Pitt County Animal Shelter

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Rating: 2.0

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(2.0 out of 5, based on 2 reviews)

4550 County Home RoadGREENVILLE, NC 27858
252-902-1725
Hours: Monday-Friday 1-5:30 pm/ Saturdays 11-12:30 pm

241 miles away
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We are a high volume kill shelter that needs your help in finding loving forever homes for the animals that end up in our care.

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Ellenrod
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Rating: 3

Zoocomer

posted 6 years ago

On two separate ocassions, I have had to bring stray dogs to the shelter (after keeping for a few weeks and trying to find owners or some one to adopt them, I already have 3 dogs which were strays). One time, the person was very kind and understanding. Another time, the person gave the sense that I was inconvencing her, and was rather cold to both me and the dog. As this was already a sad time for both the dog and I, that made it worse. But, I know that there are very caring people who work with the shelter (Friends of Pitt Co. Shelter), and they work very hard to care for the dogs , find foster placements, and adopt out into loving homes.

Pros: knowledge of the animals, outside area to interact with animals

Cons: seem too eager to adopt out, without much info about the adopters.

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Dee Dee C.
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Rating: 1

Nice place

posted 6 years ago

I rescued my gorgeous dog Ladybug from this shelter after several weeks of consideration. I found her on petfinder.com and fell in love. I was a little apprehensive since I already had dogs, but she is great and Elizabeth was A LOT of help!

Pros: Very nice

Cons: kill shelter

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