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You must be at least 18 years old and have a valid drivers license. Our adoption fee is $55 for puppies /dogs and $35 for kittens /cats. The adoption fee covers the spay and neuter of the pet if you utilize the Animal Services in-house “Big Fix” spay and neuter clinic. We also microchip all animals that are being adopted from our facility.

If you choose to have your new pet spayed/neutered at another location, that expense is not covered through the adoption process. All dogs and cats must be spayed/neutered before they can go into the custody of their new owner.

The Hot Springs Animal Shelter reserves the right to refuse any adoption.
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The ASPCA® (The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals®), at the request of the Garland County Sheriff’s Office, is managing the evidence collection and sheltering of more than 100 dogs living in a substandard commercial breeding facility—commonly known as a puppy mill—in Hot Springs, Ark., approximately 55 miles southwest of Little Rock. The operation is being supported by responders from the International Fund for Animal Welfare (IFAW), PetSmart Charities, Inc. and Garland County Humane Society. phone numbers and more for the best Animal Shelters in Hot Springs, AR.
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Guardian Angels Cat Rescue & Adoption Shelter houses up to 136 cats and kittens at its facility at 907 Hobson Ave., Hot Springs, AR 71913. Due to licensing constraints and the fact that, Guardian Angels is a no-kill facility, individuals wishing to surrender cats or kittens, should understand that the Shelter is not able to accept animals when capacity is at maximum. The Hot Springs Village Animal Welfare League (HSV AWL) is located in Hot Springs Village, AR. We are a 501(C) (3) organization which works in conjunction with the HSV Property Owners Association Animal Shelter. Stop Animal Cruelty is an all-volunteer animal welfare group that works tirelessly rescuing pets from the high-kill city shelter in Malvern, AR. We also rescue abused, neglected, abandoned and owner surrendered pets or horses in both Hot Spring & Garland Counties. We re-home as many of them as possible ourselves or search for other "no kill" rescue groups from around the country who are willing to take pets from out of their areas to assist in re-homing. Not one treatable pet has lost its life in the Malvern shelter since late 2011, due to the tireless efforts and awesome dedication of the volunteers at Stop Animal Cruelty. For SAC volunteers, rescuing is a way of life it's not just a trend. It is not just the right thing to do it's who we are.While nobody likes a cage, to an abandoned, homeless, hungry, hurt, or abused animal, a cage is a welcome haven. A cage supported by your donations for a year can help us rescue and provide temporary shelter - and finally forever homes for the many animals who pass through our doors. As a sponsor, your contribution will help us to provide care, shelter, and most of all, hope for a new life. The animal residents of the Hot Springs Animal Shelter are counting on you to help. Cage sponsorships run for one year and donations can be made monthly, quarterly, semi-annually or annually.You must be at least 18 years old and have a valid drivers license. Our adoption fee is $55 for puppies /dogs and $35 for kittens /cats. The adoption fee covers the spay and neuter of the pet if you utilize the Animal Services in-house “Big Fix” spay and neuter clinic. We also microchip all animals that are being adopted from our facility.

If you choose to have your new pet spayed/neutered at another location, that expense is not covered through the adoption process. All dogs and cats must be spayed/neutered before they can go into the custody of their new owner.

The Hot Springs Animal Shelter reserves the right to refuse any adoption.Stop Animal Cruelty in Hot Spring/Garland Counties was founded in August of 2008. It's founders were deeply concerned about the welfare of the animals in Hot Spring and Garland Counties and lack of their owners education in regards to the proper care of animals. Stop Animal Cruelty investigates cases of neglect and abuse, we try to educate and help the owners of these animals. if that is not possible, we turn the case over to the county Sheriff's Dept. We have been instrumental in shutting down a 175 dog puppy mill, a 40 dog puppy mill, rescuing 24 race horses and rehoming them. We have been involved with several hoarder cases and made arrangments for these animals to go to breed rescues. We have worked closely with the kill shelter in Malvern, AR for the past three years and in the past two and one half years we have not lost an adoptable animals from that shelter. We have sent many dogs to their forever homes in other states and arranged transport for these dogs. We have also sent many dogs to other no kill rescues who vet and rehome them. We hold many fundraisers to obtain the money to care for these animals. At any one time we have over 50 animals in foster care waiting for their forever homes. We have a very active face book page Stop Animal Cruelty in Hot Spring County (Arkansas)