In Anaheim, we work with Orange County Animal Care to provide services to residents. Here is a list of common services you might need. For general questions, you can call (714) 935-6848 or visit OC Animal Care's website here.
There are many cute dogs, cats, rabbits and other animals looking for their forever home available for adoption at OC Animal Care's shelter in Tustin. Prices for animal adoption range from under $100 for a reptile or rabbit to a high of $225 for a puppy. There are special prices for veterans and seniors that want to adopt a pet.
These fees include microchip, vaccinations, sterilization and other veterinary services. Find out more information here.
If you're dealing with a loud, barking dog in your neighborhood, first we advise you to speak to your neighbor about it. If that doesn't resolve the issue, it's easy to report by simply filling out a form and faxing it, mailing it or personally delivering it to OC Animal Care. Find the form here.
For any questions on the form, you can call (714) 796-6442.
Coyotes are a fact of life. They are drawn to cities for easy sources of food, including trash cans and outdoor pet food, which draws smaller animals that coyotes feed on.
But there are easy steps you can take to keep your home, family and pets safe. Read more on our coyote page.
If you are unfortunate enough to find a dead animal in your yard or in the road, call OC Animal Care and they will come pick it up. The number to call is (714) 935-6848.
We partner with nonprofit Healthcare & Emergency Animal Rescue Team, or HEART, to regularly provide low-cost mobile pet clinics throughout the year, offering vaccinations, microchipping and other services. For more information, click here.
If you have a swarm of bees in your yard, be careful and leave the bees alone. The best course of action is to call a local bee removal company. If the bees are on city property, please call (714) 765-6860 or dial 311 from any Anaheim telephone.