STAFF PHOTO ANTHONY REYES • @NWATONYR Courtney Kremer, left, director of animal services, helps Kayla Ford, caretaker, move a mother cat into a clean cage with her kittens Friday at the Springdale Animal Shelter.
Washington County, AR : Animal Shelter
Matthew Balch (right) and Seth Green, both of Fort Smith, play Thursday with Derek, a four-year-old Rottweiler, at the Springdale Animal Shelter. The pair have been visiting several shelters in the region and are considering adopting a dog.
Animal Control | Springdale, AR
Mulligan is a rescue from the Springdale, Arkansas animal shelter. He was adopted Saturday June 28, 2014 and from that day forward has been my inspiration and the love of my life! Mulligan’s social media sites are used to raise positive shelter awareness one post at a time. So many people are “iffy” to adopt a shelter dog, especially older ones. What started out as an Instagram account to show life after the shelter has grown into a unique opportunity to make a difference for the homeless animals in our community.
Volunteering & Fostering | Springdale, AR
We are the municipal shelter for the City of Springdale. Our mission is to provide shelter and care to the thousands of stray, unwanted, abused, and forgotten animals in our city that cross our threshold each year. We are working hard to find loving, permanent homes for our furry wards and hope that you will stop by for a visit! Matthew Balch (right) and Seth Green, both of Fort Smith, play Thursday with Derek, a four-year-old Rottweiler, at the Springdale Animal Shelter. The pair have been visiting several shelters in the region and are considering adopting a dog. Springdale Animal Services' mission is to provide shelter and care to the thousands of stray, abandoned, abused, and neglected animals in need every year. We reunite lost pets with their owners, and place many that are homeless in caring, permanent homes. We are also responsible for the humane disposition of feral, vicious, sick, injured, unclaimed, and unwanted animals. We strive to ensure the welfare and public safety of our community and its animals through education of our citizens and enforcement of our ordinances. We promote spaying/neutering all domestic animals at the earliest appropriate age, as a means of reducing their overpopulation. Courtney Kremer, director of Springdale animal services, pets Styx, a 5-year-old Beagle, at the Springdale Animal Shelter. Styx was found badly malnou...