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Second Chance

FOR HOMELESS PETS

200 Gordon Ln

Salt Lake City, UT 84107

(801)590-8999

Celebrating 23 years!

Second Chance for Homeless Pets is a pet adoption agency located in Salt Lake City, Utah.

We are dedicated to ending the homeless pet epidemic and supporting the community through Adoptions, spay/neuter, Education, and low cost vaccination care. Second Chance for Homeless Pets is a 501(c)3 tax-exempt, non-profit, no kill facility. We have a wide variety of Dogs and Cats available for adoption at all times.

View a list of adoptable animals here 

Tuesday

11am-4pm

Wednesday

11am-6pm

Thursday

11am-6pm

Friday

11am-6pm

Saturday

11am-4pm

Sunday

Closed

Monday

Closed

Free Dog/Cat Combo Vaccinations

Canine Combo (DAPP)/Feline Combo (HCP) vaccines FREE! (while supplies last)


Additional Vaccines and Microchips can be added at low cost

Rabies - $12

Bordatella (Kennel Cough) - $12

It's time to Strut your Mutt (or Cuddle your Cat)!

The Strut your Mutt Walk-a-Thon fundraising has started!

The in-person Strut your Mutt walk and festival is returning!

Registering for our team http://support.bestfriends.org/goto/secondchanceslc allows you to take part in the "Strut your Mutt" walk 

and festival October 15 at Liberty Park


Get more information at our registrations page

http://support.bestfriends.org/goto/secondchanceslc 


We are kicking of this years Strut your Mutt Fundraiser with an Online Silent Auction! Bid on some great items for yourself, your pets or for gifts. Bidding is open now and New items will be added each Wednesday, so keep checking back. Auction ends Sept 2nd at 9pm


Click here to see items and bid!

Second Chance cannot accept lost, stray or abandoned animals!!

If you have found an animal, please call your local animal control shelter!

If a pet has gotten lost or strayed , animal control is the best chance the pet has of finding it's owner. It is not uncommon for pets who are lost to rapidly lose weight and act scared. Don't assume the pet has no home or was abused. Animal Control makes every attempt to reunite pets with owners, and adopt out pets. They do not immediately euthanize!