The shelters below might have a non-adoption policy on Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes and may only release them to licensed rescue organizations. If you visit any of those facilities and find a Pit Bull type dog you are interested to adopt, please contact us as soon as possible and we may be able to get the dog for you. Thorough screening (including homechecks, references, and temperament evaluation) will be required.
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Kansas City Animal Control
Our mission is to provide law enforcement and professional animal control and care services to the citizens and animal population of Kansas City, Mo., so that the community is protected from animals and animal borne diseases, animals are treated humanely and the public is informed about responsible pet ownership. 4400 Raytown Road,
Kansas City MO,
Humane Society of Greater KC
Founded in 1912, we are the oldest existing humane society in metropolitan Kansas City. We were originally called The Humane Society of Wyandotte County and two sisters are credited with our founding, Sarah Jacobs and Henriette H. Jacobs. In 1970, we changed our name to The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City and continue to this day to serve the entire metropolitan area.
5445 Parallel Pkwy,
Kansas City, KS 66104,
Lee Summit Animal Shelter
The Lee's Summit Animal Control's mission is to protect public health and property, while also improving the conditions for companion animals. Our goal is to assist both current animal owners and potential adopters in enjoying the pleasures and great rewards of responsible pet ownership.
1249 NE Tudor Rd,
Lee's Summit, MO 64086,
Independence MO, Animal Control/Shelter
We are here to act in services and strive to protect the health safety and welfare of the animals and people of the City of Independence. 875 Vista
Wayside Waifs is a charitable animal shelter whose purpose is to improve the quality of animal welfare in our community by providing humane treatment and advocating for companion animals. For more information call 816-761-8151 or email
Great Plains SPCA
Great Plains SPCA is the Kansas City Metro's most comprehensive No Kill animal welfare organization, serving more than 30000 needy pets annually.
The Pet Connection
The Pet Connection, Inc. is a no-kill, nonprofit animal shelter located in the Kansas City
Metro area. It is the intention of The Pet Connection to form a no kill coalition for companion animals within our community by educating the public, providing spay/neuter and other responsible pet owner services, and to find unwanted and abandoned animals homes.