We provide shelter for lost, homeless, abandoned,
and abused animals, while actively seeking loving,
permanent homes. Other services include dog licensing,
dog boarding, pet grooming facilities by appointment,
animal behavior consultants, dog obedience classes,
and spay/neuter discount coupons.
Animal Control Officers respond to public concerns
about animals at large or creating a nuisance, and
investigate reports of animal neglect and cruelty.
CBJ ordinances define the perimeters of these services.
We work at local and regional levels to offer programs,
services and up-to-date information on animal care.
Through the schools and other community groups, we
seek to increase public awareness of the problems
of animal abuse and overpopulation with projects
like KIND News, a four page newspaper for
elementary school children, and the First Strike campaign
against animal cruelty and domestic violence.
We are helping to make our communities better places
for people and animals. Join us. We can’t do it alone!