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*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.
When visiting our facility, please read all posted signs before entering our buildings; We are requiring all public persons to use a facial mask/covering and practice social distancing. We will keep our community updated on our operations at the beginning of each month.*
2510 Clay Bank Rd Fairfield, CA 94533
Phone (707) 784-1356
Fax (707) 784-1353
Tuesdays-Fridays: 10AM to 6PM
Saturdays: 9AM to 5PM
Closed Daily 1PM to 2PM
Closed on Sundays, Mondays & County Holidays
Solano County Animal Care Division is responsible for the care of all stray, injured, abandoned, and unwanted animals for the seven surrounding cities: Benicia, Dixon, Fairfield, Rio Vista, Suisun City, Vacaville, and Vallejo. We are devoted and dedicated to the service of our residents and welfare of all animals residing in Solano County.
Animal Care Manager
As the Animal Care Manager, I am devoted to improving the lives of animals in Solano County. I am a huge advocate of compassionate care and have been in the Animal field for over 30 years.
I will continue to foster the partnership between the Solano County Community and the Animal Care Division, so that we are on the forefront of Animal Sheltering and we work side by side to ensure industry best practices are being met. The Sheriff's Office is dedicated to community service and we are here to provide you with resources to assist with most animal related needs.
If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach me directly at (707) 784-1370 or my email RGutierrez@SolanoCounty.com.
I would be happy to help resolve any issues or help problem-solve any animal related concerns.
Our Mission Statement: To provide comfort, care, and compassion to animals in need through shelter, education, adoption, spay/neuter, and community outreach.
Stop by the shelter and visit our beautiful cat and dog adoption areas and maybe meet your new best friend. Visit our low cost clinic for vaccinations, microchipping, licensing or to schedule a spay/neuter appointment. Give us a call and speak to one of our wonderful team members for any questions or concerns.
We are working towards a common goal to increase our live release rate, increase animal to owner reunification and decrease euthanasia.
To donate to our shelter, please click here.
Please visit our Facebook page for past and upcoming events.
Seeking an exciting and rewarding career with Solano County and interested in joining our team? Visit the county’s website for all current employment opportunities. Click here for more information.