Chatham County Sheriff's Office
*** CALL AHEAD FOR APPOINTMENT PRIOR TO VISIT - 919.542.7203***
ANIMAL RESOURCE CENTER HOURS OF OPERATION
Open M-F from 11 AM - 6 PM (Intake & Adoptions)
Open weekends from 11 AM - 6 PM (Adoptions Only)
725 Renaissance Drive, west of Pittsboro off of US 64
** IMPORTANT NOTICE: Chatham Sheriff’s Animal Resource Center (ARC) has implemented a new, more structured approach to the intake of owned or homeless animals to avoid creating an overwhelming, and stressful environment for staff, pets, and members of the public. Appointments will be required for animal admission, which benefits animals, people, and shelter operations.
Chatham County Sheriff's Office Animal Resources Facebook: Look here for important Chatham County Sheriff's Office Animal Resource Center (ARC) updates!
National Security Education Association Pet Safety Tips: https://www.security.org/resources/keeping-pets-safe/
NC Wildlife Resources Commission: http://www.ncwildlife.org/
NC Dept, of Agriculture and Consumer Services- http://www.agr.state.nc.us/vet/
Animal Poison Control Center: http://www.aspca.org/pet-care/poison-control/
NCSU Wildlife Damage Control: -http://www.ces.ncsu.edu/nreos/wild/wildlife/wdc/index.html
CHATHAM COUNTY ANIMAL ORDINANCES
The Chatham County Board of Commissioners adopted new Animal Resources Ordinance on September 18, 2017, after extensive input from key stakeholder groups. Chatham County's animal ordinances have also been adopted by Siler City and Pittsboro. Click here to view the ordinances.
Director Karen Rogers
725 Renaissance Drive Pittsboro, NC 27312
Chatham Sheriff's Animal Resources is on a mission to make available the following services to everyone in Chatham County:
Staff members of the Animal Resource Center (ARC) provide the following services and programs:
For questions regarding Animal Resources, contact Animal Resource Director Karen Rogers. Karen has been involved in public service and animal welfare for over 16 years. She has experience supervising both people and programs, and has developed and served on an award-winning Animal Hoarding Task Force.
Karen is a trained National Animal Cruelty Investigator, has completed courses through the National Animal Control Association, and is a current board member of the North Carolina Animal Rabies Control Association (NCARCA). She also has a passion for improving animal welfare and personnel training across North Carolina and promotes continuing education and awareness campaigns to benefit staff members and the public. Karen has been an instructor of Safe Animal Handling through the North Carolina Animal Federation (NCAF) for years and was requested to join the NCAF Professional Development Committee. Her ultimate goal is to successfully match adoptable animals with safe, loving fur-ever homes!
NOTICE OF LOST/FOUND LIVESTOCK: