Cherokee County Animal Shelter
Cherokee County Animal Shelter

1015 Univeter Road Canton, Ga 30115  (770) 345-7270   Open for adoptions Tues. - Sat. 10 am - 5pm
The Cherokee County Animal Shelter is a "full service" operation. We take in animals that are brought in by Cherokee County Animal Control officers, animals owned by citizens of Cherokee County and unwanted strays found in Cherokee County. The Cherokee County Animal Shelter also adopts animals out to the public. The adoption fee is $100.00.

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The Cherokee County Marshal's Office Animal Control is responsible for enforcing county ordinances concerning domesticated animals.
For an Animal Control officer to be dispatched to a location contact Cherokee County 911 @ 678-493-4080.
Hours of operation are
Adoptions:  Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 5:00 pm (Closed Sunday & Monday)
Intake Dept: Tuesday - Saturday 10:00 am - 4:00 pm (Closed Sunday & Monday)
***Animals will NOT be accepted under ANY circumstances in Intake
before 10:00am or after 4:00pm.
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To see our available pets click this Adopt-a-Pet badge or
click the Adopt button on the menu above.
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Our mission is to encourage and respect the animal- human bond while anticipating and providing services that insure public health and safety through the proper promotion of animal welfare.  We seek to fulfill our mission through proactive animal-control enforcement, quality education in recognizing and preventing animal cruelty, and the enactment of progressive humane initiatives to relieve animal suffering.  We also provide care and placement for unwanted animals through quality adoptions, licensed rescue, foster programs and transport programs.
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Cherokee County Animal Shelter
A Message from the Director:

The members of the Cherokee County Animal Shelter are committed to providing superior service to both the animals and citizens of our county through our work here at the shelter, education and outreach program. Only with the help of this exceptional community can we reach our goal of eradicating the need for “sheltering” by reducing the number of homeless animals and dangers to any animals in Cherokee County.
Our core values are:
Compassion: We will treat all animals with the Five Freedoms and all citizens with respect regardless of their circumstance.
Education: We are dedicated to providing our children and citizens educational opportunities that will create a more positive bond between humans and animals.
Community: We strive to bring our community together through outreach programs that benefit our communities, animals and individuals.