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Animal Services works hard to match impounded and found animals to lost pet reports filed with the division. Many times, our staff is able to reunite animal owners with a missing pet before it ever makes it in to the shelter. Animal Services also maintains an on line list...
/Departments/Health-Agency/Animal-Services/Services-Offered/Reuniting-Stray-Animals-with-Owners.aspx 2/1/2017 4:14:08 PM
Animal Services officers investigate and address reports of abused or neglected animals. Officers also respond to reports of ill or injured animals without an owner.
/Departments/Health-Agency/Animal-Services/Services-Offered/Animal-Welfare-and-Abuse-Investigations.aspx 2/1/2017 4:12:44 PM
  The County of San Luis Obispo’s Department of Agriculture/Weights and Measures’ Pest Detection Program is focused on finding destructive insect pests and the plant diseases they may carry.  The Program is part of a three-pronged approach to keep destructive insects out: p...
/Departments/Agriculture-Weights-and-Measures/Services/Insect-Trapping.aspx 4/25/2017 11:11:08 AM
Animal Services issues Assistance Animal Identification Tags for animals which meet the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) definition of an assistance animal. To qualify for the issuance of a tag, an animal must be individually  trained  to perform a specific task  or ...
/Departments/Health-Agency/Animal-Services/Services-Offered/Assistance-Animal-Identification-Tags.aspx 2/1/2017 4:12:49 PM
The Parks and Recreation Department offers a variety of recreation programs and services for youth and adults and sometimes you can bring your dog. Woof! The majority of our classes are taught by Contract Instructors so you will need to contact them directly for registration,...
/Departments/Parks-Recreation/Services/Recreation-Programs-and-Services.aspx 4/25/2017 10:04:17 AM
Animal Services’ officers investigate and address reports of aggressive or dangerous animals that represent a risk to public safety or that have been involved in an attack on a person or another animal.
/Departments/Health-Agency/Animal-Services/Services-Offered/Aggressive-and-Dangerous-Animal-Response.aspx 2/1/2017 4:03:13 PM
Discovering that your animal has gotten loose and gone missing can be a frightening and traumatic experience. However, it is important not to panic as there are several steps you can take to help increase your odds of being reunited with your lost pet. The likelihood of succe...
/Departments/Health-Agency/Animal-Services/Services-Offered/Report-a-Lost-Pet.aspx 7/19/2017 2:39:27 PM
If you have found a lost animal, it's important to remember that there is probably a worried owner looking for it somewhere. Taking it in off the street is the first step in keeping the animal safe and helping it get back home. But, there are still several more things which n...
/Departments/Health-Agency/Animal-Services/Services-Offered/Report-a-Found-Animal.aspx 7/19/2017 2:58:37 PM
Animal Services accepts the remains of deceased household pets from the general public during normal kennel hours.
/Departments/Health-Agency/Animal-Services/Services-Offered/Disposal-of-Animal-Remains.aspx 2/1/2017 4:13:16 PM
California State law requires that any domestic mammal that has bitten a person, or that has potentially been exposed to rabies through contact with a wild animal, be quarantined and observed for signs of rabies infection. Depending on circumstances and a case-by-case assessm...
/Departments/Health-Agency/Animal-Services/Services-Offered/Animal-Bites,-Quarantines,-and-Rabies-Control.aspx 2/1/2017 4:04:05 PM
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