Pets in Need

Adoptable Pets at the Bladen County Shelter

Call the number listed in the description of the pet you are interested in (click on pet’s name). Silvia can also help you at (910) 876-0539 or email bladenpets at Transport may be obtained at a reasonable cost.

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Elizabethtown nc Hero Still no rescue or adoptive home for Hero. He is running out of time. If you can help this poor black bulldog before it is too late for Hero. Call or text Silvia 9108760539 Debbie 339 832 0806 or email ... See MoreSee Less

Elizabethtown North Carolina, UPDATE ***** The vet said that it looks like demodex and that is not contagious and they will give Hero some extra time unless it gets worse . emergency emergency emergency. HELP BIG BLACK PIT and ringworm Too! HERO HAS SUSPICIOUS SPOTS ON HIS BACK MAY BE RINGWORM. The KILL shelter is taking Hero to the vet and if it is ringworm , he will have to leave TODAY. The county kill shelter will NOT allow him to stay because it is contagious. They will kill him. A SHELTER FRIEND is not the county shelter. We are a 501 c3 liaison. Unless we find rescue for him to gay he will be euthanized. We can treat the ringworm but without a permanent place to go we just cannot pull him. He must have a commitment TODAY. we have no room to keep dogs long term Network like crazy Beg rescues. If hero is going to have a chance to survive we need everyone's help. Call or text Silvia 910 876 0539 Debbie 339 832 0806 or email

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Elizabethtown nc senior Lady has recovered from her illness and left to her rescue in Charlotte where she will find her forever home. She will be in a foster home learning to be a pet and what is expected from a house dog. No more hunting for this old Lady. We are so happy to those who helped sponsor her vetting and her recovery. A Shelter Friend cannot save lives without your help. ... See MoreSee Less

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Rocky was visited by A shelter friend volunteers And we brought him presents. A new bed as he ate Another one. a new rope toy and more appropriate chew toys. He is such a sweet boy and we would love to get him home but we are unable till May 6th.

BackStory Rocky was brought into the kill shelter with an unknown bite on his foot. Our County requires a 4 month quarantine or Euthanasia. So poor Rocky is in doggie jail until May 6th when we will have a huge Jail Break party. We love you Rocky and will just have to settle for visitation until then. Thank you Southeastern vet hospital for keeping this Boy safe.
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