To reach Moore County Animal Center:
Ph (910) 947.2858 Fx (910) 947.5952 get map
The Animal Center provides temporary shelter for Moore County's abandoned and stray companion animals; promotes placement programs and public education, and enforces state and county animal laws.
The Animal Center provides homeless animals with the opportunity for a new life. Adoption Hours are Monday-Friday 10:00 am-4:45 pm and Saturday 10:00 am-3:45 pm. View animals available for adoption or lost and found pets at www.animalcentermoorecounty.com and the following web sites:
These sites are updated frequently with detailed information about the pets we have for adoption.
Our Homeless Pets Need You!
Moore County Animal Emergency assistance Evacuation/Sheltering information is available through Department of Public Safety in Carthage (910) 947-6317
In our region, rabies is a concern because of the occurrence of the virus in wild animals. Moore County Animal Operations is dedicated to informing the public about our upcoming rabies vaccination clinics of 2015. We offer one year rabies vaccinations for dogs and cats for $5 each and Microchips for $15 each. The schedule is as follows:
JANUARY 21 Old Train Depot in Robbins on South Broad St 3pm- 5pm
FEBRUARY 11 A Dog’s Life, 11J Central Park Av in Olmstead Village 1pm-3pm
27 Cranes Creek Fire Department 2pm- 4pm
MARCH 4 Spies Country Store in Robbins 3pm-5pm
18 Sandhills Farm Supply, 775 S Bennett St, S. Pines 1pm- 3pm
20 Cameron Fire Department 2pm -4pm
State and local law requires all dogs and cats be vaccinated against rabies by 4 months of age. Any pet which comes in contact with a wild animal known to carry rabies must be revaccinated within 5 days of the exposure. Officers will be available at the clinics to answer questions about rabies control and prevention in addition to administering vaccinations.
Please call Moore County Animal Operations for additional information at (910) 947-2858