Shelter Information

2250 Barber Greene Road
DeKalb, IL 60115
(the shelter is located just west of the
intersection of Peace and Barber Greene Roads)

Phone 815-758-2457 (815.75.TAILS)
Fax 815-487-4944
Email info@tailshumanesociety.org
 

HOURS
Mon  Noon-6pm
Tues Noon-6pm
Wed  Noon-6pm
Thur  Noon-7pm
Fri     Noon-7pm
Sat    Noon-5pm
Sun   Noon-5pm

Welcome to Tails

Ribbon Cutting for the new Dog Exercise Building!

Thanks to DeKalb Chamber of Commerce Executive Director, Matt Duffy, the Chamber Ambassadors, TAILS volunteers, board and staff for attending the ribbon cutting for the new dog exercise building.  This area will provide a place for the dogs to run around and play during inclement weather.  Thank you so very much to our community and Petco Foundation for donating the funds, and to Pat Marshall Construction for making this possible!

Meet our TAILS Pets of the Week!

The lucky adopter of our fabulous feline of the week will receive a free kitty carrier and kitty toys.  
The lucky canine adopter will receive a free dog obedience class through the TAILS dog training program.

Please note:  as our Pets of the Week get adopted, their information will no longer appear on the site.  
Two new Pets of the Week will be chosen each Monday.


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