Adopt

Check out all the loving and friendly pets available for adoption

Donate

We depend on donations to to keep the shelter running

Volunteer

We are always in need of adult volunteers and have some opportunities for students age 16 and up.

Visiting Hours

We host visits and adoption meetings on Tuesday – Friday from 1:00 – 5:00 by appointment.

Saturdays from 11:00 – 1:00 we hold open adoption hours. An appointment is not required to visit on Saturdays, but most of our dogs have appointments with approved adopters that have already filled out an adoption application.

Please fill out our adoption application if you see a pet on our site you would like to meet.

How to Find Us

To get to the Shelter, please use 99 West Street Medfield in your GPS. We are one driveway past that address and there is a large sign on the street.

Free Spay/Neuter For Feral Cats

Thanks to a grant we received from the Massachusetts Animal Coalition, we are holding a free spay/neuter clinic for feral cats on October 23rd. Please contact spayclinic@medfieldshelter.com if you are a feral cat rescuer and would like to book some slots at the clinic.

 

Wish List

We are currently in need of Purina Kitten Chow, Fancy Feast canned Kitten food in turkey flavor, and unscented scoopable litter. You can order from our Amazon Wish List to find some of the items we use the most often. We tried to choose items that would ship for free if your order is over $35. You may also click here for our entire wish list.

Just Adopted

We have placed many pets in new homes recently. Zuzu, Colt, Del, Quinn & Phoebe, Pepe, Wade, Ashley, Flounder, Mimosa & Cosmo, Marty, Kona, Sable, Beatrice, Aster & Gusty, Ginger, Ernest, Petal, Leilani & Kai, PJ, Harrison, Sicily, Jennie, Mufasa, Nina, Delilah, Peanut, Verdine, Moe, Tessie, Mia, Lucien, Edison, Muppet & Puppet, Bianca & Mila are all enjoying new homes.

Spring/Summer 2018 Newsletter

Catch up on all the latest happenings and see pets enjoying their forever homes in our Spring/Summer newsletter.

Do You Love Animals?

The Massachusetts “I’m Animal Friendly” license plate tells people that you care about animals. By purchasing a license plate, you will be contributing to a program that benefits MA animals by funding spay/neuter programs across the state. In 2018 we received a $2,000 grant to help fund our free spay/neuter clinics for cats. Order one today