Animal Control Director Bob Innes1678 U.S. Highway 321 Business NorthP.O. Box 60 Winnsboro, SC 29180Phone: 803-815-0805Fax: 803-815-0797Email: firstname.lastname@example.orgOffice Hours: Monday-Friday 9:00AM-4:30PM The mission of Fairfield County Animal Control is to provide efficient and effective animal control (non-wildlife) to protect the life and property of Fairfield County citizens, to provide a safe and humane facility for those animals that are stray or unwanted, and to minimize the number of euthanized animals annually.
To educate the public on responsible pet ownership such as spaying and neutering; and welcome relationships with legitimate animal rescue organizations that wish to work with us. All activities shall be in compliance with Federal, State and local laws and regulations and performed by a humane and professional staff. Objectives I: Comply with Federal and State laws and local county ordinances.
Reduce the number of unwanted domestic pets/livestock in the community by promoting sterilization of all domestic pets thereby reducing the number of pets euthanized. Provide effective Animal Control Services to protect the public from roaming/vicious domestic pets/livestock. Provide temporary shelter for stray and unwanted domestic pets/livestock, maintain a vigorous program to reunite stray domestic pets/livestock with owners and maintain the vigorous adoption program.
Comply with state and national laws and guidelines when euthanasia is necessary. Hire and train a staff of caring professionals to carry out the goal and objectives. Objectives II: Enforcement of Fairfield County Animal Ordinances. Cruelty investigation and prosecution. A place to turn in unwanted or stray domestic pets/livestock. Effective Animal Control Services which protect citizens from the danger of roaming domestic pets/livestock and reducing pet population.
Assist DHEC in enforcement of Rabies Control Act. Provide an ACO on-call 24 hours a day, 365 days a year to assist Law Enforcement and rescue injured or vicious domestic pets/livestock. Public Service announcements to groups to increase awareness on domestic pets/livestock-related issues and domestic pet overpopulation. If your pet is lost or missing please complete the appropriate form found on the left-hand side of the screen and contact our office as soon as possible.
If your pet is at our facility, there is a $10.00 per day impound fee plus a $25 return to owner fee for the first offense and $50 Return to owner fee for each subsequence offense. Additionally, proof of current rabies vaccine/ownership is required. Remember after 10 days all animals become the property of Fairfield County Animal Control. Also, if you are interested in adopting an animal please use one of the links on the left to visit our Adoption Center website or Adoption Center Facebook page for a list of available animals.
All Fees are Non-Refundable. Adoptable Pet Name: Type Animal: Breed: Color: Age: Sex: Adopted: Comments: If you need more information about adopting a pet,call the Fairfield County Animal Shelter at 803-815-0805 orsend an email to email@example.com. Close WindowSee Also: Carson City Animal Shelter
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General Information 2510 Clay Bank RoadFairfield, CA 94533(707) 784-1356 Phone(707) 784-1353 Fax SHELTER HOURSTuesdays-Fridays:10:00 am-6:00 pmSaturdays: 9:00 am-5:00 pmClosed Daily Tuesday - Saturday: 1:00 pm to 2:00 pmClosed on Sundays, Mondays, & County HolidaysFOR ALL FIELD SERVICES IN THE CITY OF VALLEJO OR THE UNINCORPORATED AREA OF SOLANO COUNTYCALL SHERIFF'S ANIMAL CONTROL AT (707) 784-47337-days a week, 24-hours per day ADMINISTRATION Lieutenant Cathy Raymos, Operations Manager DIRECTIONS TO THE ANIMAL SHELTER From VallejoTake I-80 East to Air Base Parkway Exit.
Go right (east) approximately 2.5 miles on Air Base Parkway to Clay Bank Road, and turn left (north). Follow the blue signs “Solano County Animal Shelter” on the right side to Solano County Animal Care. From SacramentoTake I-80 West to Air Base Parkway Exit. Go east, over the overpass, and approximately 2.5 miles on Air Base Parkway to Clay Bank Road, and turn left (north). Follow the blue signs “Solano County Animal Shelter” on the right side toSolano County Animal Care.
From Travis Air Force BaseGo west on Air Base Parkway to Clay Bank Road, and turn right (north). Follow the blue signs “Solano County Animal Shelter” on the right side to Solano County Animal Care. 24 hr. BEHAVIORAL HELPLINE Animal Care's 24 hr. Behavioral Helpline is a resource when you have a question or concern about the behavior of your pet. Our Helpline message center is available any time.
After leaving your message, you can expect a return call, usually within 24 hours, from one of our volunteers, except Sundays and County Holidays.Helpline Message Center: (707)784-1369.(Contact your veterinarian for any medical questions, concerns, or needs.) DOG LICENSING If your dog's rabies vaccination is current and in PetData's database, please click here for on-line license renewal.
If your dog's rabies vaccination is NOT current, obtain a current rabies certificate and enclose a copy (not the original) with the renewal form along with your payment(check or money order) and mail them to: Solano County Dog Licensingc/o PetDataPO Box 141929Irving, TX 75014-1929 **Please Note: This is a mailing address only thus licenses cannot be purchased in person at this location. Licenses can be purchased in person at Solano County Animal Care Services, 2510 Claybank Road, Fairfield, CA 94533.
For more information on dog licensing in Solano County, fee information, to update your name or address, as well as other useful services and topics, please click here or call PetData directly toll free at 1-877-242-8408.Licenses can also be purchased at the following locations: Benicia Police Department Dixon City Hall Humane Society of the North Bay Rio Vista Police Department Vallejo City Hall ADOPTION OR STRAY ANIMAL INFORMATION To view ADOPTION POLICY, PROCEDURES & FEES, please click: ADOPTION PROCESS HANDOUT 080217.
(ADOPTIONS AND INTRODUCTIONS UNTIL 30 MINUTES BEFORE SHELTER CLOSING)To view pictures of animals, Lost, Found or Adoptable, for Solano County, please click Pet Harbor.com Acceptable forms of payment at Animal Care are: Cash Credit Card MasterCard, Visa, Discovery Debit Card with Visa or MasterCard Logo Cashiers Check Money Order Solano County Animal Care DonationsThe Sheriff’s Office proudly accepted responsibility for the county animal shelter in 2011.
Since then we have made many positive strides. We are dedicated to the service of our residents and welfare of all animals residing in Solano County. Most recently we are excited to announce the opening of a 12,500 square foot expansion which includes, spacious canine kennels, charming feline condos, a public vaccination clinic and low cost spay/neuter clinic. We are working towards a common goal to increase our live release rate, increase animal to owner reunification and decrease euthanasia.
All donations will be used solely for animal enrichment to ensure those animals in our care a more pleasant stay at the shelter and/or raise public awareness on the benefits of spay and neutering their pets. The benefits of spay/neuter not only include reducing the unwanted animal population in our area but increases the life span of our beloved pets and decrease late in life illness caused by lack of alteration.
Click on the link below to donate: https://paydirect.link2gov.com/SolanoAnimalCareDonations Fee Schedule - Animal Control and Care FY 17-18 Service Fee Authority Fee/Unit 2017/18 ANIMAL ADOPTION Animal Adoption - Dog $150 F&A 31108 Animal Adoption - Cat $120 F&A 31752 Senior Cat/Dog 6 yrs and Older Half the applicable adoption fee F&A 31108 & 31752 Seniors for Seniors (animals 6 years and older and citizens age 65 and above) Half of half the adoption fee Animal Adoption - Small animals $20 F&A 31753 Animal Adoption - Livestock $100 F&A 17005; CA Constitution Art.
XI, §7; County Code 4-22 Barn Cat/Community Cat Program $45 F&A 31752 Animal Adoption - Special Events Varies CA Constitution Art. XI, §7; County Code 4-22 LICENSES, TAGS, and REGISTRATION Animal License (Unaltered) 1 Year $40 F&A 30804;Gov't Code38792;County Code 4-139, 4-142 2 Year $76 3 Year $113 Animal License (Altered) 1 Year $20 F&A 30804.5, 31751.3, 31751.
5;Gov't Code38792; County Code 4-139, 4-142 2 year $36 3 year $53 Animal License (Altered) Senior Citizen (65 years +) 1 Year $10 F&A 30804.5, 31751.3, 31751.5;Gov't Code38792; County Code 4-139, 4-142 2 Year $16 3 Year $23 Animal License (Miscellaneous) Animal License Transfer $12 F&A 30804;Gov't Code; CA Constitution Art. XI, §738792; Animal License Duplicate $13 Late Penalty $25 F&A 30804;Gov't Code38792; County Code 4-139, 4-144; CA Constitution Art.
XI, §7 Tags Dangerous Dog Tag $22 County Code 4-55(b)8-9 Dangerous Dog Dangerous Dog permit - First Animal $50 per year F&A 31641 F&A 31683 County Code 4-55(b) Dangerous Dog permit - Second Animal $25 per year Dangerous Animal Hearing Actual Cost (not to exceed $1,000) Facility Licenses Commercial Kennel/Cattery License $123 County Code 4-87 Additional Runs (each) $4 Hobby Kennel/Cattery License $110 BOARD, REDEMPTION, & IMPOUND Dog/Cat /Small Animal Board $20 per day F&A 31251 County Code 4-22 Livestock Board Actual Cost F&A 17095; County Code 4-44 Animal Redemption $40 F&A 31251 County Code 4-22 Penalty Fine Unaltered Dogs & Cats (Failure to Spay or Neuter) 1st Impound $35 F&A 30804.
7F&A 31751.7 2nd Impound $50 3rd Impound $100 OTHER SERVICES Surrender Owner Surrender/Euthanasia - Dog/Cat/Small Animal $86 F&A 31251, County Code 4-22 Owner Surrender - Litter (Any Species) $100 F&A 31251, County Code 4-22 Animal Pickup/Disposal Dog/Cat/Small Animal Pickup (Requested) $86 CA Constitution Art.
XI, §7;County Code 4-22 Pickup of Livestock Actual or invoiced cost CA Constitution Art. XI, §7;County Code 4-22 Dead Animal Disposal $18 CA Constitution Art. XI, §7;County Code 4-22 Rabies Control Rabies Quarantine - Home $65 H&S 121580County Code 4-22, 4-150, and 4-153 Rabies Quarantine - Shelter $120 plus boarding fee Health Verification $31 CA Constitution Art. XI, §7 Rabies Testing(Non Mandated) Actual CA Constitution Art.
XI, §7 Spay/Neuter Services Dogs - Spay (Under 25 lbs) $118 CA Constitution Art. XI, §7;County Codes 4-22 and 4-180; F&A 30503(a)(1); F&A 31751.3 (a)(1) Dogs - Spay (25-49 lbs) $145 Dogs - Spay (50-75 lbs) $185 Dogs - Neuter (Under 40 lbs) $102 Dogs - Neuter (40-75 lbs) $120 Cats - Spay $75 Cats - Neuter $45 Feral Cat Shelter Release $25 Spay-Neuter Procedures for Authorized Rescue Organizations 50% of Applicable Procedure Male - Cryptorchid Add $52 CA Constitution Art.
XI, §7;County Code 4-22 Female in Heat Add $52 Prescription Medication $7 Plus CA Constitution Art. XI, §7;County Code 4-22 Actual Medication Cost Missed Appointment $23 CA Constitution Art. XI, §7;County Code 4-22 Vaccinations DA2PP $14 CA Constitution Art. XI, §7;County Code 4-22 Bordatella $14 FVRCP $14 Rabies $12 Leptospirosis $18 CA Constitution Art. XI, §7;County Code 4-22 FELV $18 CA Constitution Art.
XI, §7;County Code 4-22 FELV Test $30 CA Constitution Art. XI, §7;County Code 4-22 Miscellaneous After-Hour Calls 1st three hours = $202 CA Constitution Art. XI, §7;County Code 4-22 Time in excess of three hours = $39 per hour. Microchip $12 County Code 4-183 Animal Control Officer $51.79 CA Constitution Art. XI, §7 Animal Control Vehicle $179.26 per day plus $0.22 per mile