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LATEST NEWS

Animal Control

The Animal Control Division of the Public Works Department maintains the City of Tullahoma animal shelter and is responsible for enforcing the animal control laws within the city. This division strives to reunite lost dogs with their families and to place unclaimed dogs in good homes. We were awarded the Municipal Achievement Award for Excellence in Animal Control based on our adoption program.

Microchip identification is now available to all dogs adopted from the shelter. For a $15 or greater donation, a microchip will be implanted free at the Pet Medical Center in Tullahoma. For more details, contact Teresa at 931-454-9580 or 454-1768 or animalcontrol@tullahomatn.gov

Bark in the Park is one of our fundraisers held by the Tullahoma Animal Shelter to raise funds to provide medical care for sick and injured dogs. Each year thou

sands of dollars are raised to provide care for the dogs in the shelter. Many dogs have been saved because medical care has been available.

Read the article about our shelter from the Tennessee Public Works Magazine.

Click to see our dogs for adoption on Pet Finder, and visit us on Facebook.

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