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ABOUT THE DCAC

The DCAC's animal shelter is a collaborative effort among Southgate, Allen Park, and Wyandotte. All cities adopted uniform ordinances and combined jurisdictions.

Wyandotte’s animal shelter serves as the main adoption center. All adoptions are handled by Wyandotte's facility. The Southgate facility serves as the intake facility and holds animals until space is made available at Wyandotte's adoption center. 

The Southgate facility is responsible for picking up stray animals, including all the wild animals, such as skunks and possums, as well as dogs and cats. Animal Control Officers (ACO) provide traps to all residents with animals in their yards or homes, and work in conjunction with the Michigan Humane Society. They also are certified to euthanize animals that must be disposed of.

Often the majority of animals at the intake facility are available for adoption, but the adoption facility is full and they cannot be transferred until space becomes available. Therefore, be sure to follow the DCAC Facebook page and on the DCAC's Adopt-A-Pet page for a listing of the animals that are available for adoption. You may put in an adoption application for an animal that is currently being housed at the Southgate facility by visiting www.wacshelter.com. You may also visit the animal that you are interested in adopting at the Southgate facility during office hours.


Southgate Intake/Shelter
  
Hours:
Monday - Friday
10am-11am and 3pm-4pm

Closed on weekends and all National Holidays
Phone:
734-246-1328
Non-Emergency Dispatch:
734-324-4438
Address:
14300 Reaume Parkway
Southgate, MI 48195
Adoption Information:
Often, the majority of animals at the intake facility are available for adoption, but the adoption
facility is full and the animals cannot be transferred until space becomes available. Therefore, be sure to follow the DCAC Facebook page for information about animals available for adoption.

Southgate Intake/Shelter is responsible for picking up stray animals, including wild animals, such as skunks and possums, as well as dogs and cats. Animal Control Officers (ACO)
 provide traps to all residents with animals in their yards or homes, and work in conjunction with the Michigan Humane Society. They also are certified to euthanize animals that must be disposed of.


Wyandotte Adoption Center

Hours for Adoption:

Monday: 5:30pm-7:30pm
Tuesday: 5:30pm-7:30pm
Friday: 5:30pm-7:30pm
Saturday: 10:00am-2:00pm
Sunday: 10:am-1:00pm
Phone:
734-324-4445
Non-Emergency Dispatch:
734-324-4438
Address:
1170 Grove Street
Wyandotte, MI 48192
Adoption Information:
All dogs and cats (including puppies and kittens) are spayed/neutered, brought up-to-date on shots, and heartworm tested (dogs) or combo tested (cats) prior to adoption.
Dogs/Puppies: $95.00
Cats/Kittens: $65.00