Have you lost or found a pet? Here are a some things to keep in mind and steps you can take to reunite with pets and families as quickly as possible. Don't forget to check with the Pet Center at 130 N. Stratton Rd, St. Augustine, we're open Tuesday – Friday: 9:00 to 4:30, and Saturday: 9:00am to 4:00pm. (904) 209-6190
Paws and Claws Rabies Clinic – Does your pet need a rabies vaccine or microchip? St. Johns County Animal Control is here to help! Join us from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 1, for our Paws and Claws Rabies Clinic located at 200 San Sebastian View, St. Augustine. The annual rabies vaccine is $10 and a microchip is $10. Please note only cash will be accepted. All cats must be in a carrier and dogs must be on a leash. No feral or stray animals will be accepted. All animals must be four months of age or older.
Volunteers – Adults who wish to become an approved volunteer, please fill out volunteer application. Teens ages 14-17, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for Teen forms and Guidelines. Visit Ways You Can Help for more information.
Do you have an Instagram Account? Please follow St. Johns County Pet Center! All of us here at the Pet Center, appreciate your support! StJohnsCountyPetCenter on Instagram
Friends of the Pet Center is a non-profit organization that supports the St Johns County Pet Adoption & Holding Center and its animals in our community. See adoptable pets and find ways you can help too by visiting the Friends of the Pet Center Facebook Page
How you can Help – Many pets find their way to the Pet Center and our goal is to make their stay as comfortable and stress free as possible while we help them find their forever homes. Find out how you can help the Pet Center pets.
Whether you're looking for your lost pet or adopting a new one, we're always delighted to have animal lovers visit the Pet Center! Located at 130 N. Stratton Rd, St. Augustine (Map), we're open Tuesday – Friday: 9:00 to 4:30, and Saturday: 9:00am to 4:00pm. (904) 209-6190.
Many pets find their way to the Pet Center and our goal is to make them as comfortable and stress free as possible while we help them find their forever homes. To reach this goal, we ask that you help us help them. Call (904) 209-6190 for more info and thank you for your support!
Listed are just a few of the many organizations and programs dedicated to animal welfare. They all work within our community to make this a better world for animals. You may have a need they can assist with, or you may be able to help them help animals.
Animal rescue groups are dedicated to saving pets and encouraging adoptions. These groups take unwanted, abandoned, abused, or stray pets and attempt to find suitable homes for them. This list of rescues has both breed-specific and mixed breed organizations.
The Leash Law and Dangerous Dog Ordinance, was established with everyone's safety in mind. By keeping your pet on a leash, you protect your pet from traffic, other animals, and reactive people. Learn more about leash laws and other rules that help the community.