Riverside County Department of Animal Services - Lost and Found Pets
Pets from animal shelters wait at Riverside Municipal Airport before being flown to a new home in Idaho on Wednesday, July 12.
The licensing of dogs is required by State law and County Ordinance. Dog licensing is an integral component of the statewide rabies control effort. All dogs are required to be licensed at the age of four months and provide proof of a rabies vaccination that covers the term of the license. An additional requirement is for licensed dogs to display the license tag at all times and to be microchipped. Dogs wearing current tags are held at animal shelters at least ten days so their owners can reclaim them. The Department of Animal Services personnel use the dog license, microchip, and any other owner information to contact the owners of lost animals. Any dog found not to be rabies vaccinated, licensed, or microchipped, will be cited for a spay or neuter violation in accordance with Riverside County Ordinance 6..08.120, Mandatory Spay/Neuter. In addition, in compliance with Ordinance 921, any Staffordshire Bull Terrier, American Pit Bull Terrier, or American Stafford Terrier breed of dog, or any mixed breed of dog which contains, as an element of its breeding, any of these breeds so as to be identifiable as partially of one or more of these breeds will require a proof of spay or neuter certificate as a prerequisite of renewing your pet's license.
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Thank you for visiting the Riverside Pet Crematory web site. As pet lovers and owners we understand from our own personal experience the heart break, profound sadness and sense of loss felt when pets leave our lives. This web site has been designed to both inform you about the services we offer for your pet's final needs and if possible be a source of encouragement and comfort during this time in your life.We do not guarantee that pets seen on our web page will be available to adopt when you arrive at the animal shelter. The Riverside County Department of Animal Services does not reserve pets for adoption by telephone or e-mail. You must come to the shelter to adopt an animal and refer to the pets Animal Identification Number (AID). Please bring a leash or carrier with you if you intend to adopt a pet. The pets listed on this web page have been impounded by the County of Riverside Animal Services and are currently located at one of the County of Riverside animal shelters.
Every attempt has been made to list all dogs and cats impounded in a timely manner; however, there may be circumstances that prevent your pet from being listed.
If you have located your pet on this web page, please make record of the Animal Identification Number (AID), visit the correct animal shelter during normal operating hours, and bring your valid driver's license or government issued ID with you.
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