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To improve the lives of the animals in our care, be timely and compassionate in our responses, educate the public through community outreach and, provide for the health and safety of the citizens and animals of Ventura County.

Rehoming Your Pet

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Rehoming Your Pet

Click HERE to post your pet to our COURTESY REHOMING PAGE.

Rehoming your pet should be easy and stress free both for you and your pet.

1. Why are you considering rehoming?
·    Behavioral issues

·    Pet allergies

·    Affordable vet care

·    Domestic situation

·    Moving / Don’t have adequate housing

·    History of biting -- If your pet has bitten a person breaking the skin and drawing blood within the last 10 days, by law, you must notify your local animal control services or health department at (805)388-4341.

Rehoming your pet should be smooth and stress-free for you and your pet. The Petco Foundation has created a simple, reliable, free program to help you place your pet from your home directly to another. Click HERE for more information.

Read our Kitten Season Reminders before surrendering a litter of found kittens. Read about TNR and Community Cat Programs here.

Want to find out more about available options? Click HERE to schedule a call Monday through Friday. One of our Admissions Counselors will call you between for a 20-minute consultation to discuss alternatives and resources available.