Shelter Information

Sonoma County Shelter Map

 

Cloverdale
Cloverdale gets minimal response from the County. Dogs are picked up by the Police Department, then held at Kings Kastle. The Rescue, Feline Rescue of Northern California attends the Cats. This Group is responsible for all Cats for Cloverdale. No Cats go down to the County Shelter. Cloverdale Police Department does not have a list of Lost Animals on it’s website.

Healdsburg
Healdsburg Animal Shelter is for City Limit Animals only. The Lost and Stray Animals that are in the unincorporated parts of Healdsburg City are transferred to Sonoma County Animal Care and Control. Healdsburg Animal Shelter does not have a list of Lost Animals on it’s website.

Windsor
Windsor is covered by Sonoma County Animal Care and Control.

Sebastopol
Sebastopol City is covered by Sonoma Humane Society. They also cover the County’s area of responsibilities on Sunday and Monday when the County Shelter is closed. Sonoma Humane Society does not have a list of Lost Animals on it’s website..

Santa Rosa
Santa Rosa both the City and the unincorporated portions of the City are covered by the County Shelter. Sundays and Mondays are covered by Sonoma Humane Society*

Rohnert Park
Rohnert Park Animal Shelter covers only the “City” Limits. The unincorporated portion of the City is covered by Sonoma County Animal Care and Control. This Shelter has a list of Lost Animals on it’s website.

City of Sonoma
Sonoma City is covered by a non profit, Pets Lifeline. The unincorporated portion of the City is covered by Sonoma County Animal Care and Control. Sonoma Police Department does not have a list of Lost Animals on it’s website.

Petaluma
Petaluma Animal Services is a nonprofit and covers only the “City Limits”. The unincorporated portion of the City is covered by Sonoma County Animal Care and Control. Petaluma Animal Services does have a list of Lost Animals on it’s website.

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