Trumbull CT Animal Shelter
The Trumbull Animal Group, (TAG) is a non-profit, tax-exempt organization formed in 1999. We work closely with the Trumbull Animal Control Officer to give a number of solutions to lost and/or abandoned pets admitted into the Trumbull Shelter. We make sure you help out with finding permanent, loving homes for several adoptable animals. The objective of this non-profit company is always to strive to further the explanation for the humane and ethical treatment of creatures. For this end, the company looks to boost general public knowing of the difficulties dealing with animals in your community, is going to work to lessen the situations of pet neglect and punishment, look for to facilitate within the use of animals and raise resources the maintenance and betterment of this creatures at Trumbull dog shelter.
Following your pet dog
Check us out during our regular company hours or, if you like, make a scheduled appointment to see your pet dog. The housing is closed during regular hours in the event that animal control officer has gone out on an emergency telephone call. Unfortuitously, on line applications for dogs aren't offered.
Following a Cat
The Trumbull Shelter features two new cat rooms and lots of wonderful cats and kittens. The optimum time to come in and look is 9-12 since there are 2 staff members in the morning. Come into the protection or phone to create an appointment.
Occasionally we now have smaller creatures designed for use. Check out the web site regularly for changes to our adoptable animals listings.
We always welcome donations of puppy food. Nutro kibble is advised once we try to keep carefully the dogs on a frequent diet. Additionally we also need durable chew toys of most types to help keep the puppies occupied. Our cats in addition welcome donations of pet food, pet toys and clay litter.
Any donations may be fallen off at the housing during regular business hours.
We at TAG continually use our dogs, therefore be sure to see the updates to be able to see the development produced by the dogs. We wish to believe they wouldn't be around long enough for an update but that is not necessarily the case. We continue to decide to try our far better make sure we get a proper home the puppies and any other impounded pets. Volunteers assistance by-walking and socializing the dogs, keeping the protection clean and arranged, fundraising, etc. We additionally generate leaflets and posters to help keep users in addition to general public informed of your tasks and just take images of the creatures designed for use and post these photo here on Petfinder, on Twitter as well as in the Trumbull instances.
Often, pets admitted on housing require non-emergency medical care. Funds raised through membership dues, efforts and fund raising events pay money for needed immunizations, spaying and neutering, and non-emergency illness and accidents. TAG has also bought products and gear for the housing to improve proper care of the animals. Through combined attempts of TAG additionally the Trumbull Canine Shelter staff, our four-legged buddies are taken care of while waiting around for a permanent residence.
Come Visit Us
We have been found at 324 Church Hill Road in Trumbull just along the slope from Middlebrook Avenue additionally the EMS. Through the Merritt Parkway traveling South, take exit 50. Right off the exit onto Rte 127 (White Plains Road). Shelter is various miles upon the remaining, only at night public works division. Through the Merritt Parkway traveling North, just take exit 48 principal Street. Left off leave onto principal Street. At 2nd end light, just take a right on Middlebrook Avenue. Follow to get rid of and simply take a right on Church Hill Rd. Shelter could be the after that driveway regarding the right.