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Own livestock? Animal Services is updating its database of livestock/farm animals (cattle, equine, swine, sheep, llama, goats, etc.). With your information in our database, we can give you a courtesy call if your farm animals get loose. Some restrictions apply. Follow this link to complete the form.
Field Services enforces state statutes and county ordinances regulating animal care and welfare, investigates citizens' complaints of animal neglect or nuisance, and responds to reports of loose and injured animals. Animal Services also inspects and licenses animal establishments and kennels.Non-Emergency Complaint Forms / Ordinance Code
The Rabies Control Program investigates animal bites and human exposures to rabies, and processes
licenses for dogs. Learn how to avoid dog bites, and teach children to be safe around dogs. Report animal bites or rabid animals.
Shelter Operations houses and cares for stray, unwanted, or displaced animals. Every effort is made to place healthy,
adoptable animals into new permanent, loving homes. We coordinate foster and volunteer programs, educate the community on pet overpopulation, and help people who have
found a pet.
Disaster Preparedness - Animal Emergency PlanningInclude your pets and livestock in your disaster plan! Start today by making a plan and preparing a disaster kit.
Please note: Animal Services shelters are open by appointment only at this time due to COVID. Please call for an appointment.West Slope Business & Shelter6435 Capitol AvenueDiamond Springs, CA 95619Main Number:(530) 621-5795
From El Dorado Hills:(916) 358-3555 x5795Fax: (530) 622-6851 South Lake Tahoe Business & Shelter
1120 Shakori DriveSouth Lake Tahoe, CA 96150(530) 573-7925Fax: (530) 577-5318
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