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Pets In Need: Home


Open your home to animals in need while they're waiting to be ready for adoption ! Learn More ... Pets In Need is Northern California's first no-kill shelter.

Animal Care & Control - SFgov


dog and woman in front of Golden Gate Bridge. Check Out Animal Care & Control San Francisco's New Website. Let Us Know What You Think! * * * * * * * * * * * *.

Pets & Wildlife: Animal Control - San Mateo County Health System


1450 Rollins Rd., Burlingame, CA 94010 (650) 340-8200. Rescue injured animals; Capture of at-large or stray animals; Investigate animal bites and attacks  ...

Adopt an Animal - County of Sonoma


Please visit our shelter or view our adoptable animals to learn about ... Clear the Shelters Pet Adoption Event - July 23, 2016 ... Santa Rosa, CA 95403-1043.

Animal Care & Control San Francisco | Facebook


Animal Care & Control San Francisco, San Francisco, CA. 29608 likes · 3023 talking about this. San Francisco's Only Open-Admission Animal Shelter.

Pet Health & Wellness | Disaster Planning | Surrendering a Pet | SF ...


The SF SPCA has information on pet health and wellness, stray animals, feral and community cats and where to get emotional ... Animal Health & Wellness ...

Animals and pets | Brisbane City Council


Requirements for keeping dogs, cats, poultry and horses and for operating a pet shop in Brisbane.

Vet Services | SF SPCA


... appointment request form. Animal Health & Wellness ... Meet our team of veterinarians, who provide outstanding care to every animal entrusted to us.

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Welcome to Peninsula Humane Society & SPCA | Homepage


Animal lovers from the San Francisco Bay Area and Peninsula area are encouraged to visit our adoption center and home in Burlingame California. Our humane ...

RSPCA Queensland | Home


An independent animal welfare charity, striving to educate the community on its responsibilities and continuing to protect and enhance the welfare of animals.

Lost and Found Animals - County of Sonoma


It's every pet parent's nightmare: Your beloved pet has gotten loose, and you don' t know where he or she is. Don't panic — there are many steps you can take to ...