The mission of Rogers Animal Services is to provide for
public health and safety by removing stray animals from the
streets, monitoring bite incidents, ensuring city laws and
ordinances are enforced, protecting animal welfare, and
saving lives through pet adoptions at the Rogers Animal
Shelter. This is accomplished by using a progressive method
of animal control which is focused on education,
enforcement, and reuniting lost pets with their owners.
Rogers Animal Services is committed to serving both the two
legged and for legged citizens of Rogers Arkansas.
Since 2010, Rogers Animal Services has saved over 6000
animals by finding them new homes, returning them back home,
or getting them into rescue. In 2012 our re-homing rate
stands at 70% of the animals that came into the Rogers
Animal Shelter. We are working hard to make 2013 an even
better year for our four legged friends.
We have a strong volunteer corps and we are always in
need of good volunteers. If you are interested in
volunteering call Rogers Animal Services or just stop by the
Animal Shelter during business hours. We would love to have
Rogers Animal Services needs the support of our
community. You can make a difference by donating your time,
charitable contribution, or both. Since 2010, Rogers Animal
Services has collected almost $30,000 in donations from our
community. We have been able to make tangible improvements
to our facilities that directly benefit the animals. Come on
by for a tour and we can show you what we have done with
donation money. All monetary donations are tax deductible
and we provide receipts. Anything you can provide would be
|Adopting a New
Rogers Animal Shelter places pet adoptions as our top
priority. We work to temperament test each animal and to
learn their personality. This enables us to provide you with
the best match possible for your family. Our standard
adoption fee is $61. The adoption fee includes the spay or
neuter and microchip. Stop by the shelter or call for more
Per Arkansas State law all animals that are adopted must be
spayed or neutered before they can go home. Rogers Animal
Services does not provide a rabies vaccination. Per Arkansas
state law, a rabies vaccination must be provided by a
licensed veterinarian who can issue a rabies certificate.
Do you love animals, but you are not ready to bring one
home? You can still help an animal get adopted. Here’s how.
You can do either a partial sponsorship or a total
sponsorship which will reduce the cost of the adoption for
the animal. Each sponsorship is tax deductible. Call us or
stop by for details.
|Adopting a New
You can purchase a city license from two locations for
your convenience. You can purchase a license for your cat or
dog at either the Rogers Animal Shelter or Rogers City Hall.
You must have a copy of your cat or dog’s current rabies
License Fee: Spay/ Neuter - Free
Unaltered - $7.50 per animal (starting January 2014 this fee
will go to $ 50.00 per animal)
If you have any questions concerning city licenses, or
animal ordinances call Rogers Animal Services at (479)
The Rogers Animal Services hours are:
Animal Control – Monday through Friday 8am to 4pm
Saturday & Sunday (on-call for emergencies only, contact the
Rogers Police Department at (479) 636-4141)
Animal Shelter – Tuesday though Saturday 10am to
Sunday & Monday closed to the public.
- (479) 621-1197
2935 West Oak Street
Rogers, Arkansas 72758