On the Kansas side of Kansas City, your pup can enjoy some off-leash playtime at beautiful dog area. You can also enjoy some outdoor time with your pup at in Kansas City, MO. This bark park features five acres of grass for off-leash play, a separate area for small dogs, covered pavilions, benches, and watering stations. A membership fee that directly supports the homeless pets at this no-kill shelter is required. For more ideas on things to do with your dog in the Kansas City area, visit the on .
KC Metro Animal Shelters - The Humane Society of Greater Kansas City
Dozens of pet lovers along with their dogs gathered Sunday at the J.C. Nichols Memorial fountain to throw their voices and barks behind a bond package that would include replacing Kansas City’s dilapidated animal shelter.
Kansas city, Missouri - Pet Adoption
They’re also working to change local ordinances that outlaw specific breeds of dogs based on appearance rather than behavior. Reversing the bans would make it easier to find homes for pit bulls, which account for more than half of the dogs in the Kansas City shelter.
Kansas City Missouri Animal Shelter - Petfinder
We specialize in helping small dogs in the Greater Kansas City area including both Missouri and Kansas. Many of our dogs are owner turn-ins; those from puppymill; others are adopted out of local shelters if their time is up. Our dogs are spayed or neutered (or adopted out under a pre-paid spay/neuter contract if under 4 months of age), heartworm checked negative, and given rabies, kennel cough and parvo/distemper inoculations. Many of our dogs are wormed, and some receive extensive dental care. We provide pre- and post-adoption educationThe Pet Connection was founded in 1999 in Mission, Kansas to offer shelter for homeless pets, adoptions and training. We were one of the first no-kill advocacy groups in the Kansas City Metro area and the first cage-less facility in Johnson County to offer education about available spay and neuter programs. In 2006, The Pet Connection relocated to a facility in Mission that enabled all dogs and cats to have their own rooms while awaiting adoptive homes or being rehabilitated due to behaviors that hindered adoption prospects.