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Sonoma County Animal Shelter and Rescue Resources

Does your family’s emergency plan include your animals? Catastrophic weather-related events—floods, wildfires, hurricanes, and storms—can have a devastating effect on our pets and livestock, as well as humans. Now that we're officially into California's fire season, it's important to know how to prepare and where you can shelter or locate both large and small animals in an emergency. Here's some Sonoma County resources, we hope will help. Please let us know if you have any others to share, we would love to add to our list. Important Links: County of Sonoma Animal Services Humane Society of Sonoma County Sonoma Cart CDC Pet Safety Tips Sonoma Action for Equine Rescue Lost Hearts and Souls Horse Rescue Sonoma County Horse Council Shelter Resources: 24/7 ASSISTANCE: Sonoma CART hotline (707) 861-0699 Sonoma Sheriff (707) 565-2511 Napa CART (707)-732-1555 / Sonoma Community Animal Response Team 1415 Fulton Rd, Ste 205-415, Santa Rosa, CA | Hotline: (707) 861-0699 Sonoma County Animal Services Dog / Cat / Companion Animals / 1247 Century Ct, Santa Rosa, CA 95403 | (707) 565-7103 (open 8am-5:30pm) North Bay Animal Services Dog / Cat / Companion Animals / 840 Hopper St, Petaluma, CA 94952 | (707) 762-6227 (open 9am-6pm) Sonoma County Horse Park All Horses / Donkeys / Mules / Ponies (equids) / 7600 Lakeville Hwy, Petaluma, CA 94954. Enter long driveway, turn right at Giant Steps, Left at KMC barn. Look for signs for Large Animal Evac / CART Intake. Main contact to text/call when enroute (707) 861-0699 Petaluma Fairgrounds Livestock / Goats / Sheep / Camelids 100 Fairgrounds Drive, Petaluma, CA . Enter on Payan St. Finley Center Human Shelters Allowing Dog / Cat / Companion Animals 2060 W College Ave, Santa Rosa, CA 95401 Sonoma State University Human Shelters allowing Dog / Cat / Companion Animals 1801 E Cotati Ave, Rohnert Park, CA 94928 Sonoma County Fairgrounds 1350 Bennett Valley Road, Santa Rosa, CA | (707) 545-4200 Contact information: Cliff Sanders | (707) 529-8464 How to Prepare for an Emergency: Microchip your pets whenever possible Talk to your local veterinarian about disaster planning Identify best travel routes for any scenario and always have an alternate route as a backup. Prepare property access for first responders and animal response teams. Have a Disaster Plan binder ready, including: proof of ownership, multiple emergency contacts, vet records, medical directives, photos, brand registration, microchip info, insurance contacts and proof of insurance, out of area emergency contacts. Stay plugged into your local community! Often times, locals pitch in to help in the event of an evacuation. If you have horses or livestock, good barn and field maintenance can reduce danger. ...