Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · 8 hrs · Sparky is a 5-year-old Labrador retriever mix. His sweet face says, "I'm ready for a forever home." Sparky (A466823)Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · 14 hrs · NANA (manx, 12 yrs old) - This gal is affectionate, spry, playful, and gets along with other cats. She wants someone to love and be their lap cat!Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · Yesterday at 5:30am · Introducing Randy, our handsome black mouth cur mix.
He is an energetic 1-year-old intelligent boy who is looking for his forever home. Stop by today to meet Randy or one of our other adoptable pets. We are open from noon-3:00 p.m.albumAlbum "Fur-Ever" Homes 2017Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services added a new photo to the album: "Fur-Ever" Homes 2017. · January 18 at 9:33pm · SASSY (7months old) - She is soft and cuddly! Her twin brother was adopted, and now Sassy is hoping for her loving home.
This girl usually has the cutest wide-eyed look on her face, like she has seen a ghost. Sassy gets along with other cats and loves to play.Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · January 18 at 5:58pm · PARIS (1 yr old tortie) - Whether or not you keep the name Paris when you adopt her, this spunky "petit chat" will bring lots of fun and love with her. Paris would do best in a one-cat only home.
Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services added 4 new photos. · January 18 at 11:10am · It was Christmas Eve when the call came in. Holly, an adoptable dog being fostered by her adoptive family until her spay appointment, had an emergency. She was brought to BluePearl Veterinary Partners and quickly diagnosed with a prolapsed uterus. Due to the possible complications of her case, she was transferred to Suncoast Veterinary Emergency & Specialty Center where she would undergo emergency surgery.
We are happy to say that Holly is recovering and her adoption is exp...ected to be finalized soon! We are grateful to the skilled emergency veterinarians who were able to successfully diagnose her condition, and complete the surgery. We are also gratefully indebted to the community of donors who made this surgery possible. Thank you to Suncoast Veterinary Center, Blue Pearl Veterinary Partners Sarasota, Animal Rescue Coalition, Friends of ARC SRQ and Fairy Tail Endings, Inc.
for providing the funds needed to cover Holly’s emergency surgery. Animal emergencies happen, even for shelter animals. If you’d like to be a part of helping shelter animals receive emergency care, please contact any of the tagged agencies above for more information. See MoreSarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services added 2 new photos. · January 18 at 9:36am · Brooks and Dunn are enjoying some time in the sun after a chilly morning.
Don’t worry the kennel heaters were on yesterday afternoon and throughout last night keeping everyone warm all night long. Stop by and see us, we have a great selection of dogs and cats looking for forever homes.Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · January 17 at 2:46pm · Lucky is a handsome and affectionate 4-year-old boy with plenty of energy. He likes to go for walks and walks very well on the leash.
Stop by to meet him. Lucky (A463154)Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · January 17 at 9:31am · MUGSY - Yes, this precious girl is really this pretty. Mugsy is petite, and she's as sweet as she is beautiful. Gentle, affectionate, and oh so ready for a good, forever home.Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · January 15 at 9:50pm · JEFE - This handsome hunk is a little over 2 years old.
He's a gentle giant, very affectionate, and gets along with other cats. Run, don't walk to adopt Jefe.It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser.CloseJefePosted by Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services996 ViewsSarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · January 14 at 1:45pm · BEV (3 yrs) This sweet and cuddly beauty would have a big smile if she were looking out a window with you, in your home, rather than from a shelter.
Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · January 14 at 12:00pm · We will be closed Monday, January 15th in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr Day. We will return to normal hours Tuesday, January 16th and for the rest of the week!Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · January 14 at 5:00am · Yogi is a fabulous Labrador retriever mix. He loves petting and walks. And what a handsome fellow he is! Yogi (A464876)Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · January 13 at 2:00pm · Jewels and Perry are play buddies at the shelter and love entertaining each other.
Both of these dogs are about 1.5 years old, are social with other dogs at the shelter, and enjoy walking and being with people. They are full of life and love! Jewels (A441438) Perry (A454942Sarasota County Sheriff's Office Animal Services · January 13 at 11:24am · Meet Lela and Stitch, two new cuties to our adoption area. Lela is an 8-month-old Chihuahua mix. Stitch, a Chihuahua/Jack Russell terrier mix, is about 1 year old.
Hurry over to the shelter to adopt Lela or Stitch. These sweet pups won't be here long!See Also: Coral Reef Animal Adaptations
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The Sarasota County Animal Services section is located at 8451 Bee Ridge Road in Sarasota. The administrative offices are open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 4:30 p.m.View adoptable animals or find us on Facebook.ABOUT ANIMAL SERVICESThe Sarasota County Sheriff's Office took over the responsibilities of Animal Control from the County Government on Oct.1, 1994. The name "Animal Control" was changed to "Animal Services" due to the many services provided to all of Sarasota County.
Animal Service Officers respond to calls for service, including nuisance complaints, animal bites, injured animals and animal cruelty. We would be glad to address your school or group to give them an idea of what we do or educate them about animal safety. Call the administrative office for more information. To review the County's Animal Ordinance click below. PET DISASTER PLANNINGPets need a plan for hurricane season and other emergencies.
The link below will take you to the Sarasota County Emergency Services page for pet preparations. PET LOST AND FOUNDOur goal is to help reunite lost animals with their families. We keep a list of animals that are reported missing and those that are found in hopes of making a match. We recommend that pets be microchipped as a means of secondary identification. To make it easier for your pets to be returned should they get lost, be certain to keep current identification tags on them at all times.
If you wish to report a lost animal contact Animal Services at 941.861.9501. If you get the answering machine leave a message, as it is checked regularly including weekends & holidays. We will need to know the animal type/description, name, location it was last seen, your name, address, and contact information. You can email a photo with the above information to email@example.com.PET PARKSSarasota County has a number of parks and beaches that are pet friendly, allowing both on-and-off-leash activity.
The link below will provide a list of those locations and some rules and regulations. PARK RULES AND REGULATIONSSPAYING/NEUTERING PROGRAMSarasota County Animal Services has a no cost/low cost spaying and neutering program for your pets. This program is designed for people who are on low or fixed incomes. If you are qualified to receive benefits from other social programs or have a low or fixed income, you probably also qualify for this program.
Funds have been appropriated in the budget of the Sarasota County Sheriff's Office. Thousands of unwanted puppies and kittens are born each year in Sarasota County. Minimizing these births reduces the operating cost of Animal Services to Sarasota County taxpayers. Because this program is so popular it is administered on a "first come, first serve" basis and will continue until all the annually appropriated funds have been exhausted.
The fiscal year runs October through September. This program does not cover the cost of a mandatory rabies vaccination and license tag, additional examination fees or vaccination fees that may be required by your veterinarian. In addition to managing the animal population, sterilization prevents irritability and aggressiveness. It can increase the lifespan of your pet, among other health benefits, reduce the urge to roam, and reduce spraying in male cats.
In addition to Sheriff's Office Animal Services, the following organizations offer no or low cost spaying/neutering:THE HUMANE SOCIETY OF SARASOTA 2331 15th St. Sarasota, FL 941.955.4131 SUNCOAST HUMANE SOCIETY 6781 San Casa Drive Englewood, FL 941.474.7884 ANIMAL RESCUE COALITION 6320 Tower Ln.
Sarasota, FL 34240 941.957.1955CAT DEPOT 2542 17th Street Sarasota, FL 34234 941.366.2404 DOWNLOAD APPLICATION ANIMAL SERVICES DONATIONSAnimal Services accepts donations of dog/puppy and cat/kitten food and treats. Toys are always welcome. The shelter is always in need of towels and blankets. These items don't have to be new, just clean and in good condition! VICIOUS/DANGEROUS DOGSVicious/dangerous dogs are a serious threat to the safety and welfare of the people of Sarasota County.
Such attacks are, in part, attributable to the failure of owners to properly train and control their dogs. Therefore, Sarasota County government has found it necessary to impose uniform requirements on the owners of dogs declared dangerous or vicious, including being publicly listed here. DANGEROUS DOG SEARCHLEGAL DISCLAIMERThis document has information regarding dogs that have been declared dangerous and whose owners are required to register their dog pursuant to Florida State Statute, Chapter 767.
While this information is believed to be accurate, no claims, promises or guarantees about the accuracy, completeness or adequacy of the information are made. Readers are encouraged to review the official version of all documents on which they plan to rely. Official records of these documents are maintained by Sarasota County Animal Services. Reference copies are available by contacting:Animal Services8451 Bee Ridge RoadSarasota, Florida, 34241941.