CITY OF
WAYNESVILLE

Municipal Center
(573) 774-6171

Police
(573) 774-2414

 
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ANIMAL SHELTER

Welcome to the Waynesville Animal Shelter. At this time we are only equipped to handle  dogs. We are always looking for volunteers at the animal shelter. If you have any questions, comments or concerns, please contact the Animal Control Officer Susan Rather at (573) 774-6509.
 
Hours of Operation:
Monday thru Friday:  9 am - 6 pm
    Saturday:  1 pm - 5 pm
    Sunday:  CLOSED

Location: 1502 Ousley Road, Waynesville, Missouri 65583. Near the Waynesville Fire Department and the Pulaski County Ambulance District under the water tower. Top of the Waynesville Hill across from the cemetery.
 

Waynesville Animal Shelter Costs & Fees  (effective January 1, 2018)

Turning in a Dog/Owner Surrender:  Vet records must accompany each dog, must be up to date on vaccines, and must have a negative heartworm test done within 30 days of surrender.      

  Adult Adoption Fee……………….… $90.00
   Puppy Adoption Fee……..….…….. $75.00
  Owner Surrender Fee………….…… $75.00
  Micro-Chip Fee…………………….….. $20.00
  Stray Hold Fee - Per Day……….…. $15.00
  In Pound Fee - Per Day……….…… $15.00
  Quarantine Charge - Per Day.…… $20.00


Forms:
 
If you are interested in volunteering or in adopting an animal, please print the form below.  Once you have filled the form out, please bring the form by the Waynesville Animal Shelter or by the Waynesville Municipal Center located at 100 Tremont Center, Waynesville, Missouri.

Volunteer Application Form (PDF)              
 
Ownership Questionnaire Form (PDF)


 

 
     
 


The City of Waynesville, Missouri, is located in Pulaski County, Missouri, and is home to Fort Leonard Wood.  Historic Route 66 winds its way through downtown Waynesville, and the area near the Roubidoux Spring in Waynesville's Laughlin Park was used as a Cherokee encampment during the 1837-1839 Trail of Tears march.