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Animal Services

Sonoma County Animal Services is committed to serving the public in the care and well being of animals, both domestic and livestock, throughout the unincorporated areas of Sonoma County, the city of Santa Rosa and the town of Windsor.

How You Can Help

  1. Make a financial contribution to the Emergency/Disaster Response Fund or Animal Welfare Fund to provide much needed medical care, veterinary supplies and necessities for animals affected by the fire

    Donate to Animal Services

  2. Donate items found on our current needs list.
  3. Fill out this form to let us know what kinds of goods or services you can contribute to the fire response effort
  4. If you need, or can provide, foster care for displaced animals, please join the Foster Community Resource Page
  5. Share our Facebook posts about found animals to help reunite them with their families.

Lost and Found Pets

To report lost or found animals, follow these steps. Information submitted on the form below will be shared with multiple shelters and rescues working to reunite animals

  1. Review photos of the stray dogs, cats, and other animals under our care.
  2. Fill out this form for your lost companion or a pet you have found.
  3. Post photos of the lost or found animals on your personal social media pages with both of the following hashtags to help spread the word: #tubbsfire and #LOSTPETSsonomacountyfire2017

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  • Sonoma County Animal Services
    Published on October 12, 2017

    We continue to have a presence at the Veteran's Building. Our Mobile Adoption Center is set up as a temporary animal shelter for the evacuees staying at the center.

  • Sonoma County Animal Services
    Published on October 12, 2017

    Sonoma County Animal Services remains open 24/7. We are accepting domestic/small animals (mainly dogs, cats and rabbits). Livestock/large animals are directed to the fairgrounds.

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  • Sonoma County Animal Services
    Published on January 26, 2017

    Sonoma County Animal Services reports no additional dogs have tested positive for the parvovirus. Today the shelter will be open for all adoptive services.

  • Sonoma County Animal Services
    Published on January 25, 2017

    Sonoma County Animal Services’ public shelter remains open to the public but no adoptions will be allowed today. The Shelter’s additional cleaning and decontamination efforts from recent cases of the canine parvovirus are ongoing. The Shelter will open for adoptive services once all dogs are cleared and it is safe to adopt out dogs.

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Contact Information

Business Hours
Tuesday – Saturday
Shelter hours 12:00 – 5:00 PM
Phones open at 9:00 AM
Sonoma County Animal Services
1247 Century Ct
Santa Rosa, CA 95403

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