Vance County Animal Shelter

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'The animals deserve better' - Community turns out to help raise funds for new shelter

Lilly West combed the baby pit bull's fur as the puppy napped soundly. She was waiting for the dog to wake up and return to its post at the smooching booth, one of the many attractions at Saturday’s animal shelter fundraiser. The event to raise money for a new shelter building in Vance County featured food, pie throwing, hayrides and a bounce house...

Commissioners Approve County Goals

Vance County commissioners agreed on nine goals that will guide their decisions during the 2015-2016 fiscal year. During a special called meeting Thursday, the board unanimously approved nine goals following earlier discussions on priorities for the county. The building of the new animal shelter made the list. Read more to see the full list...

Fundraiser to Benefit Animal Shelter

Animal lovers and locals alike soon will get the chance for a day of fun for all ages, all while supporting a good cause. On Feb. 28, the community will be able to help raise money to build the new Vance County Animal Shelter.

Chief Frankie Nobles, with Vance County Animal Control, said his department is trying to raise funds for the new facility, which could be as large as 8,000 square feet. By contrast, the current building is 2,000 square feet...

Progress Has Been Slow, But Showing a New Sign

Vance County is slowly moving forward with construction of a new animal shelter. Animal Control, along with local animal groups, recently installed signage officially marking the future site of the Vance County Animal Shelter.

Frankie Nobles, director of Animal Control, said about an acre of the five-acre land plot has been cleared for the sign...

*Disclaimer: This website is not an official Vance County government site but is volunteer-run with the purpose of tracking the progress made by staff and volunteers to better the lives of animals in Vance County, North Carolina. The words expressed within in no way reflect those of Vance County personnel.*