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White and Black DogDonations are essential to the success of the Oakland County Animal Control and Pet Adoption Center. They are used to provide animals with the proper medical attention and everyday needs.
 
Donations can be made by stopping by the Center, located at 1700 Brown Road in Auburn Hills or call 248-391-4100. For more information please contact us.
 
Our center relies on donations to help our furry friends. One of our biggest needs is dog and cat food.  Our food bills are nearly $22k every year!  We feed any good quality DRY food for dogs and cats.  We also use canned food, specifically for special needs animals for puppies & kittens.
 
We also use regular cat litter.  Clumping litter is NOT used in shelter environments as the litter has to be totally discarded every couple of days, so it is not cost efficient. 
 
We accept towels, blankets, wash cloths, carpeting and sheets.  If a pet won’t eat or destroy a blanket or towel, they will get one to lie on. 
 
Our Wish List: We are always in need of the following items:
  • Towels and blankets 
  • Canned cat food 
  • Cat litter and pans
  • Bound carpet samples
  • Pet carriers 
  • Pet toys 
  • Leashes and collars
  • Food dishes
 
We do accept monetary donations.  There is a special fund set up for our shelter so we may use the funds for medical needs for a pet or for improvements to the shelter.
 
A new service is now available at the Oakland County Animal Control & Pet Adoption Center. You can now donate online!  

Oakland County Animal Control and Pet Adoption Center Donation

Donation Form

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Every $25 donation can feed up to 10 pets per week, and provide necessary veterinary vaccinations.

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Sponsor a Pet - Love one of our adoptable pets but not in a position to adopt? Sponsor an adoptable animal from the Oakland County Animal Control and Pet Adoption Center and we’ll send you a monthly update and picture of your pet. Contact the shelter with your sponsored pet information.

 

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