Adopt A Pet

  • Fannin County Animal Control Officer J.R. Cornett shows off this female lab mix. She was taken in April 6, in the area of Eagle Top Drive off of Squirrel Hunting Road. She is staying at Animal Control until she is adopted. Her coat is a beautiful tan color with striking eyes. View this beautiful dog under Animal Control number 123-20.
    Fannin County Animal Control Officer J.R. Cornett shows off this female lab mix. She was taken in April 6, in the area of Eagle Top Drive off of Squirrel Hunting Road. She is staying at Animal Control until she is adopted. Her coat is a beautiful tan color with striking eyes. View this beautiful dog under Animal Control number 123-20.
  • This beautiful female Bull mix was picked up on March 4, in the area of Jack’s River. She is staying with Animal Control until reclaimed or adopted. She sports a short white and gray coat. View this beautiful girl under Animal Control number 93-20.
    This beautiful female Bull mix was picked up on March 4, in the area of Jack’s River. She is staying with Animal Control until reclaimed or adopted. She sports a short white and gray coat. View this beautiful girl under Animal Control number 93-20.
  • This beautiful female Boxer mix was picked up March 4. She sports a short white coat with brown spots. This sweet girl will remain at Animal Control until adopted. View this dog under Animal Control number 92-20.
    This beautiful female Boxer mix was picked up March 4. She sports a short white coat with brown spots. This sweet girl will remain at Animal Control until adopted. View this dog under Animal Control number 92-20.
  • This medium sized female mix was taken in on March 3. She has a short tannish coat and is very friendly. She was picked up on Clay Circle in Morganton and will be staying at Animal Control until adopted. View this sweet girl under Animal Control number 91-20.
    This medium sized female mix was taken in on March 3. She has a short tannish coat and is very friendly. She was picked up on Clay Circle in Morganton and will be staying at Animal Control until adopted. View this sweet girl under Animal Control number 91-20.
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Animal Control Officers and volunteers alike hope folks will be willing to open their hearts and homes to the dogs in their facility.

In the past week, officers brought in one dog. Owners reclaimed two dogs and one was taken by Homeward Bound. Another dog was adopoted.

Community members are welcome to make item or monetary donations and may also walk dogs to help get them exercise.

Pet owners should make sure to properly tag and identify pets to prevent them being picked up unnecessarily.

It it also advised to keep microchip information up to date.

Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 9 a.m. to noon at the facility.

After hours the officers follow up with community concerns and respond to stray dogs at Animal Control, to donate, volunteer or to see if a lost family pet has been picked up, call 706-632-3845.