Animal Welfare

Moore Animal Shelter and Adoption Center
3900 S. I-35 Service Rd
Approx. 2 miles from S. 19th St. and 1/4 mile from Indian Hills Road on the east side of the highway
Moore, OK 73160
(405) 793-5190

The Moore Animal Control Division is responsible for promoting public health and safety, for temporarily sheltering and providing humane disposition of unwanted or lost animals, and for promoting animal welfare so that pet ownership is a pleasure for owners without becoming a burden to the community.

Hours of Operation:

Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.  
Saturday - 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m.
Closed on Holidays


Animal Control Fees

$70 adoption fee  -  Animals are tested and vaccinated for species specific diseases (dog & cat), spayed or neutered and Micro-chipped prior to adoption.

$35 impound fee + $25 Rabies Deposit. Owners are required to show proof of rabies vaccination.  A $25 rabies vaccination deposit will be required for animals that do not have appropriate paperwork.  Owners can receive a refund of the rabies deposit when the vaccination is completed and paperwork is returned to City Hall. 

Other Services

The City of Moore Animal Control Department will collect information on lost and found pets. Please call Animal Control at (405) 793-5190 for more information.

The City of Moore Animal Control Department works with several humane associations in the care and adoption of animals.

Animal Welfare FAQ

Donating items to the shelter

We are very grateful to all citizens for donations given.  We always accept donations related to helping the animals.
Money is helpful to support vaccinations,  medical care or special diets when needed. All monetary donations go to the animals.

Pet food, treats, bedding, towels, blankets, leashes, collars, pet toys, etc. are always much appreciated.

We thank you so much for helping us to help the animals. Read More » about Animal Welfare FAQ

Animals Available for Adoption

The Moore Animal Control Division is responsible for promoting public health and safety, for temporarily sheltering and providing humane disposition of unwanted or lost animals, and for promoting animal welfare so that pet ownership is a pleasure for owners without becoming a burden to the community.

Adoption
Although adopted pets are removed from our listings daily, there is still a chance a pet you see here may find a home before you arrive. But there are always plenty more! Come and visit the new shelter and meet all the pets who need a home. Read More » about Animals Available for Adoption

Moore Animal Advocates Needed

Are you interested in volunteering your time, talents, or ideas to help animals in Moore? The Moore Animal Shelter is seeking interested citizens to help form a volunteer not for profit animal welfare group.  

Individuals can register to be on our email list and be notified about special volunteer opportunities. We are in the beginning stages of this process so please be patient with us.  

Volunteers are asked to dedicate 4 hours a months to shelter activities. Volunteer opportunities will include all or some of the following tasks: Read More » about Moore Animal Advocates Needed

Things you can do to reduce nusiance wildlife

1. Remove food sources. Pick up leftover dog and cat food at night and keep bird feeders out of their reach (or bring them in at night). Don’t let spilled food accumulate on the ground.

2. Prevent access to chimneys with a commercial cap made of sheet metal and heavy screen over the top of the chimney. Repair soffits to prevent access to attics and install strong, metal vent covers. Keep dampers closed when not in use, but consult a knowledgeable source to prevent a fire hazard. Read More » about Things you can do to reduce nusiance wildlife