Dog License Amnesty - Whole Month of March
Animal Care Services will be holding Dog License Amnesty for the whole month of March 2019.
Citizens that owe past years late fees for their dog licenses will have the whole month of March 2019 to come to the Animal Shelter and get into compliance. (Late Fees Will Be Waived)
Please make certain that prior to coming to the Animal Shelter that your dog(s) has a current rabies vaccination.
You will be required to show documentation of a current rabies vaccination.
Dog licenses will not be processed if you fail to provide proof of a current rabies vaccination.
ANIMAL CARE SERVICES WILL NOT BE PROVIDING RABIES VACCINATIONS.
We encourage dog owners to make arrangements with a local Veterinary Hospital or Vaccination Clinic Provider if your dog(s) requires a rabies vaccination.
The benefits of having your dog licensed:
- Rabies Prevention
- Proper Identification if Impounded / Returned to Owner Faster
- Mendocino County Chapter 10 Ordinance Compliance
- Financially Supports Animal Care Services
DOG LICENSE ONLINE RENEWAL
You can now renew your dog license online.
Please go to the below link to renew your dog license.
Save the drive to the shelter, save the writing a check and save the cost of a stamp and renew online.
Feral Cat Spay & Neuter Day - Click the below link.
CATS & KITTENS
Please contact the Animal Shelter at 463-4427 to schedule bringing in any owned or feral cat or kitten.
We greatly appreciate the assistance of the public in helping us work through this situation.
Mendocino County Animal Shelter
The Animal Shelter wishes to thank the very generous donors who have purchased a Kuranda Bed for our shelter dogs.
- Pet License Application
- Assistance Dog License Application
- Emergency Response Sign-up Form
- Volunteer Application
- NCO Volunteer Enrollment Form
Animal Care Services Information
- Care-A-Van and Spay/Neuter Services
- Animal Care Services Fees
- We need Volunteer! Join our team.
- Disaster Preparedness: Saving the Whole Family | En Español
- County Ordinances on Animal Care and Control
To serve the citizens of Mendocino County by providing animal regulation services that promote public safety, health and responsible pet ownership and delivers these services in a timely, courteous, professional and cost effective manner.
Ukiah Shelter and Administration Offices
298 Plant Road
Ukiah, CA 95482
Phone: 707-463-4427 / Fax:707-468-3338
**All financial transactions have to be completed 30 minutes prior to closing.**
**All dog kennel, cat adoption and the cat colony room areas will close 20 minutes prior to closing.**
Shelter Director: Richard Molinari
Adoption Coordinator: Amy Campbell
- Mendocino County Animal Care Services Standards of Behavior
- Volunteer and Community Involvement
- Mendocino County Volunteer Policy
- Humane Society for Inland Mendocino County
- Mendocino Coast Humane Society
- Redwood Coast Humane Society
- Anderson Valley Animal Rescue
- BONES Pet Rescue (Covelo)
- MILO Foundation
- SAFER Equine Rescue
Animal Control in unincorporated areas of Mendocino County is handled by the Mendocino County Sheriff's Office.
Field Service calls outside of Ukiah or Fort Bragg city limits including loose dogs, barking dogs, humane complaints or animal bites should be called into the Sheriff's Dispatch at 707-463-4086.
For Field Service calls in Ukiah please call the Ukiah Police Department at 707-463-6262.
For Field Service calls in Fort Bragg please call the Fort Bragg Police Department at 707-964-0200.