If you can no longer care for your pet, we are here to help. We offer compassion to people who must surrender their pets and provide safe shelter to animals that come through our doors.
What to Bring
- PET RECORDS?– Bring a copy of your pet’s vaccination and veterinary records to your appointment.
- BEHAVIOR INFORMATION?– Be prepared to discuss your pet’s daily habits and behaviors.
- SAFE TRANSPORTATION?– Be sure that dogs are on leashes and cats or other small animals are in carriers.
What happens to surrendered pets
Our goal is to find a loving home for every healthy and treatable pet in our care. We achieve this by gathering information about the pets that come into our shelters during the pet surrender process, so please be prepared to share everything you know about the pet. Although we can’t guarantee placement for any pet, we do not euthanize for time or space, and we are proud to have placed more than 17,000 pets last year.
What should I do if I found injured or orphaned wildlife?
If you find a wild animal, please refrain from touching and/or?moving the?animal?before reading?our?Wildlife Resources?page?for helpful information.?