The Chico Animal Shelter, located at 2579 Fair St

The Chico Animal Shelter houses and cares for all stray dogs found within Chico city limits
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Outcome: Lola was transported by a volunteer from the Chico Animal Shelter to the Livermore Airport, then flown by Flying Rescue Dogs to Van Nuys Airport. From there she was then taken to the All Breed Dog Rescue in Yucaipa California.
Thank you everyone at Chico Animal Shelter for taking care of Bandit. He is truly a joy and sweetheart.
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The City of Chico Animal Shelter accepts all unwanted DOGS from owners living within Chico city limits. Please call to have your dog put on the waiting list and we will call you when there is space at the shelter. Please bring all your pet's medical records at the time of surrender. You can print out the Dog Surrender Form below and fill it out before your appointment to save time. Dogs must go through a behavior assessment before they will be made available for adoption. We do not guarantee adoption of surrendered dogs, and surrendered animals may be euthanized at any time. There is no required surrender fee, however donations of any size are gratefully accepted. Chico Animal Shelter has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Chico, CA.
Photo provided by FlickrThe City of Chico Animal Shelter is located at 2579 Fair St., Chico, CA.
Photo provided by FlickrChico Animal Shelter (CAS) and Butte Humane Society (BHS) are NOT the same organization
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The Chico Animal Shelter houses and cares for all stray dogs found within Chico city limits. These animals may have been picked up by Chico Animal Control, or brought in by a concerned citizen. The Chico Animal Shelter also takes unwanted dogs from owners residing within Chico city limits. The shelter maintains a waiting list for dogs needing to be surrendered. Chico Animal Services is no longer accepting surrendered cats. Owners wishing to surrender their cats a referred to the Butte Humane Society. Chico Animal Services is no longer accepting healthy stray cats. This is the fee for adopting an animal through the City of Chico Animal Shelter. The fee includes a heart-worm or leukemia test and a registered microchip. Rabies vaccination is extra ($4-12). All dogs, cat and rabbits must be spayed or neutered if not already done. The cost of the surgery is offset by donations, keeping the spay/neuter co-pay affordable.It will take you to a Message Board where you can post information and pictures. Please keep in mind that this is not a substitute for visiting the shelter if you have lost a pet, or a substitute for bringing a stray dog to the shelter. For cats, make sure you take the cat to the Chico Animal Shelter or a veterinarian to be scanned for a microchip. The idea of this Message Board is to help the Chico community find pet solutions without having to bring the animal to the shelter.The Chico Animal Shelter houses and cares for all stray dogs found within Chico city limits. These animals may have been picked up by Chico Animal Control, or brought in by a concerned citizen. The Chico Animal Shelter also takes unwanted dogs from owners residing within Chico city limits. The shelter maintains a waiting list for dogs needing to be surrendered. strongly believes significant results can be achieved through public awareness and the increase of companion pet spays and neuters in our community. We hope to decrease the number of unwanted kittens and puppies which continually overburden the City of Chico Animal Shelter.
Download an application today: | .Outcome: Dora came to the shelter with a heavy infestation of ear mites and a bad attitude to boot. The staff at the Chico Animal Shelter were able to treat and eradicate the ear mites and got her spayed before she went to rescue. A local transport volunteer for Save a Bunny, who lives here in Chico, volunteered to take Dora to the Save a Bunny rescue located in the Bay Area. The volunteer took Dora home, fell in love with her and decided to adopt her.