you are interested in saving one of these pets but you cannot take it immediately, try your local rescue as they may be able to pull it for you. Clarke County Animal Shelter
225 Ramsburg Lane
Berryville, VA 22611
Phone: (540) 955-5104
Fax: (540) 955-5104
Hours: Monday - Friday 9am - 1:30pm
Wednesday reopen at 4pm - 8pm
Saturday 9am - 12pm
Sunday 1pm - 4pm
More Pets in Danger at Clarke County Animal Shelter
Lots of Wonderful Dogs Needing Homes at Louisa County Shelter, Mineral, VA
The Louisa County shelter is FULL and these wonderful dogs and cats are in need of rescue help. If you can help, please phone 540 894-4219 or email email@example.com The shelter is always filling up so animals need to be spoken for quickly. They can be held while transport is arranged and transport help is usually available. Pull fee is $20 and includes a rabies vaccine if the animal is old enough. See the list at the Petfinder website here.
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar to see more dogs.Come Visit Us!
Shelter Hours: Monday through Saturday 10AM till 3PM Click here for more dogs and cats needing homes.
MUST BE: Over 18 years old
Mature 13--17 years old are welcome ONLY on Saturdays with a parent or guardian willing to supervise.
Willing to work hard while at the shelter.
Willing to clean as directed.
Willing to get along well with people in charge, other volunteers, and the public.
Dependable – come when you say you will.
MUST NOT BE: Afraid of either dogs or cats.
Afraid of getting dirty from the animals.
Afraid of seeing injured or sick animals.
MUST: Understand the importance of spaying and neutering and responsible animal ownership.
Understand the Shelter phone is for business use only. Volunteer Responsibilities: Cleaning cat and dog cages
Scooping cat litter boxes
Washing food and water dishes, litter boxes, and of course puppies and dogs
Walking puppies and dogs
Treating all animals HUMANELY Louisa County Animal Shelter
Mica Road (Route 700)
Mineral, VA 23117
540 894-4219 or 540 967-3477
Lots of Dogs Needing Homes in Buckingham County, VA
Friends of Buckingham County Animal Control
+1 434-969-4242 Southside SPCA
Southside SPCA is a no-kill, non-profit animal shelter in south central Virginia, serving 12 counties, and we are run entirely on donations. We are located 60 miles west of Richmond in Prince Edward County. We provide love, humane care and shelter for abandoned animals and strive to provide them with loving, responsible homes.
P.O. Box 66
Meherrin, VA 23954
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar to see more dogs.Dogs Needing Homes at Southside SPCA
Puppies Needing Homes at Page County Shelter, Stanley, VA
We always have many wonderful dogs and cats available for adoption. To see some of our animals, please click here, or stop by and visit us if you're in the area. Our hours of operation are 8am-12pm and 1pm-4pm Monday through Friday and 9am-12pm on Saturday. We are closed on Sundays. To give animals entering our shelter their best chance of finding a forever home, we work with many rescue organizations across Virginia. These rescue groups assist us by taking animals from our shelter and placing them in loving homes. Please view our page and let us know if you can help find a pet a home. The dogs with the lowest numbers have been there the longest.
Click on the photo to see a larger version. Move the scroll bar to see more dogs.If you are local to Page County and would like to make a donation, we are always in need of dog food, cat food, toys, towels, rags, cleaning supplies, etc. If you live anywhere in the USA you can make a monetary donation to the Animal Shelter, but you must make the check payable to: Page County Animal Shelter. Reference: Shelter Supplies on memo line. The Page County Animal Shelter is located in Stanley, Virginia, which is 9 miles outside Luray, Virginia in the beautiful Shenandoah Valley. We are approximately 90 miles west of Washington, DC. Click here for directions. For more information about dogs at our shelter e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org Page County Animal Shelter
791 Eldon Yates Drive,
Stanley, VA 22851.
Phone: 540 778 2101
How close are we to you? Click on this link and put your town and state or zip code in the box at the bottom of the page then click on the Get Directions button.
Bursting With Dogs at Floyd County Shelter, VA
The Floyd County Humane Society and Floyd County Animal Shelter are overflowing with dogs and need help ASAP! The shelter is a gassing shelter and the Humane Society pulls and holds dogs for transport so we can get them rescue help. With both full we cannot save any more of the dogs headed to the gas box! If you can help ANY of these dogs please call the Pound on 540-745-9365, Hours 8-9am and 2:30-3:30 pm. The shelter only holds dogs for a few days (state minimum and that is it usually) and we desperately need to move dogs. The adoption fee is only $10 and the Floyd County Humane Society will donate $50 towards the cost of the required spay/neuter. You must be a resident of Floyd or an ajacent county to adopt. If you are not local contact Floyd County Humane Society on 540-745-7207 and tell them what dog you are interested in. The Floyd County Humane Society will arrange the adoption with you by taking ownership of the dog. So you will be adopting from them, instead of the dog pound. You are welcome to call them at 540-745-7207 and to discuss the details. Directions to Floyd County Shelter
Directions to pound: From Rt 8 south, bear left onto Storkers Knob Road (Animal Shelter sign) and go uphill until you come to driveway called "Pound Road" OR go a little further to the large gate of the Floyd Transfer Station, and make a sharp right; pound is behind blue metal building. All of the dogs listed are URGENT. These are the most urgent but everyone is running out of time and needs help ASAP. I am arranging transports so if you are interested in any of the dogs and need transport help PLEASE let me know!
Death Row Dogs at Prince William County Animal Shelter, VA
The Prince William County Animal Shelter in Manassas, VA has lots of young dogs needing homes. If you can help any of these dogs, please call the shelter at 703-792-6465. The Animal Shelter is located across Route 234 from the Prince William County Landfill. The address is 14807 Bristow Road, Manassas, VA 20112. They are rescue friendly; they will need your 501c3 information. The adoption fee is $20 for altered pets and $55 for unaltered (includes $35 towards the spay/neuter). See their Facebook page at Prince William County Animal Shelter Manassas, VA 20112 If you are interested in becoming one of our approved rescues you would need to contact our Rescue Coordinator, Beate Begley, at email@example.com or by phone at 703-792-5168. She will need a copy of your 501c3 paperwork as well as your adoption contract and some other information.
How close are we to you? Click on this link and put your town and state or zip code in the box at the bottom of the page then click on the Get Directions button.
Dogs Requiring Homes at Forever-Home Rescue, Chantilly, VA
For more information contact:
A Forever-Home Rescue Foundation
P. O. Box 222801
Chantilly, VA 20153
Phone: 703 961 8690
FAX: 703 814 8543
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Page updated: April 18th 2019