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Seminole County Animal Services has resumed regular business and our doors are open to the public. In consideration of the impact of COVID-19 on our communities, we encourage the use of masks at our facility. We also encourage the continuation of appointments for owner surrenders.
Beginning June 2nd, we will resume Rabies Vaccines to the public on Mondays and Wednesdays between the hours of 2pm & 4pm, we ask that you please call prior to coming to the shelter to ensure that the vet is available. We have also resumed the loaning of humane traps to Seminole County residents, we will continue to monitor the sitution and update this site as information becomes available.
Call Seminole County Animal Services if you have recently adopted a Puppy or Kitten from us that requires a Rabies vaccine at 407-665-5201.
If you have lost a pet or are looking to adopt we recommend that you go to www.petharbor.com to see animals located at our shelter. If you recognize a lost pet you will need to come down to the shelter to positively identify the animal.
If you you have any questions or concerns about an animal located at our shelter please call 407-665-5201.
Seminole County Animal Services was established in the early 1970’s to have local ordinances to prevent domestic animal nuisances and to have a safe place to take stray and homeless pets. Today not only do we enforce ordinances, we provide such services as rabies vaccinations and microchipping as well. We ask that you “Adopt- Don’t Shop” and come to the shelter and adopt your next family pet. We also have plenty of volunteer and foster home opportunities if you would like to help the homeless pets in our community. As our mission statement says “We strive to preserve the lives of all animals”.
All animals available for adoption will come with their basic vaccines, worming and spay/neutering
All animals available for adoption will come with their basic vaccines, worming and spay/neutering.
If you are missing a pet please come to the shelter to see if it’s here
All dogs, cats and ferrets residing in Seminole County are required to obtain a Seminole County Animal License for each animal in the household to be renewed annually.
If you are 18 years or older and have a passion for animals we would love to have you join our volunteer team.
This live cam overlooks the special cat adoption room at Seminole County Animal Services in Sanford, Florida. This room is home to playful kittens awaiting their new homes. Watch all their antics, from afternoon cat-naps to spirited wrestling and more.Live Cat Camera
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