Pets available for adoption and event information.
The Henderson Animal Care and Control Facility attends the annual Bark in the Park sponsored by The City of Henderson Parks and Recreation Department. Usually held the first Saturday of March at the new location of Cornerstone Park. 2014 the Bark in the Park will be held March 8th. It runs from 10:00am until 2:00pm. Attendance is free and our dog/puppy adoptions are $65.00.
To see all of the available pets for adoption and those that are currently lost/strays, please go to PetHarbor. Enter your zip code and click on Henderson Animal Care and Control.
You can also view the adoptable pets on
You can also view a good many of them on the Henderson Animal Shelter Adoptable Pets Facebook page. Although this site is not directly affiliated with us, it does network our adoptable pets to help get them adopted. This site has saved many lives by finding homes for our harder to adopt pets.
These two beautiful Shepherd mixes could by yours today! They
came in together, and although they don't have to be adopted
together, it sure would be nice! The male (on the left) is about
3 years old, #792568; the female (on the right) is about 2 years old,
#792569. Why not come down and visit with them today!?
This little Guinea Pig named Razz is one of 4 that are currently at the shelter
waiting to be adopted. She is a 3 year old, tricolor, Guinea Pig. Her number is
If you would like to inquire if the animals pictured here or on
Henderson Animal Shelter Adoptable Pets Facebook page, or Petfinder are
still available, please call The Henderson Animal Control at (702) 267-4970
(have their animal ID number ready). There are many animals available for
adoption so please call or come visit us Monday - Friday from 9:00am until
4:30pm. Saturdays from 9:00 until 3:30. Shelter operations close at 5:00pm
Monday through Friday and 4:00pm on Saturday.
If you would like more information about adoptions, please see our
Adoptions Guidelines page.
Behavior Help Line (702) 267-4977 - Resolving your
pet's behavior problem
might be as simple as a phone call away. If you are having behavior problems
with your pet, please contact our Behavior Help Line for some advice and
suggestions that just might help you keep your pet at home!