Sonoma County Animal Services
- Disaster Relief
Location1247 Century CourtSanta Rosa, CA 95403 United States
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 and the City of Santa Rosa. Our mission is to create a balance between the population of domestic animals and responsible homes to care for them within the County of Sonoma by: - Protecting the health and safety of people and animals - Investigating and prosecuting animal cruelty, abuse and neglect - Educating the public about responsible domestic animal ownership - Reducing pet overpopulation through spay/neuter programs - Providing a safe environment for animals in need - Placing adoptable animals into caring homes
Sonoma County Animal Services is an open admission shelter. We never euthanize for space or time. While we accept animals regardless of breed, age, medical history or behavior, we carefully manage the intake of owned animals to ensure space for all animals in our care. This means that there is often a waiting list for an owner to surrender an animal to us. At the shelter, we primarily care for dogs and cats but we also shelter and re-home rabbits, guinea pigs, small rodents, goats, pigs, sheep, peacocks, ducks, chickens, and birds. Our Animal Control Officers also manage cows, donkeys, horses, other livestock and more while out in the field. We work with local partners to provide care for these animals.