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From Benton, travel east on I-30 to Exit #126, then cross over the interstate to the opposite access road. We are approximately ¾ of a mile from the overpass.
From Little Rock, travel west on I-30 to Exit #126, we are approximately 1 mile from the exit on the access road.
Remember – Arkansas Law requires that the rabies vaccination be administered by a licensed veterinarian.
It’s very important you keep the microchip information updated. If you moved and/or changed phone numbers, you can’t “be found” and notified about your pet.
Adoption fees include: spay/neuter, current vaccinations (including rabies vaccine,) and de-worming. For adult animals, we also include testing for heartworm, Feline Leukemia and Feline AIDS. Other items included are flea treatment/preventative and heartworm preventative for the first month.
If your animal was picked up in the city limits of Bryant, they would be brought to Bryant Animal Control & Adoption Center. We recommend you visit the facility or call us at 501-943-0943 to ascertain if your pet is there.
If your pet is wearing its current rabies tag, registration tag, and/or is microchipped, we will attempt to contact you. It is important that your correct contact information is on file with us.
We also recommend that you post a photo and description with the Arkansas Lost and Found Pet Network on Facebook.
If the animal is wearing an identification tag, call the number listed. You may also take the dog to a licensed veterinarian or animal shelter to check for a microchip, tattoo, or other pet owner identification method and contact the owner.
Call 501-943-0943 to make a Found Animal Report to Bryant Animal Control & Adoption Center.As a final option, you may request that Bryant Animal Control pick-up the dog or bring it to the shelter for identification screening and impounding.
Once a reasonable effort to locate an owner has been made, you may choose to continue other efforts to find the owner, keep it, find a new home for it, or surrender the animal to Bryant Animal Control & Adoption Center.
There is a healthy wildlife population in Bryant, especially if you live near creeks or ponds. Wildlife is present because there is a food and/or water source near by. Be sure to never leave pet food outside, secure your trashcans, and don’t leave very small animals unattended outside.