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Floyd County

Animal Control

The Floyd County Animal Control Department is located at 99 North Avenue, Rome, GA and is responsible for all animal control operations including field operations, shelter management and care, and the animal adoption/rescue program for Floyd County Animal Control (also known as PAWS).

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General Information:

Physical Address: Phone: 
99 North Ave (706) 236-4537
Rome, GA 30161
Mailing Address: Fax:
P.O Box 946 (706) 233-0032
Rome, GA 30162-0946

Hours of Operation:

WALK-IN HOURS (ADOPTIONS/SURRENDERS) TELEPHONE HOURS
MON 10:00 AM--6:00 PM 9:00 AM--5:00 PM
TUE 10:00 AM--6:00 PM 9:00 AM--5:00 PM
WED CLOSED 9:00 AM--5:00 PM
THU 10:00 AM--6:00 PM 9:00 AM--5:00 PM
FRI 10:00 AM--6:00 PM 9:00 AM--5:00 PM
SAT 1:00 PM--5:00 PM CLOSED
SUN 1:00 PM--5:00 PM CLOSED

Please note that Animal Control Officers are not available to go on calls, such as to pick up stray animals, on weekends (Saturday—Sunday).

OUR MISSION

  • To shelter lost, unwanted and neglected animals.
  • To prevent suffering and provide healthcare services to sheltered animals.
  • To provide comprehensive adoption and rescue programs.
  • To prevent human injuries and the spread of disease by humanely capturing and containing free-roaming animals.
  • To assist members of the community in becoming more responsible at pet ownership by creating public education programs and providing helpful information.
  • To consistently work to improve our performance through education and by putting forth dedication to our mission.
  • When unavoidable, to humanely provide euthanasia.

FAQ (LINKS)

  1. Where can I take a look at animals that are available for adoption?
  2. Where do you get your animals?
  3. If an animal was surrendered by its owner, won’t it have behavioral problems?
  4. I want to adopt an animal. What do I do?
  5. How much does it cost to adopt an animal?
  6. If I adopt a dog or cat, am I required to have it fixed? How many animals do you adopt out?
  7. How much does it cost to spay/neuter an animal?
  8. Is there a leash law in Floyd County?
  9. Help! I’ve lost my pet. What do I do?