Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control continued to expand support programming in 2021 to improve the quality of life for citizens and pets in the Fort Wayne community.
Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control ask the public to please consider donating to the shelter’s Angel Fund, which helps provide additional medical care for animals in need.
Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control urges potential pet owners to adopt a furry friend this holiday season instead of shopping at one of the numerous retailers.
Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control reports that the emaciated dog found July 1, 2021, has passed away.
Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control is seeking information about the person or persons responsible for the care of a severely malnourished dog found abandoned Thursday afternoon.
With the Fourth of July soon approaching, Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control urges pet owners to take extra precautions to keep their pets safe and comfortable.
Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control is continuing its efforts to save the lives of kittens through fostering thanks to a new partnership with the Orphan Kitten Club.
Fort Wayne Animal Care & Control is kicking off Dog Bite Prevention Week by sharing tips to help keep citizens and their pets safe from dog bites.
This March, FWACC is launching new resources for pet owners and offering free microchips and ID tags to increase the number of lost pets returned to their owners.
Fort Wayne Animal Care and Control’s Adoption Center will be closed today, February 16, 2021, due to the weather.