Animal Services for both Fayetteville and Springdale are joining together for the annual nationwide Clear the Shelters pet-adoption drive
Fayetteville, Ark. – From Wednesday, Aug. 24, through Wednesday, Aug. 31, both cities will offer fee-waived adoptions for pets as part of the eighth annual initiative, which seeks to help families find and adopt homeless pets. Since 2014, Clear the Shelters has helped more than half a million pets find forever homes.
Fayetteville Animal Services Superintendent Justin Lentz said, “We are so excited to team up with Springdale and be a part of this nationwide event. Things have been difficult this year. All shelters and rescues in our area have been flooded with displaced pets due to the economic fall out of the pandemic.
All available dogs, puppies, cats and kittens at Fayetteville Animal Services (1640 S. Armstrong Ave.) and Springdale Animal Services (1549 E. Don Tyson Parkway) will be spayed or neutered, microchipped and vaccinated, if old enough.
The adoption process starts online, where adopters can fill out a simple application form. Once the application is approved, adopters are invited to come in at their convenience to find the perfect fit! To learn more and fill out the adoption application – and see photos of pets available for adoption – go to: https://www.fayetteville-ar.gov/539/Animal-Adoption-Process.