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Pet Services

sanford sunday1The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando exists to create more caring communities by promoting happier, healthier pets and their families.

More than 10,000 homeless dogs and cats will turn to us for caring, compassionate hope through our animal shelters this year.  We accept owner-surrendered pets only. There are a variety of reasons for surrendering a pet including family relocation and inability to afford proper care.

If you have lost a pet or found a pet that you are looking to turn in, please contact Orange County Animal Services, Osceola County Animal Services, Seminole County Animal Services, or your county of residence’s animal services agency.

One Agency – Two Locations

The Pet Alliance of Greater Orlando has two locations that offer the same services. Each location has a different selection of adoptable pets.

Orlando Location

2727 Conroy Road
Orlando, FL 32839
(407) 351-7722

Sanford Location

2800 County Home Road
Sanford, FL 32773
(407) 323-8685

Adoption hours for both locations:

  • Monday – Sunday: 12pm-6pm

We recommend that you arrive at least one hour before closing time.

Receiving hours for both locations:

  • Monday — Sunday 12-4pm

Please make an appointment for a easier experience. Walk up service may or may not be available as priority is given to those with appointments.

We’re Here To Help

pet_-heart-iconWhether you have come to us looking to find the perfect pet for your family, for assurance that your pet will be cared for if anything should happen to you or your loved ones, or you need to make the difficult decision to surrender a pet, we hope that you feel like you came to the right place, are doing the right thing, and are appreciated. We understand that you have choices and are glad that you have chosen us to help you take the next step.

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