All adoption prices include spay/neuter, an engraved I.D. tag, initial vaccines, a free vet visit, and 10% off at our retail shop on the day of adoption!
($10 microchip fee applies to all adoptions)
*Certain dogs and puppies may have a higher adoption fee due to size and breed.
- View available dogs
- View available cats
- View available rabbits, birds, and other pets
- View available dogs/cats at our Appomattox Center
- Petfinder — Pets being rehomed and more LHS pets
Don’t see the pet you want? Fill out our pet request form and we will try to contact you if a pet comes to our center matching your preferences.
20% discount for multiple pet adoptions on normal prices.
The process is simple; come in and visit with the pet you are interested in, and we will talk with you to see if it is a good match. Please bring with you a photo ID, and you are welcome to bring in your dog to do an introduction with your new pet. If the pet is not spayed or neutered, we will schedule their appointment for our next available transport day to the spay/neuter clinic, and you will pick it up the same day.
We have dedicated volunteers and staff who can help you choose the right match for your family. Just ask for assistance, let us know what your needs are and we can help you find your next friend.
Placing an animal on ‘hold’: we want your adoption experience to be as pleasant and stress-free as possible. We allow potential adopters to place holds on pets so that they can take their time making adoption decisions, introduce family members and other pets. Holds may be placed over the phone or in person, and in the case of a “tie”, the individual physically visiting the shelter and the animal will be awarded the first hold on the pet. Adoption holds may only be placed during business hours by speaking with a team member and paying the hold fee.
1st hold: $30 per 24 hours
2nd hold and beyond: $15
Hold fees are non-refundable and are not applied towards the adoption fee.
Lynchburg Center for Pets
Saturday & Sunday 11-5
Appomattox Pet Center
Questions or concerns?
Contact the Appomattox Pet Center