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News ImageApril 16, 2018  UPDATE: Continuing Technical Difficulties

UPDATE:
Our phone lines are now working but we continue to have technical difficulties with our database. We will not be able to accept payments at this time. We apologize for the inconvenience.

For the time being, please contact us via email at occrocpetinfo@occr.ocgov.com with any general inquiries.

If you have questions about pet licensing, please contact us at Acslicensing@occr.ocgov.com

For Animal Control Services, please call (714)259-1122

Thank you for your patience!


News ImageApril 19, 2018  Update 4/19/18: Phone Lines Are DownUPDATE 4/19/18:
Our phone lines are down. Our IT department is working on resolving this issue ASAP. We apologize for the inconvenience.

For the time being, please contact us via email at occrocpetinfo@occr.ocgov.com with any general inquiries.

If you have questions about pet licensing, please contact us at Acslicensing@occr.ocgov.com


Thank you for your patience!

News ImageApril 10, 2018  Orange Turns 130 Grand Re-Opening of Yorba Park was a Fun Filled Day for Dog LoversOn Saturday April 7, 2018, the Orange Turns 130 Grand Re-Opening of Yorba Park brought together a community of dog lovers. From pet owners and people looking to adopt a new furry family member, there were people who started arriving at 9:30 am to await the 10:00 am ribbon cutting.

While waiting for the ribbon cutting and even after, guests could walk down a path of community resources like OC Animal Care, OC Waste and Recycling, local emergency pet hospitals, ASPCA, and local pet campus that provide a range of services from grooming, boarding, training classes and carnival games.

As the park filled with happy and excited dogs big, small, short and tall, and as families filled the walkway of tents, five volunteers and three staff members from OC Animal Care promoted the upcoming Spring Fling event on April 28th. They also answered questions about the new facility, ways to get involved, and about current animals available for adoption. Not only were OC Animal Care humans there but so were Snoopy, Glen and Brit, three dogs who were ready to go home and find their new families.

By 12:00 pm the crowds had thinned and lucky Britt was adopted. Britt was adopted by the woman who had actually helped bring her in as a stray and wanted to offer her a forever home. Although Snoopy and Glen came back to the shelter that day, they too were later adopted as well.

Orange Turns 130 Grand Re-Opening was an exciting few hours that brought some resources, awareness and fun to all who attended.


News ImageApril 5, 2018  Discarded Fishing Line is Dangerous to WildlifeOn Friday March 31, Sergeant Su and Officer Craig responded to Tri-City Park in response to a report of an American coot who had fishing line tangled around its left leg. Unfortunately after trying to lure other coots and the injured one, some resourceful use of Cheez-its, and creative expansions of a net, the team was unable to catch the bird. However, the public was very appreciative of the display of team effort and persistence!

Remember when you do go fishing, fishing line is potentially dangerous and harmful to wildlife so it is important to pick up all and any fishing line that you see to help create a safe home for our animals in the community!

News ImageApril 4, 2018  Congratulations, March Volunteer of the Month, Margaret!Please join us in congratulating our volunteer of the month for March, Margaret! Margaret has been with OC Animal Care for just 9 months but has already become such a huge part of our volunteer family. During our big move and all of the events associated Margaret stepped up and became a superlative Greeter for our program, working many long hours many days in a row to assist our staff in the big transition. Margaret primarily likes to socialize with our bunnies but has stepped into the role of greeter in a big way this month! We are so grateful for our dedicated volunteers like Margaret who happens to have volunteered 6 out of the last 7 days! You can see her and our other amazing greeter volunteers at the front desk of our new facility where they are always happy to assist you! Thank you Margaret for all you do, and congratulations on being our March 2018 volunteer of the month!

April 25, 2018
11:30 AMOC Animal Care Community Outreach Commitee MeetingSupports Animal Care Services in achieving the vision and goals of the organization and fosters community input and support in animal care related issues.

Date:
First month of each Quarter (January, April, July and October) on the fourth Wednesday.

Time:
11:30 AM

Place:
OC Animal Care
Learning & Training Center Room 100
1630 Victory Road
Tustin, CA 92782

Committee Information:
714-935-6848 or 949-249-5160 Date: 10/25/2017
Time: 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM
April 28, 2018
11:00 AMSpring FlingJoin OC Animal Care for our special Spring Fling adoption event! There will be *free adoptions (not including licensing, microchip, leash or carrier). We hope you stop by and find your furry new friend!
May 1, 2018
6:30 PMLow-Cost Vaccine & Microchip ClinicStop by OC Animal Care and update your pet's vaccines or get a microchip during our monthly Low-Cost Vaccine & Microchip clinic. Our Low-Cost Clinic advises customers if their animal is ill, they need to take it to their own veterinarian for exam.
June 5, 2018
6:30 PMLow-Cost Vaccine & Microchip ClinicStop by OC Animal Care and update your pet's vaccines or get a microchip during our monthly Low-Cost Vaccine & Microchip clinic. Our Low-Cost Clinic advises customers if their animal is ill, they need to take it to their own veterinarian for exam.
July 3, 2018
6:30 PMLow-Cost Vaccine & Microchip ClinicStop by OC Animal Care and update your pet's vaccines or get a microchip during our monthly Low-Cost Vaccine & Microchip clinic. Our Low-Cost Clinic advises customers if their animal is ill, they need to take it to their own veterinarian for exam.