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Is Your Pet Microchipped?

On average 1 in 3 pets go missing from their homes in their lifetime.  Life often brings about unexpected situations.  Make sure your pet is prepared!  Microchips help to reunite these pets in their homes.  If you are interested in another layer of protection, consider registering your pet's microchip locally, with Bloomington Animal Care and Control.   This will allow Animal Control Officer to reunite you with your pet more quickly, often avoiding shelter stays!  If your pet is not currently microchipped, your veterinarian, the staff at the Animal Shelter or one of these organizations would be happy to assist!

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Shelter Visitation Changes

The Adoption Center is operating by appointment.  Our adoptable animals can be viewed here. 

If you would like to schedule an appointment, please fill out an online application.   One of our staff members will contact you for adoption counseling and  setting up an appointment to complete the adoption and pick up your new pet.

Thank you for helping us keep our staff, volunteers and members of the public safe and healthy during this time. 

 

Who We Are

A division of the Department of Public Works, Animal Care and Control operates the City of Bloomington Animal Shelter and provides animal control assistance for the City. Bloomington Animal Care and Control's mission is to address and respond to all animal needs in the community through education, enforcement and support in order to build a community where animals are valued and treated with kindness and respect.

Please contact us at (812)349-3492 with any animal-related questions or concerns.