Frequently Asked Questions

We have one of the highest save rates nationally at 96%. The common standard for no-kill shelters is 90%. We only consider Humane Euthanasia for animals based on 2 circumstances:

  1. When an animal is in extreme pain without hope of recovery, euthanasia alleviates their suffering before a natural death
  2. If an animal has an extreme or highly unpredictable behavior where they are considered a probable threat to injure others

No, Quincy Animal Shelter and Quincy Animal Control are two different entities. Please click here for more information about the City of Quincy’s Animal Control Officers.

We are open to the public on Tuesday and Thursday from 6-8p and Saturday from 10a-4p. We are located at 56 Broad Street; Quincy, MA.