Bay County Animal Control

Shelter At Night

It takes a community, together we make a difference!

*Face masks are required for all persons entering our shelter for the safety of our patrons and staff.*

We at Bay County Animal Control, and our pets, want to say thank you to the community and those abroad who came and made each of our adoption events a great success!

As we move forward in our mission to find the "purr"-fect homes for all of our amazing animals, we will be implementing strategies that should be familiar with patrons who supported us prior to the onset of COVID-19.

Please read through the following sections to learn more about our adoption process and services as they will be conducted beginning, Monday, March 29th, 2021.

Preventive Care Vaccination Clinic:

Bay County Animal Control will be hosting its second vaccination clinic on April 17, 2021 (10 AM - 2 PM). Pre-registration is required and spots are limited. Completed applications can be emailed (Applications can be printed and sent in via link below).

April 17th, 2021 Clinic Form


Monday & Friday 10 AM - 4 PM                                                                               Tuesday & Thursday 10 AM - 6 PM   - 4-6 Adoptions                                               Saturday: 10 AM - 3 PM  

Closed Sunday, Wednesday & Holidays                                                                            


Beginning Monday, March 29th. We will begin conducting adoptions throughout our normal business hours. Due to time constraints, no new adoptions will be processed 30 minutes prior to closing.

We understand that a majority of our adopters having scheduled working hours and as such, we will extend our hours each Tuesday and Thursday to 6 PM and will remain open for adoptions.

Surrendering Animals:

 All owners wishing to surrender a pet to Bay County Animal Control will be required to call and establish an appointment to do so. You are encouraged to call our office and a dispatch officer will be able to assist and schedule the necessary appointment.

If you locate a lost pet in your neighborhood we will be available to assist you on a case by case basis, but we do ask that you still contact our shelter prior to your arrival to ensure a smooth and safe experience.

For questions regarding services offered by Bay County Animal Control fell free to contact our shelter at 850-767-333.

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