Animal Services is the County’s animal shelter. No animals are ever turned away. Each year, the shelter takes in more than 32,000 dogs and cats. Their goals are to find lifelong homes for as many animals as possible and to provide proper care during they’re stay at the shelter.
Finding a pet
Are you looking for a pet to share your home and heart with? Animal Services is the perfect place to start your search! Many of the dogs and cats at Animal Services have no home, so before you go to the pet store, come to the shelter. Adopting a pet is easy! You can search for a pet in person or online. Through the online search, you can look for a dog or cat by age, color and gender, and you’ll be able to view pictures of all available pets!
- About Animal Cruelty
Pets need love and affection just like you do! Animal cruelty includes not providing your pet with food, water, shelter and veterinary care. Learn more about animal cruelty and how to report it.
- Pet Safety
Did you know that leaving your pet inside a parked car on a hot, summer day can be very dangerous? Learn more about keeping your pet safe and healthy.
Do you love animals? Be a volunteer at Animal Services! Animal Services is looking for volunteers who are 18-years-old and up, or at least 15-years-old if volunteering with an adult.