Does the Shelter euthanize animals?
Yes, the Town's Animal Shelter does provide low cost and humane euthanasia of pets belonging to Town residents. In general, the Shelter provides this service Monday through Friday between the hours of 8:00 am and 2:00 pm. Residents must call the morning they plan on bringing their pet in to confirm staff availability. Animals can be brought to the Shelter at those times and proof of residency is required. The shelter director may decline to euthanize an animal for humane reasons.

You may spend time with your pet immediately before and after the procedure. There is a $65 turn in fee for dogs, $35 for senior citizens and a $35 fee to turn in cats, $15 for senior citizens. All fees are cash only.

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1. Where is the Babylon Animal Adoption Rescue Center (BAARC) located?
2. What are BAARC's hours of operation?
3. How do I adopt an animal from the shelter?
4. Can I volunteer with BAARC?
5. What are the fees for services at BAARC?
6. Does the Shelter have a veterinarian on staff?
7. Does the Shelter offer low cost rabies, spaying or neutering services?
8. What types of animals does the Shelter serve?
9. Where can I go locally for emergency veterinarian services?
10. How does the Town handle stray animals?
11. Who removes a dead animal from the roadway?
12. Does the Shelter euthanize animals?
13. Is the shelter a "No Kill" shelter?