Animal Adoption Process

"Whoever said money can't buy happiness has never paid an adoption fee" ~Anonymous

 The City of Owasso strongly encourages everyone to consider adopting an animal from a municipal animal shelter or reputable 501c3 animal rescue organization.  Periodically, the Owasso Animal Shelter receives a variety of stray and unwanted dogs and cats, each deserving of a second chance at a long and happy life.  We also strongly encourage everyone to spay and neuter their pets, not only because it is required by law, but to help reduce pet overpopulation, and the number of unwanted pets in animal shelters. 

Visiting the Shelter

You can either stop by the animal shelter in person during normal business hours, or view the animals online on our Facebook page. We do suggest that you call the animal shelter first to ensure that an officer is at the shelter, and not in the field.  Persons under the age of 18 must be accompanied by an adult.

Apply for Adoption

If you see an animal you're interested in, there is an adoption application (PDF) and approval process. Once your application has been approved and the adoption fee has been paid, the animal will be scheduled for veterinary services, including spaying or neutering. 

  1. Christine Hemsoth

    Animal Control Officer

  2. Brandon Hemsoth

    Animal Control Officer

  3. Kasey Greene

    Animal Shelter Attendant

  4. Animal Shelter

  5. Police Dispatch

    Emergency Phone: 911

  6. Physical Address
    500 S Main Street
    Owasso, OK 74055

    Monday - Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.

    Designated Holidays