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Donate to Surry County Animal Shelter

Surry County Animal Shelter
265 Old Burrough Rd,
Elberon,
VA, 23846

Phone: (757) 294-0158
E-mail: clackey@surrycountyva.gov
E-mail: Dfordham@surrycountyva.gov

Surry County Animal Shelter is a small rural facility in the south east of Virginia. Although we have a limited budget, the staff love and care for all animal residents and are willing to do what it takes to save all of them. We have a small number of staff which is why we require you to phone us to arrange a time to visit the shelter. Foster homes and rescues are welcome. For more information see the Surry County Animal Shelter website.

Donate a Kuranda Bed
Click here to donate a pet bed to Surry County Animal Shelter

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Please Donate to Help the Dogs and Cats
We have put together a list of things needed at the shelter in case anyone would like to help out. Thank you so much in advance for always supporting us in taking care of all the wonderful babies we have. A big thank you for everyone who has already donated to us.

We need:
  • Large puppy pads,

  • Canned kitten food (pate),

  • Dry adult cat food,

  • Adult dry dog food (21/12 from Johnson Bros, Surry preferred),

  • Kitten Replacement Milk,

  • Kitten bottles,

  • Pill pockets,

  • Cat litter,

  • Newspapers,

  • Paper towel,

  • Laundry detergent,

  • Unscented bleach,

  • Dawn dish soap,

  • Towels,

  • Wash cloths,

  • Blankets,

  • Office supplies,

  • Plastic dog beds
These are just some of the things incase you wish to donate. You can drop donations off 1pm-4:30pm Monday-Friday at:
Surry County Animal Shelter.
265 Old Burrough Rd,
Elberon,
VA, 23846

Phone: (757) 294-0158
Thank you for helping.

No Squeeky Toys Please
Toys that make a noise when you squeeze them can encourage some dogs to be aggressive towards young children because they squeek too. The device that makes the noise is usually small and can be harmful if swallowed. Some toys of this type contain a small battery which is poisonous if the dog eats it. The best toys are tuggers, tennis balls and hard chew toys that cannot be ripped apart.




































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