The Stockton Animal Shelter is the largest open-admission municipal animal shelter in the City of Stockton and San Joaquin County.
In an effort to increase our life-saving capacity at the Stockton Animal Shelter we rely on animal adoptions at the Shelter and at off-site events.
In addition, we rely on our partnerships with rescue organizations locally and throughout the nation and Canada.
Lost and Found Pets can be searched through our online shelter management system.
Licensing and Microchipping are one of two ways to ensure you are reunited with your lost pet.
Trap, Neuter & Release, or Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR), and our Barn Cat program are two ways that we are improving the quality of life for community cats and residents.
The Stockton Animal Shelter depends on volunteers to improve the quality of care and life-saving ability for the animals that come under our care.
There are many ways to support the Stockton Animal Shelter through donations.
Review Stockton Animal Services Statistics.
You can find answers to frequently asked questions regarding animal-related complaints.