Catawba County Animal Services Catawba County Animal Services provides animal control services for Catawba County as required by North Carolina state law. This includes responding to and investigating reports of animal cruelty, animal nuisance, stray animals, and animal bites. The Animal Services team operates from offices in the Catawba County Animal Shelter and is responsible for maintenance of the shelter building.
For more information about Catawba County Animal Services, visit the Animal Services drop-down menu at the top of this page. To contact Catawba County Animal Services, call (828) 465-8228. Catawba County Animal Shelter The Catawba County Animal Shelter provides services that seek to meet the needs of the community at large and local governments by providing safe, humane shelter for impounded, homeless, abused, neglected, lost or abandoned animals.
It also serves as home base for Catawba County’s Animal Services division. The shelter is fully operated by the Humane Society of Catawba County, which facilitates the intake of all animals presented at the shelter from within Catawba County, veterinary care, fostering and adoption, educational programming and vaccine clinics, volunteer coordination, and maintenance of shelter equipment. For more information about any of these services, call the Humane Society at (828) 464-8878 or visit www.
catawbahumane.org. Contact:Animal ServicesPhone: (828) 465-8228FAX: (828) email@example.comIf you live in the city limits of Brookford, Catawba, Hickory, Long View, Maiden or Newton, please contact your local police departments regarding animal control concerns.Animal Cruelty Reporting Hotline(828) 465-7945Catawba County Animal ShelterHumane Society of Catawba County(828) 464-8878 201 GovernmentServices DrNewton, NC 28658Shelter Hours of Operation:Tuesday-Saturday: 11am - 6pmClosed Sundays and MondaysTranslate: HmongSee Also: Animal Rescue Mechanicsburg Pa
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** If you are in need of finding your English Setter or Llewellin Setter a new homeor would like to inquire about adopting a setter that you see here,please use the appropriate form below, fill it out, and we will do what we can to get you connected. If you are interested in permanently adopting or fostering one of our rescue dogs, please fill out our Adoption Application. If you are in need of rehoming your setter and would like to see your dog advertised here, please fill out our Rescue Dog Information form.
If you are going to relinquish all rights to your dog and surrender him/her into our custody, please print our Owner Surrender form, fill it out and mail it to us. These are stories of Setters that have come through our Setter Rescue Networkand they are currently living in the homes of Setter Lovers! Sept 2014: Cary, NC => Whitsett, NC Ozzie went to a new foster home in Whitsett, NC, not too far from his original home and the foster worked out so well that they have now agreed to permanently adopt Ozzie! Another wonderful success story and proof that this process actually works! June 2014: Watson's family was able to locate a new home for him themselves shortly after we posted our ad on this page.
We wish Watson the best in his new home! June 2014: Douglasville, GA => Kirkwood, IL Lola was adopted by a wonderful family who had been fostering many Setters while looking for a gal just like her! They said she was a gift from God at the perfect time, just as one of their fosters went to a new permanent home. She will be living on a large acreage with a pond and will have the chance to hunt and do what she loves the most.
October 2013: Des Moines, IA => Dallas, TX A wonderful couple from Dallas found Annie on our website and contacted us interested in adopting her. I put them in touch with her owner and they drove up to meet her and take her home with them. Another wonderfully success story! September 2012: Superior, WI => Virginia Beach, VA Cephus, now called Hazel, was relocated to a new home in Virginia where she is doing very well and is fitting right in with her new family and Llewellin sibling named Willow.
Thanks Jamie for caring enough about this setter to give her a foster home until she could be relocated! September 2012: Poplar Bluff, MO => Marble Rock, IA Sir Loxley was adopted by a wonderful couple in Marble Rock IA in early September 2012. He should be very happy in his new forever home. YAY! May 2012: Hiram, OH => Sheldon, IA Molly was adopted by a family in Sheldon IA so she was relocated from Hiram OH.
Her new family picked her up on their way through Ohio on their way home from a trip. Molly will have the opportunity to hunt and has a new Chocolate Lab doggy sister named Lady for a companion. April 2012: Fort Dodge, IA => Portland, OR Dash was adopted by a couple in Portland OR and had a successful airline flight from Fort Dodge IA to his new home. The couple is very active, hiking, jogging, cycling, and they plan to include him on their outings so he will have plenty of exercise an attention.
They were very excited to adopt Dash and couldn't wait to have him as part of the family. April 2011: Smithburg, MD => Atlanta, GA Chief was adopted by an airline pilot / flight instructor and his family near Atlanta GA so he was relocated from Smithsburg MD. The two families met half way near the NC border to make the transfer. The latest reports are that Chief's original family was thrilled to find such a wonderful new home for him and they've heard he is doing well and being introduced to everyone in his new family.
Another Llew Rescue Success Story! February 2011: Honesdale, PA => New Market, MD Frankie was adopted by a family that only lived hours away from where he was after finding him featured on our website. It's amazing how things work out. He is now living happily with with his new family and has another setter for a playmate. February 2011: Los Angeles, CA => Chico, CA Colby was adopted by a wonderful man that has always had white/black Llewellin Setters.
He fell in love with Colby at first sight and had to have him. Colby was relocated from southern to northern California, so he was lucky he only had to travel within his state. He now lives on a vast acreage with lots of room to run and goes for daily rides in a ATV around his huge yard. November 2010: Shellsburg, IA => Stilwell, KS James is an awfully LUCKY dog. He hit the jackpot in finding his final and "furever" home.
He now lives with a retired couple near the Kansas City, KS area and he plays ball, goes on daily walks, and for truck rides frequently. He is a wonderful companion and a complete blessing to these folks and since he's an only dog in their household he can steal all their attention. They fell in love with him even before they came to pick him up. It is truly a match made in heaven!! September 2010: Fayetteville, AR => Juda, WI Rugby successfully made the journey from Fayetteville Arkansas to Juda Wisconsin where he is now part of a Tri-Llew family! His new Llew sister is Hayden from our "H" litter and he will have a big brother Llew too named Spirit.
So far the reports are good. He's been introduced to his new siblings and is getting along great. His new family thinks he is a really good fit and they look forward to having Rugby as part of their active family. July 2010: Local Relocation Pepper is now in a new furever home. Her owner placed her locally with a wonderful family where she will now get the exercise, love and attention she so rightly deserves! July 2010: Oshkosh, WI => Marble Rock, IA Lucy Lou Birddog also had no trouble in finding a wonderful new forever home rather quickly.
She has been relocated from Oshkosh Wisconsin to Marble Rock Iowa. Her new owner called us the day they got her home to say how thrilled they are with her and that our description of her on this web page was very accurate. They also thanked us for creating the Setter Rescue Network, for all we do and for bringing such a magnificent dog into their lives. June 2010: Local Relocation Not long after we posted Hobbs' story on our website, his owner found him a wonderful new home locally in Wisconsin.
Hobbs, a 1/2 Llewellin Setter and 1/2 Large Munsterlander dog, now lives with a young man who likes to hunt and owns lots of land for him to run. May 2010: Atlanta, GA => Muscatine, IA Buck was spoken for in less than 24 hours after his story was posted on this web page. He was placed in a "furever" home, relocating to Muscatine Iowa from Atlanta Georgia. His new family, which includes two young boys, states that in only a few short weeks he has become their "dream dog" and they can't imagine life without him.
They now call him Jake. March 2008: Illinois => Kentucky Kachina was originally purchased as a puppy by a family that does not hunt, but wanted an active dog for outdoor activities. Kachina (our dog Bristol's full blooded sister) proved to be more than the family could handle so she was rehomed from Illinois into a furever setter loving family living in Kentucky. Katie, as she is now called, will have the opportunity to hunt and have another Llewellin family companion to play with.
Owner's found homes for these dogs: KD - 12/2012 About Our Setter Rescue Program If you have a Setter than you can no longer keep, please contact us and we'll help you find the perfect, loving and forever home for your dog! This is what we can do (free of charge): Contact Us | Site Map | Links | Copyright Copyright © 2005 Hickory Hollow Llewellin Setters.
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