- Surrendering an Animal
- Lost Pet Recovery
- Found a Lost Pet?
- Spay & Neuter
- Animal Rescue & Control
- Dog Licensing
- Humane Education
- Behavior and Training
- Door to Door
How You Can Help!
Upcoming SCCAS Events & Volunteer Training
|SPECIAL EVENTS||VOLUNTEER TRAINING|
Harvest, Hops, and Hounds (hosted by C-DOG): October 1, 4:00 - 8:00 pm
Dangers in Paradise (hosted by SC CERT): October 2, 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Planning Ahead for Your Pets: October17, 6:00 - 7:30 pm
When Planning ahead, don’t forget someone very important; plan for pets too!
Every year millions of animals nationwide enter animal shelters because their owners become incapacitated or die. Or, these beloved pets can become an extra burden for friends and family who might not be able to handle the responsibility.
When creating your household disaster preparedness kit, please remember to cover your pet’s needs.
Consider helping other pets in need by leaving a legacy of love to support homeless animals in our community by donating to the Santa Cruz County Animal Shelter. Your gift will live on in the quality of their lives!
Space is limited: RSVP to email@example.com
Bark-toberfest at Sante Adairius Rustic Ales: October 22, 5:00 - 7:00 pm
Bow Wow Film Festival: November 3, 7:00 pm showing
Reiki for Pets, November 19, 3:00 pm
Watch this space for information on upcoming special training opportunities* for our regular volunteers.
Clicker Training Shelter Dogs: Sit, Down, Toy Trade, Find It
Why use a clicker and how do they work? How can clicker training benefit our shelter dogs? Get an introduction to clicker training and train shelter dogs to sit and lie down on cue. Learn and practice tips to increase adoptions.
Clicker Training Shelter Dogs Advanced
For those with clicker training experience, teach shelter dogs tricks to awe potential adopters! Get your dog star ready for his close up!
Special Topic for DOG TLC Volunteers - Kennels - The Ins & Outs with Carla Braden
Movie Night - Puppies! #1
Dog Volunteers Special Topic - Puppies! #2
For puppies older than 8 weeks who are ready to go home with their new family. We'll cover this crucial part of dog development that can significantly affect a dog for life. The do's, the don'ts, health concerns, and common questions that come with this exciting transition.
*Sign up on the sheets by the volunteer monitor or email Erin Conway to add you to the list.
If you are interested in BEGINNING volunteer orientation, click here