Services and Information
Our Vision & Mission is to Create a balance between the population of domestic animals and responsible homes to care for them within the County of Sonoma.
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Animal Services is responsible for the enforcement of city and county ordinances and state laws pertaining to animals, primarily domestic. These include licensing and vaccination requirements as well as stray animal, dangerous/vicious, and nuisance provisions, and the enforcement of cruelty regulations. To report an issue…
The location of the barking dog determines who you need to call to report a barking dog.
Animal Services works with the Health Officer, veterinarians, and the entire community to help prevent the spread of rabies in Sonoma County. Here's what you can do to help.
Who to call for help with orphaned, sick or injured wildlife.
The location of the dead animal determines who you need to call for removal.
Sonoma County Animal Services cares for the neediest animals in our community: those who are injured, abused, neglected, surrendered by their owners for a variety of reasons, abandoned, and lost. The data posted here offer a by-the-numbers snapshot to help you understand how animals move through this shelter.
Sonoma County Animal Services is responsible for the enforcement of city and county ordinances and state laws pertaining to animals, primarily domestic.