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Genesee County Animal Control

Cause Area

  • Animals
  • Community


4351 Pasadena AvenueFlint, MI 48504 United States

Organization Information

Mission Statement

To ensure public safety and enrich the lives of the homeless animals Of genesee county. Our organization is looking for cat socializers, dog walkers, housekeeping and fosters.


What does Genesee County Animal Control do?

We are a public safety organization, and our primary focus is keeping our streets free of dangerous dogs. We enforce Michigan’s License and Leash laws, investigate cruelty and neglect complaints, and assist other public safety organizations in animal cases. We also oversee bite quarantines, inspect kennels, and help with animal rescues in dangerous circumstances. The shelter houses dogs and cats, and sometimes other animals such as rabbits, Guinea Pigs, birds and hamsters come into our care. All animals receive vaccinations at intake, and all un-owned animals are sterilized before they leave our care. The shelter sells dog licenses, helps reunite lost pets with their owners, and has a successful adoption program for homeless pets. The shelter also operates an Outreach Program in the community, to assist in the general health of our County’s animal population and to help educate our community on responsible pet ownership.


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