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August 25-26 Yuba County Animal Care Services will be at the Yuba-Sutter Veterans Stand Down at Riverfront Park in Marysville!  If you are or know a veteran, this is a great event with lots of resources for all military veterans!

 

 

Our next adoption event will be at Petco in Yuba City on September 10, 2016.  Please come down and check out some of our adoptable animals and meet our volunteers.  If you would like to volunteer at the shelter, come and see what it is all about!

 

Adopting A Friend

Yuba County Animal Care Services is open Monday-Friday 8:30am-3:30pm and Saturday 10am-2pm

To visit with the adoptable animals, please visit during Kennel hours: 10am-3:30pm Monday-Friday, Saturday 10am-2pm

Adoption fees are: 

Dogs over 4 months of age Yuba County resident: $60

(includes age appropriate vaccines, rabies vaccine, spay/neuter and 1 year county dog license) (only $50 if non-resident)

Cats over 4 months of age: $50

(includes age appropriate vaccines, rabies vaccine and spay/neuter)

Puppies under 4 months of age: $50 once proof of spay/neuter returned, refund of $80!

(includes age appropriate vaccines)

Kittens under 4 months of age: $48 once proof of spay/neuter provided, refund of $80!

(includes age appropriate vaccines)

 

Who We Are

Yuba County 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. Animal Care Services does not provide field services to the City of Wheatland, City of Marysville, or Beale Air Force Base; however it does provide licensing services for the City of Wheatland ONLY.



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
  • Co-sponsor Low Cost Vaccination Clinics - click here for 2016 Schedule

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, 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.

Come Visit Us

Yuba County Animal Care Services is located at:

5245 Feather River Blvd 

Olivehurst, CA 95961

Phone: 530-741-6478

Phone hours: 

Monday-Friday 8am-5pm

Saturday 10am-2pm

Office (public) hours:

Monday-Friday 8:30am-3:30pm

Saturday 10am-2pm

Kennel visiting hours:

Monday-Friday 10am-3:30pm

Saturday 10am-2pm

 

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