Turlock Police Department
Animal Service's purpose is to promote health and safety in the Turlock community related to animal issues and services. In 2012, Animal Services impounded 1,709 dogs and 1,671 cats. 28% of dogs and 78% of cats impounded were euthanized. 33% of dogs and 2% of cats were returned to their owners. 49% of dogs and 16% of cats were adopted/rescued from the facility. Currently, three full-time animal control officers, three part-time kennel attendant/assistant ACO's, and a part-time cashier staff the facility.
LOW COST RABIES CLINICS AT THE TURLOCK ANIMAL SHELTER
THE TURLOCK ANIMAL SHELTER WILL BE HOSTING LOW COST RABIES CLINIC ON THE
SECOND SATURDAY OF EACH MONTH 10:00-11:00 (RAIN OR SHINE)
PURCHASE YOUR DOGS LICENSE AT THE SHELTER
Additional vaccines available at low cost
HOLIDAY WEEK CLOSURE
THE SHELTER WILL BE CLOSED DECEMBER 23 THROUGH JANUARY 1. WE WILL REOPEN ON JANUARY 2,2014. HAVE A SAFE HOLIDAY SEASON.KITTEN SPECIAL
ADOPT A KITTEN FROM THE SHELTER FOR $25.00 INCLUDES SPAY/NEUTER AND MICRO CHIP ONLY. YOU WILL ALSO RECEIVE A GIFT BAG WITH LOTS OF GOODIES. GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 19, 2013.
Cat and kitten adoption for $40.00 each, which includes spay/neuter and a micro chip. We also have a few adult cats for $5.00.
located on South Berkeley was unanimously agreed upon by the City Council on 9-9-07 for the purpose of the City of Turlock's first designated dog park.
The dog park is open and rules are posted at the park.
To donate for the purpose of fencing, water fountains, benches, landscaping or general items needed for the dog park, mail your tax deductible contributions to
City of Turlock C/O Animal Services, 244 N. Broadway, Turlock, CA 95380.