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For the past several months, the Metro Animal Shelter has been experiencing frequent internet outages.  This negatively affects our phones...so if we're on the phone with you, know that we did not hang up!  Please try to call us back - you can also contact our manager Tory Walsh at 307-251-0478.  Thank you




Metro Animal Shelter in partnership with the Casper Police Department would like to sincerely thank the community of Casper for their support in rescuing and taking care of these animals. It is our honor to serve all members of this community.






Trouble Says...
 Children should be educated about bite prevention!

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  • Children should not approach, touch or play with any dog who is sleeping, eating, chewing on a toy or bone, or caring for puppies. Animals are more likely to bite if they’re startled, frightened or caring for young.

  • Children should never approach a barking, growling or scared dog.

  • Children should not pet unfamiliar dogs without asking permission from the dog’s guardian first. If the guardian says it is okay, the child should first let the dog sniff his closed hand. Then taking care to avoid petting the dog on the top of the head, he can pet the dog’s shoulders or chest.

  • Children should not try to pet dogs who are behind a fence or in a car. Dogs often protect their home or space.

  • If a child sees a dog off-leash outside, he should not approach the dog and should tell an adult immediately.

  • If a loose dog comes near a child, he should not run or scream. Instead, he should avoid eye contact with the dog and stand very still, like a tree, until the animal moves away. Once the dog loses interest, the child can slowly back away.

  • If a child falls down or is knocked to the ground by a dog, he should curl up in a ball with his knees tucked into his stomach, and fingers interlocked behind his neck to protect his neck and ears. If a child stays still and quiet like this, the dog will most likely just sniff him and then go away.

  • Children should never try to outrun a dog. If a dog does attack a child, the child should “feed” the dog his jacket, bag, bicycle—or anything that he has for the dog to grab onto or anything he can put between himself and the dog.

 
 
  For the entire month of August, all pets that have been at the shelter longer than 30 days have a $0 adoption fee! Just remember if you choose an animal that has not yet been neutered, we do require $100 cash deposit-fully refunded to you when we receive proof the animal is neutered.
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Thank you for visiting Metro today and supporting our local homeless animals!
 
City Hall is now accepting pet registrations in room 105 during normal business hours.  Be sure to bring current proof of rabies vaccination.
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Metro Animal Services advocates for the neuter of animals! All animals available for adoption are on a first come, first served, first person on property with a pre-approved application basis.

THANKS FOR LOOKING!​​

Metro Animal Services

Information:
2392 E. Metro Road
Casper, Wyoming 82601

(307) 235-8398 Shelter

(307) 235-8278 Non-emergency Dispatch

Hours of Operation

Mondays - Closed
Tuesday - Friday - Noon to 6pm
Saturday and Sunday - Noon to 4pm

(Closed for all City holidays)

 

Tory Walsh
Shelter Director


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