HAVE YOU FOUND A STRAY ANIMAL OR LOST AN ANIMAL?
For your convenience, listed below are all Sonoma and Napa Valley animal shelters and local agencies.
19686 8th Street East, Sonoma | ph. 707.996.4577
Serving Sonoma Valley, as space permits
Sonoma Police Department
First Street West, Sonoma | ph. 707.996.3601
Serving City of Sonoma
1247 Century Court, Santa Rosa | ph. 707.565.7100
Serving all unincorporated Sonoma County, City of Santa Rosa, and Town of Windsor
840 Hopper Street, Petaluma | ph. 707.778.4396
Serving City of Petaluma
5345 Highway 12, Santa Rosa | ph. 707.542.0882
Serving City of Santa Rosa
301 J Rogers Lane, Rohnert Park | ph. 707.584.1582
Serving City of Rohnert Park and Cotati
570 Westside Road, Healdsburg | ph. 707.431.3386
Serving City of Healdsburg
171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd., Novato | ph. 415.883.4621
Serving all of Marin County
942 Imola Avenue, Napa | ph. 707.255.8118
Serving all of Napa County
HAVE YOU LOST YOUR PET?
We receive daily reports of missing cats and dogs as well as animals found by responsible citizens. Please see above for found animals. If your animal is listed above, you may come to the shelter anytime between 9am and 5pm, 7 days a week to reclaim them. Otherwise, come by the shelter to fill out a Lost Animal Report, complete a report online, or leave a message at 707.996.4577 x100 at any time. In the meantime, please review below information for helpful steps to recover your lost pet.
Important steps to recover a lost pet:
1. Call/visit ALL shelters in your area.
For your convenience, listed above are all Sonoma and Napa Valley animal shelters and local agencies.
2. Create a flier with a recent color picture of your pet.
Include information on the pet's breed, age, sex, if spayed/neutered, area lost, date lost and who to contact. If you have moved recently, post the fliers in your old neighborhood, your new neighborhood, and areas in between. Pets sometimes travel long distances to return to an old home. Also check listings of found pets in the paper. In the Sonoma Valley, check the Sonoma Index-Tribune.
3. Call the local vet in case your animal was brought in for treatment.
Ask veterinarians to post your flier in their reception area.
4. Place a lost pet ad in your local newspaper.
If your pet is a mixed breed, give a description of the pet's size, build, hair length, etc.
5. Talk to neighbors and ask them to watch for your pet.
Give them a copy of your flier. If you have lost a cat, ask neighbors to check garages, sheds, crawl spaces and other areas your cat may have been trapped.
6. Continue looking.
Don't assume your pet has been stolen. Someone who finds your pet may hold onto it before bringing it to a shelter. Pets have been returned months, and even years, after disappearing.