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Adopt a Pet
animals available for adoption
Directions to the Animal Shelter
Take 291 Highway south out of Liberty to Old 210 Highway. Turn east on Old 210 Highway and it is about a half mile on the right side of the road.
Report a Lost or Found Pet
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to report a pet that was lost or found in Liberty.
A significant aspect of the Animal Shelter’s operation is the importance of the spay/neuter program, as it relates to our adoptable animals. All animals adopted from the shelter are spayed or neutered before going home to their owners. Through close ties with Liberty veterinarians, costs for approved
are as follows:
Spayed/ Neutered Animals
Dog - $80 plus the cost of a heart worm test (pets 7 months and older) and Rabies vaccination (pets 4 months and older).
$55 adoption fee for cats at the Liberty Animal Shelter plus the cost of the FIV/ Feline Leukemia test and Rabies vaccination (pets 4 months and older).
$90 adoption fees for cats affiliated with the our PetSmart partnership because these animals are current on vaccinations.
Owning Pets in Liberty
All dogs over the age of four months must be vaccinated against rabies and licensed with the City.
Licenses are available at the Liberty Animal Shelter, all local veterinarians and at City Hall. Proof of vaccination must be provided. The license tags must be displayed on the dog's collar at all times.
All female dogs in heat are required to be confined within a building, in a way that they will not be accessible to other dogs except for planned breeding.
There are limitations to the number of animals that one can own. No owner shall own, keep or harbor more than a total combination of four (4) dogs and/or cats over the age of four months.
states that animals should be properly cared for. Animals of any species must be under restraint at all times, and dog owners cannot allow their dogs to become a public nuisance by barking or howling.
Animals, which are a physical threat to humans or other animals, or are wild by nature, are prohibited under the code. An animal owner must follow special provisions once an animal has bitten an individual or another animal.
It is unlawful to keep, harbor, own or in any way possess any pit bull dog within the limits of the City of Liberty. "Pit bull dog" is defined to mean:
The bull terrier breed of dog
Staffordshire bull terrier breed of dog
The American pit bull terrier breed of dog
The American Staffordshire terrier breed of dog
Dogs of mixed breed or other breeds than listed above which is known as pit bulls, pit bull dogs, or pit bull terriers
Any dog which has the appearance and characteristics of being predominantly of these breeds
Liberty Animal Shelter
1501 Old 210 Highway
Liberty, MO 64068 |
101 E. Kansas
Liberty, MO 64068
Mon: noon–4 p.m.
Tues: noon–4 p.m.
Wed: 1–5 p.m.
Thurs: noon–4 p.m.
Sat: noon–4 p.m.
After Hours Number: 816.439.4701
Discounted spay/neuter packages available Feb. 23-28
In an effort to help prevent companion animal overpopulation, Liberty Animal Control has coordinated with three Liberty veterinarians to offer a reduced-price sterilization program.
101 E. Kansas, Liberty, MO 64068
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