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Our Adoption Process:

Step 1: Meet the pets.  Come visit us here at the animal shelter or at an event we are involved in (see news for updates) and get up close and personal with your possible new best friend.  

Step 2: Consider taking a pet on a trial basis.  We offer a "Three-Day Trial" so that you can take a pet home with you and keep it for up to three days to ensure the animal will be able to properly blend with your home environment (children, other pets, other family members) BEFORE you complete an adoption.  The trial is a free service.  We do require a contract to be signed (Click here to preview the terms) by someone over the age of 18.

Step 3: The Adoption Fees.  We require that all animals adopted must been seen by a veterinarian and be spayed or neutered.  The adoption fees vary according to the type of animal and its veterinary past.  Please read the following to learn more about how this works.

For those who will be taking their pets to Taylor County veterinarians:  

 

For those who will be taking their pets to a veterinarian outside of Taylor County: You will not be charged the veterinary fees you see above.  You are still required to take your newly adopted pet to a veterinarian and we must verify the appointment to do so before you can take the pet home.  We will later also verify that the spay/neuter procedure has been completed.

Step 4: Sign the Adoption Contract.  Click here to view the terms.

Step 5: Have your new pet microchipped.  We offer implantation of HomeAgain microchips into your pet at the time of the adoption.  There is no charge for this procedure.  You will later need to register your personal information with HomeAgain in order to complete the ID process.

Step 6: You are ready to go.  Grab a free adoption pack (includes sample foods, informational booklets, coupons, etc), grab your new pet, and look forward to your new life with your new friend!


Making Donations:

The Taylor County Animal Shelter welcomes our community to contribute their charity to our organization in many ways.  We do accept monetary donations and donations of various items we can use to help us take care of our pets.  If you would like to make a donation you can visit us at our location (2175 Hodgenville Rd in Campbellsville) or you donate to us at the Taylor County Judge Executive's Office.

Supplies we currently need: 

Digtial Cameras, Latex Gloves sizes S,M, and L, Small Dog Collars, Kitten and Puppy Formula for newborns, Stainless Steel or Galvanized Buckets, Large and Small Pet Taxis, Large and Small Squeegees, Towels and Washcloths, Tweezers, Items Suitable for Dog/Cat First Aid


Volunteer With Us!

We are currently looking for highly motivated, outgoing, and confident individuals to join our team as volunteers.  Volunteers play an essential role in the care and placement of pets at our facility.  Please join us today and apply for one or more of the following positions:

Animal Transporter     Kennel Assistant     Cat Socialization     Dog Socialization     Dog Walker     Foster Parent/s     Fundraising     Photography     PR/Special Events     Yard Work   

Applications can be picked up at TCAS.  Monthly Volunteer Orientation meetings will be held at TCAS.  For times and dates, please see our News section.  Please turn all applications into Volunteer Coordinator, Lea-Anne Cornett.  If you have any questions, please click to contact us.


Happy Tails Scrapbook:

Jack the German Shepherd

Maya the long-coat Chihuahua  

Gypsy the Poodle mix

Chelsea the Papillion mix

Jake the Jack Russell/Shih-Tzu mix

Nakita the Husky

Lilo and Tommy the Beagles  

Brett the Border Collie  

Jacks and Snoopy the Lab/Aussie mixes  

If you would like to submit your Happy Tail, please click here.


Lost and Found:

LOST CATS AND DOGS BULLETIN:

** 7-20-06: Golden Retriever mix, red, f, adult, wearing orange reflective collar no tags, lost from Cherwood Dr ** 7-10-06: Domestic short hair cat, gray, young, neutered m, Walnut St., no collar ** 7-14-06: Australian mix, 5 months old, blk with caramel on paws, waering purple collar, lost from Elkhorn, named Jaydon **


Who we are:

The Taylor County Animal Shelter is a municipal, non-profit organization in Campbellsville, Kentucky. Our responsibilities are to both the human and animal communities by ensuring safety and care. We provide shelter for pets who are lost, stray, abandoned, neglected, or given up by their owners. We offer orphaned pets the opportunity to find new homes through adoption and provide education on proper pet care (especially the importance of spaying and neutering).  

Taylor County Animal Shelter
2175 Hodgenville Rd
Campbellsville, KY 42718
Phone: 270-465-7651


taylorcountyanimalshelter@alltel.net 

Hours of Operation: Monday-Friday 10AM-2PM, Saturday 8AM-2PM, Sunday CLOSED

(Appointments can be made for after normal hours upon request.)

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Click above and meet our team!

Come Visit Us:

For the locals: Go past Wal-mart (210W), cross a little bridge, and we are located on the first road on the left with a big yellow gate ( same road as the Farmer's Market ). There will be a sign where you turn in that says "Taylor County Animal Shelter".

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       Cats in Sinks (cute photos!) view our pets for adoption here

        


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