Floyd County Animal Control

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  • 431 Mathis Rd SE

    Rome, GA 30161

    Map & Directions
  • 706-236-4537

About Floyd County Animal Control

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Mon. - Fri. 9am - 5pm;Sat. - Sun. CLOSED

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The Floyd County Animal Control needs to be reviewed/ overhauled. The AC NEEDS to form good working relationships with rescue organizations to help aid placing/adopting animals. More press and adoption days at various locations need to be held each month to help adopt out more animals. Suggestion: If someone pays the fee for the animal and if the animal is of age to be spay/neuter why not say that the animal will be taken to XX vet to be spay/neutered and that person can pick them up after the procedure, that way you know that animal is not breeding. Each time an animal is brought to the shelter it needs to be examined by a vet, tested for disease, and euthnized immediately per vet recommendation if no hope or treatment is available. Injured animals should be given medical treatment instead of being put in a cage until time to be euthnized days later. Animals need to be exercised regularly, given clean water, food, and proper bedding. Animals are left without water for hours because they might turn the water over and people get tired of cleaning the floors.

If more adoption events were held away from AC more people might come to adopt. Some people can not go to AC because it is too sad to see the animals and know that because you chose this animal others will dye.

PROS:
CONS: lack of water, excerise, and medical treatment for the animals

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The Floyd County Animal Control needs to be reviewed/ overhauled. The AC NEEDS to form good working relationships with rescue organizations to help aid placing/adopting animals. More press and adoption days at various locations need to be held each month to help adopt out more animals. Suggestion: If someone pays the fee for the animal and if the animal is of age to be spay/neuter why not say that the animal will be taken to XX vet to be spay/neutered and that person can pick them up after the procedure, that way you know that animal is not breeding. Each time an animal is brought to the shelter it needs to be examined by a vet, tested for disease, and euthnized immediately per vet recommendation if no hope or treatment is available. Injured animals should be given medical treatment instead of being put in a cage until time to be euthnized days later. Animals need to be exercised regularly, given clean water, food, and proper bedding. Animals are left without water for hours because they might turn the water over and people get tired of cleaning the floors.

If more adoption events were held away from AC more people might come to adopt. Some people can not go to AC because it is too sad to see the animals and know that because you chose this animal others will dye.

PROS:
CONS: lack of water, excerise, and medical treatment for the animals

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