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To be sure your pet is healthy, we strongly recommend that you take it to a veterinarian within two weeks of adoption. Not all animal diseases have symptoms right away but a veterinarian will be able to identify any health-related problems. The vaccinations included with the adoption are not good for a lifetime and do not cover all diseases your pet may have been exposed to prior to adoption.
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Animals are available for adoption at the Animal Shelter, but citizens must contact an Animal Control Officer to make an appointment to view adoptable animals. Citizens are not allowed at the pound. Please contact the Animal Control Officer at 918-322-8110 to make arrangements.
The animals were impounded and not claimed by an owner.
We cannot guarantee the health of any adopted animal, however, a first visit to the veterinarian is recommended.
View the adoption fees table on the dog and cat adoption page.
The most important reason to spay or neuter your pet is because more than 10,000 unwanted dogs and cats in our shelter are put to death each year. City Ordinance requires all dogs and cats over the age of six months to be spayed or neutered. Certain exemptions are allowed by permit. By law, every dog and cat adopted from our shelter has to be spayed or neutered.