YUBA COUNTY ANIMAL CARE SERVICES
YUBA COUNTY ANIMAL CARE SERVICES
OUR FEATURED PETS...
This week Yuba County Animal Care Services would like to introduce you Jax (ID# A156164) a three year old American Bulldog. Jax is neutered, current on all vaccinations, including rabies. This big boy is looking for a "Forever Home" with room to roam. Jax needs someone with a big heart, to give him lots of love and attention. He would benefit from some obedience/training classes. Jax loves men and, as most men are, still figuring out women. He has been around children between the ages of 2-19, loves to play with other dogs, but would do best in a home without cats.
Hi! My name is SNICKERS (ID#A156282) and I am a five month old, female calico kitten. I would be more than happy to bring some fun and excitement into your home. I would describe myself like this; soft, unique, deliciously scrumptious…kind of like a Snickers bar! I like to be in the middle of things; your lap, on your feet, on your shoulders, I have even been known to try and climb on a few heads. I just want to be close to you and get as much love and attention as I can. I will not disappoint you; if you need your hand rubbed I can do that. I’m an adventurous kitten, who’s brimming with confidence. Stop by the shelter to visit with me I guarantee you will not be disappointed.
Yuba County Animal Care Services is at 5245 Feather River Blvd., in Olivehurst, 530-741-6478. Shelter hours are Monday - Friday 8:30 - 3:30 (Kennel hours are 10 - 3:30) and Saturdays 10 - 2. You can see all our adoptable animals or look for your lost pet on the web at www.petharbor.com or www.petfinder.com
Look for us at Petco in Yuba City on Saturday April 9th, 2016 from 10am to 2pm. We will be there with lovable, adoptable pets looking for "Forever Homes"!
WE ARE ALWAYS LOOKING FOR A FEW GOOD VOLUNTEERS:
Top 5 Reasons to Volunteer at Your Local Animal Shelter
1. Be part of the solution. You'll join a network of hundreds of thousands of people working to make the world safe and more humane for all living creatures. Don't feel sympathy for lost, neglected and homeless animals. Step up and take action to make each day the best it can be for them when they need help the most.
2.Get the warm fuzzies. You'll never find a more grateful and accepting comrade than an animal you've comforted.
3.Keep good company. You'll make lots of new friends... and not just the four legged kind. Working side by side with people who share similar interests can forge lifelong friendships.
4.Meet the new you. You'll discover skills you never knew you had and you may be surprised at what you are capable of achieving.
5.Enjoy a wagging tail, a purr and a smile. Didn't someone once say the best things in life are free?
Our volunteer application process involves several steps. As a part of the Yuba County Sheriff's Department all applicants will ultimately go through a paper application process, a complete background check and fingerprinting. To find out more about the volunteer experience and to begin the application process, stop by the shelter to pick up an application.
Our dogs and cats love to sleep on Kuranda beds, but we don't have enough for everyone. If you would like to donate a bed at a special wholesale price for a another dog or cat to sleep in comfort, please donate a Kuranda bed.
With the cold weather upon us we are in great need of blankets, and towels.
Bags of dry kitten food
Canned Cat food - Pate' type only
We are also looking for materials to build two covered get acquainted areas, so families looking to adopt can spend some quality quiet time with the animals. (need fencing, concrete)
We would like to thank Petco Foundation for the wonderful grant that made it possible for our dreams of a sound/pa system come to life. Our shelter animals are more relaxed and happier because of the Petco Foundation.
Caring For Your Pet
Here are some helpful hints for responsible pet owners:
· Provide your pet with veterinary care on a regular basis and if the animal becomes ill or injured.
· Keep the animal as a pet and companion. Don’t use it as a guard dog, fighting dog, for experimentation or any unethical use.
· Get your pet spayed or neutered to help reduce animal overpopulation.
· License your dog. Proof of a rabies certificate is required.
· Put an identification tag on your cat.
· Our Center scans all animals entering our shelter. We recommend seeing your veterinarian to have your pet micro-chipped as a means of permanently identifying your pet. Rest assured that if your pet is lost, scanning can help point the way home.
Who We Are
Animal Care Services is a division of the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department. Animal Care Services provides service for the unincorporated areas of Yuba County. With exception of dog licenses, Animal Care Services does not provide services to the City of Wheatland, City of Marysville, or Beale Air Force Base.
Animal Care Services does far more than caring for lost, injured and abandoned animals in our community.
We provide a variety of services that protect both citizens and animals including:
Transporting stray injured animals to veterinarians for emergency care.
Rescuing animals from locked vehicles and abusive or negligent conditions.
Provide assistance locating services for wild animal removal.
Impounding loose and stray animals.
Administering a rabies control program.
Helping citizens resolve nuisance problems such as complaints about barking dogs.
Investigating dog bite complaints.
Assisting other agencies such the Sheriff’s Department, Fire Department, and California Highway Patrol.
Educating pet owners on the importance of spaying or neutering their cats and dogs.
Address and respond with regards to animals in disaster situations.
Most importantly, we keep lost pets safe and happy so they can be reunited with their owner or adopted into a new family.
After Hour Service – Request for services should be directed to the Yuba County Sheriff’s Department, 530-749-7777.
After hour services is restricted to emergencies and responses are made to the following incidents:
Pickup of injured animals away from their owners, from public roads, streets, etc.
Pickup and quarantine strays or unidentifiable animals involved in biting incidents. Identifiable animals will be quarantined the next workday.
Pickup animals from any Law Enforcement Agency or Fire Fighting Agency within our jurisdiction. Note: no stray animals.
Whenever the Animal Care Services Officer determines that the public’s health or safety is involved.
Adopting a friend
Many lovable pets at Animal Care Services are waiting for their own "Forever Home". To see the many animals available for adoption at our shelter please go to...
We cannot guarantee that the pets on our site are still available as they are frequently adopted. Please visit or call our shelter (530) 741-6478 to check on the current status of the animal you are interested. For us to assist you, we will need the Animal ID number. Our policy is that pet adoptions are on a FIRST-COME, FIRST-SERVICE basis.
DOGS - $50.00
PUPPIES - under 4 months of age $50.00
CATS - $50.00
KITTENS - under 4 months of age $48.00
SPAY OR NEUTER
Dogs and Cats 4 months and older must be spayed or neutered before they go home with an adopter. The surgery is performed the next available business day with a contracted veterinarian. The adopter picks up his/her altered animal in the afternoon before the vet hospital closes.
Dogs receive DA2PPV vaccinations. Cats receive the FVRCP vaccinations.
Rabies vaccinations are for dogs and cats over the age of 4 months.
SPAY / NEUTER DEPOSITS
Puppies and Kittens less than 4 months of age, adoption fee is $50 for puppies and $48 for kittens. $40 is refundable when proof of spay/neuter is provided within 30 days of adoption.
CERTIFICATE FOR PHYSICAL EXAM
As a community service to people adopting pets from Animal Care Services, participating veterinarians will provide a physical examination for your new pet so that you may be assured that it is in good health. This is free-of-charge to you, BUT DOES NOT include vaccinations, medication, or lab work. Such treatments are elective and provided at your own expense.
A one-year license $10 (in addition to adoption fees) applies only for those who reside in the unincorporated areas of Yuba County and within the City of Wheatland. If an adopter lives outside the city limits of Wheatland and the unincorporated areas of Yuba County, then he/she will need to license his/her pet within their local jurisdiction.
If you have recently adopted a pet, we hope you and your new pet will be very happy together.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: Although we take every precaution concerning the health and well-being of our shelter animals, no guarantee of any kind can be given regarding the condition of an adopted animal. Please understand that any medical bills incurred for your pet will be solely your own financial responsibility.
Most of the animals come to us with unknown medical histories. Therefore, a complete check-up and vaccination by a veterinarian are a must. To ensure the happy and healthy life of your newly adopted family member, we urge you to have your pet examined routinely by a veterinarian.
Come Visit Us!
Yuba County Sheriff’s Animal Care Services
5245 Feather River Blvd
Olivehurst, CA 95961
(530) 741-6478 ∙ Fax (530) 741-6301
Take the Feather River Blvd. exit off of Hwy. 70 south of Marysville.
08:30 AM - 3:30 PM Monday thru Friday
10:00 AM - 2:00 PM Saturday
10:00 AM - 3:30 PM Monday thru Friday
09:00 AM - 12:00 PM Saturday
CLOSED - Sundays and Holidays
Yuba County Animal Care Services
5245 Feather River Blvd.
Olivehurst, CA 95961
Phone: (530) 741-6478
Email: Click here for a list of pets at this shelter
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