Animal Shelter & Animal Control

The mission of Friends of Campbell County, Tennessee Animals (FCCA) is to preserve animal life through sheltering animals in a human environment, promoting pet adoptions, fostering rescue efforts and inspiring advocacy.

To learn more about FCCA, their services, or how to adopt an animal, visit their full website.


Animal Control & Protection Resolution and Ordinance

This Resolution and Ordinance provides for the control, care, and protection of animals within Campbell County, and for the protection of the public.


Where is the shelter located and what are their hours?

The shelter is located at 749 Towe String Road, Jacksboro, TN 37725. Their phone number is 423-566-8018, and their hours are Tuesday through Saturday 12:00 PM to 5:30 PM.

I’ve lost my pet. Is there a way to know if someone has turned it in?

FCCA always hopes to reunite owners and missing pets! For information on reclaiming a pet, check the FCCA website

I’m looking for a new furry friend. What’s the adoption process?

Congratulations! We hope that you find your new best friend through FCCA. For information on the adoption process, as well as adoption partner locations, head to the FCCA website.

How do I contact Animal Control?

Each of the municipalities as their own animal control unit. Contact your municipality for more information.

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