Additional Animal Rescue Groups
About Petco Love Lost
Petco Love Lost helps reunite missing pets with their people by using a photo of the pet. Search our national database of more than 170,000 dogs and cats, then create and share digital lost pet alerts on Nextdoor, Facebook, and via email.
Cat Network is a non-profit cat advocacy organization dedicated to the care and welfare of feral stray cats, also known as community cats, of the greater Stanislaus County Area. We are local experts on the Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR) method of cat population control and care of outdoor cats.
We are a small no kill 501c3 nonprofit rescue group based out of Modesto, Ca. who strives to save just one life at a time.
Founded in 2007, the Humane Society of Stanislaus County is an animal welfare 501(c)3 non-profit organization whose primary focus is Community Outreach within the Stanislaus County limits.
We are a rescue group in the process of getting our 501 (c) for non profit. We rescue cats and kittens from parks rivers, and help them find forever homes.
Alley Cat Allies has protected and improved the lives of cats for 32 years. Today more than 800,000 people look to Alley Cat Allies for leadership on saving cats’ lives, developing communities that safeguard cats, and helping shelters embrace feline-friendly policies.
Animal Control Services
Calls for service handled include but not limited to: Animal Noise Complaints, Abandoned Animals, Stray/Roaming Animals, Injured or sick stray animals, Animal Bites, Dead animals, enforcing State Laws and Local Ordinances.
We are an animal services organization known for its transparency, effectively promoting the humane and responsible care of companion animals, reducing the euthanasia of sheltered animals, and responding to the needs of the community.
The City of Escalon contracts with the City of Oakdale for Animal Services. For Animal Services, contact Oakdale Animal control at (209) 847-5625.
The Animal Services Unit works diligently to serve the public and animals of the City of Turlock in a professional and efficient manner with kindness and compassion. The staff is dedicated to providing education, protection, and the humane treatment of animals in order to insure a safe and healthy community and to promote the benefits of responsible pet ownership.
The Animal Services Unit is a division of the Ripon Police Department. Adoptions and Live Animal Traps are handled during office hours only, unless special arrangements have been made.
At Oakdale Veterinary Group, we believe that your pet is a part of the family, yours and ours. That is why we have made it our mission to provide comprehensive and compassionate veterinary care and that is in the best interests of you and your furriest family member. If you are in the Stanislaus or San Joaquin County areas, and are looking for a caring veterinary team to help make sure your pet remains in good health, we are nearby and ready to help.
Family Veterinary Care of Oakdale offers our clients, patients, and team a spacious 4,000 square foot facility to care for your companion like one of our own. Whether in sickness, health, or surgery, we are fully equipped and trained to offer and perform anything your furry family member may need.
Village Oak Veterinary Hospital has been providing quality pet care in the Modesto area since the summer of 2001. In addition to our general practice, we have also been able to provide some specialty level medicine to the Central Valley. We feel our clients and patients benefit greatly from the services of both practices. Whether visiting one of our general practitioners, or seeing one of our Boarded Specialists in Internal Medicine, Radiology, Cardiology or Surgery, we are committed to exceeding our client's expectations for care and service.
We are a veterinary clinic dedicated to responsible, affordable wellness care for dogs and cats. We provide low-cost spay and neuter surgeries to battle the problems of pet overpopulation and euthanasia of unwanted pets. We are committed to educating pet owners on the basic and core necessities in preventative medicine.
When you bring your beloved dog or cat to VPC, we’ll treat them like they were our own, giving them affordable care that protects them from lethal diseases and other health problems.