Berkeley Animal Services - Lost Dogs

Berkeley Animal Services - Lost Dogs

1 Bolivar Dr.
Berkeley, California 94710
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Local Phone: (510) 981-6600
E-mail: animalservices@cityofberkeley

If you are looking for a lost pet:

Visit the shelter to see if you pet has been found. If your animal is not at the shelter, fill out a "lost report" to be kept on file.

Check other local animal shelters and complete their lost report forms:

Oakland Animal Services
• (510) 535-5603
Contra Costa County (Pinole) Animal Services
• (510) 374-3966

If you have found a pet, please report it to Animal Services with as accurate description as possible.

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Marin Humane SocietyFounded in 1907, the Marin Humane Society looks out for the animals of Marin County—wild and domestic—with dozens of innovative, nationally known programs. The organization also is charged with enforcing local and county animal ordinances. Along the way, they provide a wealth of enrichment and services to community members of many species.

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