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Napa County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center

Napa County Animal Shelter and Adoption Center We are a municipal animal shelter with an average annual intake of 2,300 animals. We serve the City of Napa, American Canyon, Town of Yountville and Napa County Unincorporated.

We offer adoptions, licensing, spay/neuter vouchers, cat trap rentals etc.

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Thank you so much for joining the Napa County Animal Shelter as we shared important information for National Animal Pois...
03/26/2022

Thank you so much for joining the Napa County Animal Shelter as we shared important information for National Animal Poison Prevention week. We hope some of these tips and recommendations help keep your pets safe and healthy.

Even when you do your best to protect your pets, unfortunately they are curious creatures and can easily ingest somethin...
03/25/2022

Even when you do your best to protect your pets, unfortunately they are curious creatures and can easily ingest something that could be toxic or deadly. Since it's National Animal Poison Prevention week, check your own home to see if you have any of these common household chemicals. If you do, now's the time to make sure they are properly sealed, out of reach of any of your pets, and safely stored so if any accidental spillage occurred, your pet would not be endangered.

- Insecticides
- Pesticides
- Garden Herbicides
- Antifreeze
- Fertilizer
- Rat Poison

It's National Animal Poison Prevention week! Join the Napa County Animal Shelter as we share common household items that can be toxic to your furry family members...keep checking back this week for more info.

Many pet owners forget that some plants can be dangerous and even toxic to their furry friends. Here's a few to be aware...
03/24/2022

Many pet owners forget that some plants can be dangerous and even toxic to their furry friends. Here's a few to be aware of:

Lilies: Most varieties of this plant are toxic to both dogs and cats.

Sago Palm: Can lead to liver failure in your pets if ingested.

Oleander: A super toxic plant that can cause heart and liver failure in your pets.

It's not just outdoor plants. There are indoor plants that can also be just as dangerous. Concerned about which plants are ok for your pets? Check out this great resource from the ASPCA.

https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants

While a majority of household cleaning products are not toxic to pets, some can be dangerous and even deadly if ingested...
03/23/2022

While a majority of household cleaning products are not toxic to pets, some can be dangerous and even deadly if ingested, especially in higher doses. Most taste terrible enough to deter pets, but some can still be attractive to pets, like cleaning pods.

Dishwasher pods and laundry pods are small enough for pets to easily digest. These can cause severe harm including difficulty breathing, coughing and vomiting. Make sure all cleaning pods are properly stored and kept away from pets.

It's also a good time to check and make sure things like bleach, disinfectants, and other cleaning supplies are tightly closed to avoid any accidental spills that a pet can easily ingest.

It's National Animal Poison Prevention week! Join the Napa County Animal Shelter as we share common household items that can be toxic to your furry family members...keep checking back this week for more info.

Here are some more toxic foods that you should remember to always keep away from your pets:Macadamia Nuts: These nuts ca...
03/23/2022

Here are some more toxic foods that you should remember to always keep away from your pets:

Macadamia Nuts: These nuts can be fatal to dogs, especially if mixed with chocolate.

Fruit Pits: A lot of them contain cyanide including cherry and apricot pits so make sure they're not fed to your dogs or lingering in the backyard.

Garlic: They contain a toxin that can destroy your dog's red blood cells. Don't feed your pets garlic or onions.

Alcohol: Can cause the same effects on dogs as humans but can do more damage, especially to smaller dogs.

It's National Animal Poison Prevention week! Join the Napa County Animal Shelter as we share common household items that can be toxic to your furry family members...keep checking back this week for more info.

While most foods are okay for pets, some are highly toxic and should never be fed to your pets. Here are some of the lea...
03/21/2022

While most foods are okay for pets, some are highly toxic and should never be fed to your pets. Here are some of the leading toxic foods to look out for:

Avocados: The peel, pit, and middle of avocados are all toxic.

Chocolate: The toxins in chocolate can be very poisonous for our furry friends.

Tomatoes: Both the stem and the actual tomato are toxic for our pets.

Grapes: Highly poisonous to dogs and that also includes raisins.

It's National Animal Poison Prevention week! Join the Napa County Animal Shelter as we share common household items that can be toxic to your furry family members...check back tomorrow for more info.

It's National Animal Poison Prevention week! Join the Napa County Animal Shelter as we share common household items that...
03/20/2022

It's National Animal Poison Prevention week! Join the Napa County Animal Shelter as we share common household items that can be toxic to your furry family members...check back tomorrow for more info.

Have you ever seen a rooster as handsome as me? My name is Mister Rooster and I'm a super easy-going guy available for a...
03/18/2022

Have you ever seen a rooster as handsome as me? My name is Mister Rooster and I'm a super easy-going guy available for adoption here at the shelter. I'm fairly quiet, don't mind being handled, and have some gorgeous long tail-feathers with an emerald glow. In case you didn't know, roosters are known for protecting the flock from danger, fertilizing eggs for hatching, helping the hens find food, and maintaining a healthy pecking order. I can also act as your own personal alarm clock and security system by letting you know when danger is nearby. Remember, roosters can't be owned in city limits so I'm looking for someone who can adopt me outside of the city. Give the shelter a call at (707) 253-4382 if you're interested in adopting me, the coolest Mister you'll ever meet!

WE'RE HIRING! Do you love animals and want to make a difference in the community? The Napa County Animal Shelter is curr...
03/14/2022

WE'RE HIRING! Do you love animals and want to make a difference in the community? The Napa County Animal Shelter is currently hiring both full-time and part-time positions. So whether you want to make this your career or help in your spare time, the shelter is looking for people who care about helping Napa County's animals. Applications are due by March 22nd so click the link below to apply today...

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/napacounty/jobs/3448742/animal-attendant-animal-shelter?keywords=Animal&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

My name is Trixie and I'm currently looking for an adopter who is ready to treat me like an absolute Queen. I like the f...
03/09/2022

My name is Trixie and I'm currently looking for an adopter who is ready to treat me like an absolute Queen. I like the finer things in life, but hey, who doesn't? I need a comfy cat bed to take my long afternoon naps and a special wet food mix to keep me happy. I'm looking for a great human who will respect my personal space but then give me attention when I want it. I may seem demanding but I can promise you, I'm SOOO worth it. Give the shelter a call at (707) 253-4382 to come on down and meet me...true cat royalty.

Hi, I’m Luca. Okay, full disclosure, I’m a hot mess in the kennel where I like to jump, bark and just act generally agit...
02/25/2022

Hi, I’m Luca. Okay, full disclosure, I’m a hot mess in the kennel where I like to jump, bark and just act generally agitated. But when I get out of the kennel, I'm a different dog! I'm really good at following my humans, listening to commands, and playing fetch. My favorite shelter volunteer says that my new owner will be bragging about how intelligent I am. On a side note, I'm definitely an active dog so lots of exercise keeps me calm and happy. If you have a little bit of patience, I promise I'll reward you with total loyalty and lots of love. I've been here since September and would love to find my forever home, just call (707) 253-4382 to meet me today!

Today is World Spay Day! Did you know that an easy way to help keep animals out of shelters is by getting your pets spay...
02/22/2022

Today is World Spay Day! Did you know that an easy way to help keep animals out of shelters is by getting your pets spayed and neutered? Getting your pets fixed prevents accidental litters and helps reduce the number of pets without a home.

In the U.S. every year there are an estimated 6-8 million homeless shelter animals entering animal shelters. By spaying or neutering your pets you are helping at the root of the problem.
As an added benefit, it also highly reduces or eliminates the chances of your pet developing mammary cancer or testicular cancer.

If you need to get your pet spayed or neutered, Napa Humane offers reduced cost options. You can check it out here...
https://napahumane.org/

Celebrate "National Love Your Pet Day" today! Studies have shown that pets lessen stress, ease anxiety and even help cur...
02/20/2022

Celebrate "National Love Your Pet Day" today! Studies have shown that pets lessen stress, ease anxiety and even help cure loneliness. So show your pet some appreciation for all that they do and shower them with extra love today (hugs, belly rubs, or treats accepted). And if you don't have your own pet to love, consider adopting one from the shelter today!

Hurry, today is the last day of our special on adoption fees! Today only, we're offering 50% off the adoption fee for al...
02/13/2022

Hurry, today is the last day of our special on adoption fees! Today only, we're offering 50% off the adoption fee for all of our adoptable animals. Some call it puppy love, but we call it fur-ever. Give a pet their forever home today!

IT'S HERE! For a limited time, we're offering 50% off the adoption fee for all of our adoptable animals but only on the ...
02/11/2022

IT'S HERE! For a limited time, we're offering 50% off the adoption fee for all of our adoptable animals but only on the select dates of February 11th, 12th, and 13th. Want to make a fur-ever love connection? Give a pet their forever home!

Come on down to the shelter TOMORROW to find the perfect pet for you. For a limited time, we're offering 50% off the ado...
02/10/2022

Come on down to the shelter TOMORROW to find the perfect pet for you. For a limited time, we're offering 50% off the adoption fee for all of our adoptable animals but only on the select dates of February 11th, 12th, and 13th. Want to make a fur-ever love connection? Give a pet their forever home!

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942 Hartle Ave
Napa, CA
94559

Opening Hours

Tuesday 10am - 4:45pm
Wednesday 10am - 4:45pm
Thursday 10am - 4:45pm
Friday 10am - 4:45pm
Saturday 10am - 4:45pm
Sunday 10am - 4:45pm

Telephone

(707) 253-4382

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Volunteer Program, Adoptions, Foster Program, Licensing, Cat Trap Rentals, Spay/Neuter Vouchers, Microchipping Services, Lost and Found Pets

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We are an open admissions municipal animal shelter with an average annual intake of 2,500 animals. We serve the City of Napa, American Canyon, Town of Yountville and Napa County Unincorporated. We offer adoptions, licensing, spay/neuter vouchers, micro-chipping, cat trap rentals and much more!

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Thank you so much for joining the Napa County Animal Shelter as we shared important information for National Animal Poison Prevention week. We hope some of these tips and recommendations help keep your pets safe and healthy.
Even when you do your best to protect your pets, unfortunately they are curious creatures and can easily ingest something that could be toxic or deadly. Since it's National Animal Poison Prevention week, check your own home to see if you have any of these common household chemicals. If you do, now's the time to make sure they are properly sealed, out of reach of any of your pets, and safely stored so if any accidental spillage occurred, your pet would not be endangered. - Insecticides - Pesticides - Garden Herbicides - Antifreeze - Fertilizer - Rat Poison It's National Animal Poison Prevention week! Join the Napa County Animal Shelter as we share common household items that can be toxic to your furry family members...keep checking back this week for more info.
Many pet owners forget that some plants can be dangerous and even toxic to their furry friends. Here's a few to be aware of: Lilies: Most varieties of this plant are toxic to both dogs and cats. Sago Palm: Can lead to liver failure in your pets if ingested. Oleander: A super toxic plant that can cause heart and liver failure in your pets. It's not just outdoor plants. There are indoor plants that can also be just as dangerous. Concerned about which plants are ok for your pets? Check out this great resource from the ASPCA. https://www.aspca.org/pet-care/animal-poison-control/toxic-and-non-toxic-plants
While a majority of household cleaning products are not toxic to pets, some can be dangerous and even deadly if ingested, especially in higher doses. Most taste terrible enough to deter pets, but some can still be attractive to pets, like cleaning pods. Dishwasher pods and laundry pods are small enough for pets to easily digest. These can cause severe harm including difficulty breathing, coughing and vomiting. Make sure all cleaning pods are properly stored and kept away from pets. It's also a good time to check and make sure things like bleach, disinfectants, and other cleaning supplies are tightly closed to avoid any accidental spills that a pet can easily ingest. It's National Animal Poison Prevention week! Join the Napa County Animal Shelter as we share common household items that can be toxic to your furry family members...keep checking back this week for more info.
Here are some more toxic foods that you should remember to always keep away from your pets: Macadamia Nuts: These nuts can be fatal to dogs, especially if mixed with chocolate. Fruit Pits: A lot of them contain cyanide including cherry and apricot pits so make sure they're not fed to your dogs or lingering in the backyard. Garlic: They contain a toxin that can destroy your dog's red blood cells. Don't feed your pets garlic or onions. Alcohol: Can cause the same effects on dogs as humans but can do more damage, especially to smaller dogs. It's National Animal Poison Prevention week! Join the Napa County Animal Shelter as we share common household items that can be toxic to your furry family members...keep checking back this week for more info.
While most foods are okay for pets, some are highly toxic and should never be fed to your pets. Here are some of the leading toxic foods to look out for: Avocados: The peel, pit, and middle of avocados are all toxic. Chocolate: The toxins in chocolate can be very poisonous for our furry friends. Tomatoes: Both the stem and the actual tomato are toxic for our pets. Grapes: Highly poisonous to dogs and that also includes raisins. It's National Animal Poison Prevention week! Join the Napa County Animal Shelter as we share common household items that can be toxic to your furry family members...check back tomorrow for more info.
It's National Animal Poison Prevention week! Join the Napa County Animal Shelter as we share common household items that can be toxic to your furry family members...check back tomorrow for more info.
Have you ever seen a rooster as handsome as me? My name is Mister Rooster and I'm a super easy-going guy available for adoption here at the shelter. I'm fairly quiet, don't mind being handled, and have some gorgeous long tail-feathers with an emerald glow. In case you didn't know, roosters are known for protecting the flock from danger, fertilizing eggs for hatching, helping the hens find food, and maintaining a healthy pecking order. I can also act as your own personal alarm clock and security system by letting you know when danger is nearby. Remember, roosters can't be owned in city limits so I'm looking for someone who can adopt me outside of the city. Give the shelter a call at (707) 253-4382 if you're interested in adopting me, the coolest Mister you'll ever meet!
WE'RE HIRING! Do you love animals and want to make a difference in the community? The Napa County Animal Shelter is currently hiring both full-time and part-time positions. So whether you want to make this your career or help in your spare time, the shelter is looking for people who care about helping Napa County's animals. Applications are due by March 22nd so click the link below to apply today... https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/napacounty/jobs/3448742/animal-attendant-animal-shelter?keywords=Animal&pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs
My name is Trixie and I'm currently looking for an adopter who is ready to treat me like an absolute Queen. I like the finer things in life, but hey, who doesn't? I need a comfy cat bed to take my long afternoon naps and a special wet food mix to keep me happy. I'm looking for a great human who will respect my personal space but then give me attention when I want it. I may seem demanding but I can promise you, I'm SOOO worth it. Give the shelter a call at (707) 253-4382 to come on down and meet me...true cat royalty.
Hi, I’m Luca. Okay, full disclosure, I’m a hot mess in the kennel where I like to jump, bark and just act generally agitated. But when I get out of the kennel, I'm a different dog! I'm really good at following my humans, listening to commands, and playing fetch. My favorite shelter volunteer says that my new owner will be bragging about how intelligent I am. On a side note, I'm definitely an active dog so lots of exercise keeps me calm and happy. If you have a little bit of patience, I promise I'll reward you with total loyalty and lots of love. I've been here since September and would love to find my forever home, just call (707) 253-4382 to meet me today!
Today is World Spay Day! Did you know that an easy way to help keep animals out of shelters is by getting your pets spayed and neutered? Getting your pets fixed prevents accidental litters and helps reduce the number of pets without a home. In the U.S. every year there are an estimated 6-8 million homeless shelter animals entering animal shelters. By spaying or neutering your pets you are helping at the root of the problem. As an added benefit, it also highly reduces or eliminates the chances of your pet developing mammary cancer or testicular cancer. If you need to get your pet spayed or neutered, Napa Humane offers reduced cost options. You can check it out here... https://napahumane.org/