|Atlantic County Government
DIVISION OF PUBLIC HEALTH
The Atlantic County Animal Shelter was developed as a regional response to the needs of local municipalities for an animal control shelter. It opened in October 1995. The Animal Shelter operates with a small staff and volunteers who help handle the care and feeding of the animals. Animals may be adopted by members of the public. The shelter offers educational programs. Schools and organizations are welcome to tour the facility and meet with the staff. Donations of pet food and supplies are greatly appreciated.
The Animal Shelter is open seven days a week:
Tuesday, 1:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Address: 240 Old Turnpike Road, Pleasantville, NJ 08232
The following fees currently apply to the adoption of animals.
The following are also available for an additional fee:
What's Happening at Your Animal Shelter
Animal Shelter Free Obedience Class for Shelter Dog Adoptees
Call the Shelter for next available class.
There are no clinics scheduled at this time.
You may be eligible to have your pet spayed or neutered at a discounted price at one of the participating veterinary hospitals.
Michele Rappoport, Shelter Volunteer and Student
"I am so glad I was able to do my massage internship at Atlantic County Animal Shelter. It was a wonderfully welcoming environment..."
Do you love animals?
White Horse Pike (US Route 30) - Turn south on to Shore Road
in Absecon and follow it into Pleasantville where it becomes Main
Street. Turn left off Main Street on to Old Turnpike Road which is
located shortly before the railroad tracks at Washington Avenue.
The Animal Shelter is located at the end of Old Turnpike Road.