Building a compassionate community
through the care of companion animals

Working Cats Program

Adopt

Find your next best friend, 
adopt a shelter pet today!

Monthly Giving

Help us provide care to our
homeless pets all year long.

Spay/Neuter

Beat the heat! Make your
pet’s appointment today.

Dog Training

Positive reinforcement training!
A well trained dog is a happy dog.
Adoptable Dogs

Adoptable Cats

Join Our Team!

Love animals? Join our team! Tails is currently hiring for the positions of  Animal Care Technician and Lead Veterinary Technician. Learn More!

 

Fall Yard Sale

There’s a reason we call this “Not Your Grandma’s Yard Sale.” We have TONS of BRAND NEW items available for a fraction of retail price! Of course we have stuff for your pets, but that’s not all! Grab some home goods, kitchen items, toys, fall decor and more! Come shop from 9-Noon on Saturday September 10th at the Tails Training Center.
Early Bird Special: Shop the sale early between 8-9 am for a $10 donation. All proceeds benefit the animals at Tails!

 

Mutt Strut 5K – Saturday October 1st

Join us at Hopkins Park in DeKalb on Saturday October 1st or virtually from anywhere as we run for the rescues! This dog-friendly 5K run/walk is a fundraiser supporting the 3,400 animals who come to Tails for help every year. Register by September 1st to get a t-shirt and matching bandana for your pup! Click here for more info.

 

Many Ways to Help

We need you and so do the animals! At Tails, we offer a variety of exciting opportunities designed to provide the best quality of life for homeless animals in our care. There are opportunities to work directly with our animals or you can support us behind the scenes. There is something for everyone age 5 years and up! Get Involved

 

Happy Tails

Thank you for adopting and giving these pets a wonderful home! We love to see and hear how our alums are doing, please send pictures and updates to pictures@tailshumanesociety.org

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Tails is 100 % donor and service funded. We rely on support from our community to accomplish this life saving work.