San Diego Animal Control
CHIPS CAN HELP LOCATE LOST ANIMALS AFTER A FIRE; MORE CLINICS PLANNED IN OTHER LOCATIONS
June 27, 2010 (Alpine) – San Diego County’s Animal Services Department will offer a clinic from 12 noon to 2 p.m. today at the Alpine Sheriff station, 2751 Alpine Boulevard. Pet owners can have their dogs, cats, rabbits or other small animals microchipped for a $20 fee—just in time for fire season.
The clinic will also provide $6 rabies vaccinations, plus spay/neuter coupons at $25 for male and $50 for female dogs and cats. Amnesty from late fees will be provided for owners who renew lapsed dog licenses.
April 19, 2010 (San Diego) - The County of San Diego Department of Animal Services is trying to locate the owners of two injured animals that have arrived at County shelters, including a Siamese cat in El Cajon and an apricot poodle in Logan Heights.