How Can I Get Involved?

VOLUNTEER

We are always looking for volunteers. Please download the Volunteer Form below.

WISH LIST

  • Bleach & High Efficiency Laundry Detergent - We do loads & loads of laundry every single day
  • Cat Food and Litter - The clinic is the home to four otherwise homeless cats
  • Paper Towels
  • Toilet Paper
  • Reams of Paper - 8-1/2 x 11 Letter size and 8-1/2 x 14 Legal size paper
  • Rubbing Alcohol
  • Reams of Pink and Blue Paper (used for Kennel Cards)

Please drop off donations at the clinic Monday - Friday between 10:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.

MEMBERSHIP

Membership runs from January 1 - December 31.  Those members who join after June 30th will be charged half the membership fee.  Click on Membership Form below.


Single:  $25

Family:  $40 (up to six individuals)

Senior:  $15 (60 years and older)

Junior:   $ 5  (18 years old and under)

Corporate: $50


Payment:

Make Checks Payable to: ALGC

Please mail to: Animal League Gaston County

425 West Franklin Boulevard

Gastonia, NC 28052

or

Pay with PayPal through the menu below and fill out the information on the page that comes up.

Please Print the Membership Form and mail to the address above.

Please reference the date of your payment application.


Complete Membership Here

Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. We appreciate your support.

Pay with PayPal or a debit/credit card

Download Volunteer Form

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Download Membership Form

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ADOPT A PET

Animals currently available for adoption

Animal Control FB

Frequently Asked Questions

 I lost or found a dog or cat with no identification tags. What do I do?

Bring the found animal by a local vet’s office and ask them to scan the pet for a microchip (id tag which the owner had placed under the pet’s skin).Contact your neighbors and postal carrier and let them know your pet is missing or that you have found a pet. Pets usually stay close to home and can sometimes get shut in a neighbor’s garage or shed.Contact area newspapers – some newspapers place lost/found ads for free.Create posters of your lost/found pet and post them everywhere – grocery stores, animal hospitals, shelters, pet supply stores, banks, coffee shops, gas stations, groomers, pet day care centers, schools, parks, police stations, libraries, and community bulletin boards.Email a description and photo to Gaston County’s Lost and Found at http://gastongov.com/departments/police/history-and-organization/animal-control/lost-found-pets

What is the best breed of dog for me?

 This is an important question when considering a purebred dog. But even within breeds there’s enormous variety in the way a dog acts and reacts to the world around him. You will want to consider your lifestyle, the activity level required of the breed, the cost of preventative medications (flea/tick and heartworm) on a small vs. large breed, the cost of grooming and your backyard and available areas for exercise.And don’t forget to consider a mutt. They are often the best of several breeds and make wonderful pets. 

Where can I adopt a dog or cat?

We’ve listed some of the local rescues and shelters under our resources tab. You can also check out available pets for adoption at the Gaston County Animal Care and Enforcement Page.