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Salem Animal Shelter


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Phone 812-883-3673
Location 204 Joseph Street
Salem, IN
Hours 12:30-4:30 pm Mon-Fri
10:00-2:00 Saturday

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More Pets Who Need Homes     Last updated  2017-09-16

Shepherd Mix
3-4 years   Female

No children.

Has no interest in other dogs.

Knows sit and how to sit up and beg.

Walks great on a leash.

Lab Mix
1-2 years   Male

About 40#.

Like to play tug of war? So does this kitten.

Check out the second picture to see the determination on this little one's face.

What a personality.

Grey Tiger Kitten
8 weeks   

Tiger Kittens

One was adopted today but they could not take both.

Calico Cats
young adults   Female

"Hoss" pit bull mix
2 years   Male

Hoss is a 2 yr old bully mix. He is dog friendly, loves everyone he meets, and is always ready to go for a ride. Hoss is very strong and has a lot of playful energy. He will need a home with a fenced yard and no small children.

If you would like an application for Hoss, please email

"Chief" Shepherd / Heeler Mix
approx 1 year   Male

About 45#. All white with some brown speckles on the tips of his ears. He can hear.

Best in a home with children over 10 because of the herding instincts of a heeler and no cats or chickens.

Chief is very lucky. He belonged to an Amish family who were getting ready to take him out and shoot him. He was chasing their chickens.

There was a man there who said he would take him rather than have him killed. He already had another dog so he could not keep Chief so brought him to the shelter.

young adult   

Chocolate Lab
Older Adult   Female


Kittens everywhere

"Sport" Lab mix

about 50#

Working on house breaking.

Loves kids.

Grey Striped Kitten

Mommy Cat

Her kittens are grown. Now it's mommy's turn to find a nice indoor home.

Adult cat

Had ear mites really bad and was not treated.

One ear is smaller than the other.

Black Cat
   Spayed Female

already spayed and has her rabies shot

ready to go home with you today


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