Found Pets

*Due to COVID-19 precautions, we are still asking the public to minimize in person, non-urgent services and call us for an appointment. If you have questions or need to visit us in person, for any reason, please give us a call first to determine the best course of action.  Our soft revision of operations for the month of July are as follows: we will continue services during regular hours of operations, but our gate will now be closed on Saturdays. Please read all posted signs before entering the office lobby; we are requiring all public persons to use a facial mask/covering when entering the facility and practice social distancing.*


                                          


I found a pet in Solano County, what should I do?
      

You may bring the animal to the shelter during regular business hours. Be advised, you will need to provide government issued identification.

 

Call the appropriate agency to request pick up. For more information, click here.

 

Call or stop by the shelter during business hours to file a "Found Animal Report."

 

Visit the animal shelter to view our “Lost Animal” binder.

 

Bring the animal to the shelter or any local Veterinarian to have the animal scanned for a microchip.

 

Post on local social media sites for lost\found pets. For example,      Facebook = “Solano Besst Pets”, “Solano County Pets” and/or groups related to your specific city of residency.

 

File a found report with websites who assist with reuniting pets and owners. Examples of these websites are: NextDoor.com, PetHarbor.com, PetFinder.com, LostMyDoggie.com, LostMyKitty.com
and FindingRover.com.

Be advised: If you choose to keep a found animal longer than 30 days, you have assumed the responsibility of ownership. This includes doing your due diligence to locate an owner as described above and feeding feral cats. Dogs must be licensed within 30 days of ownership.