Giles County Animal Shelter

Until There Are None Left to Rescue
Before you surrender your pet to a local animal shelter, please consider other options that are available to you.

We have great dogs and cats for adoption! So, come by and adopt a new best friend or just come by and visit. Our guys love to meet new people and have visitors. Come by and give a local shelter animal a forever home!

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Giles County Animal Shelter

Giles County Animal Shelter

We are working to make our County a better place, one animal at a time. Our Shelter can only accept CASH and CHECK payments.

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Giles County Animal Shelter

 

678 Green Hollow Rd.
Pearisburg, Virginia 24134
Phone: (540) 921-2053
Open: Wed-Sun 12:00PM – 4:00PM

 

Tracy Allen – Shelter Manager
Email: tallen@gilescounty.org

 

Skylar Sojka – Assistant Shelter Manager
Email:  ssojka@gilescounty.org

Dog Tags may be purchased at:

 

Giles Treasurer’s Office
130 North Main Street, Pearisburg, VA 24134
(540) 921-1240

DEADLINE IS JANUARY 31

Proof of current Rabies Shot is required.

FEES

Download Dog Tag Application by Mail Form
Kennel tags must be purchased at the Treasurer’s Office.

Lifetime Tag $10
Rabies Vaccination must remain current to keep Lifetime License valid.

Kennel Tags $25
Proof that applicant maintains a bona fide kennel is required.

Veterinary Services

 

 

Additional Resources

Pet Insurance

Read the Giles County Pet Ordinance PDF

Virginia State Law

Most of the laws in Virginia related to animal health and welfare are included in Title 3.2, Chapter 65 (“Comprehensive Animal Care”), of the Code of Virginia.  These laws, among other things, proscribe the standard of care that an owner must provide to his or her companion animal; regulate the operation pet shops, breeders, boarding establishments and groomers; sets forth the authority of local governing bodies to adopt ordinances regulating companion animals and the operation of a pound such as the Regional Center; and defining and setting for penalties for animal cruelty.  Click on this link to view a copy of Virginia’s Comprehensive Animal Care law.

 

The Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs, through its Division of Animal Food and Industry Services, is responsible for administering Virginia’s Comprehensive Animal Care law.  You can learn more about the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Affairs by visiting its website:  http://www.vdacs.virginia.gov/index.shtml.