Sometimes pets get lost. The best insurance you can have is a Brevard County Animal License. If you and your pet are ever separated, an Animal License is the best way to for people to contact you if they find your pet. If this should happen to you, follow these steps:
- Talk to your neighbors to see if they have seen your pet.
- Call the nearest veterinarian office to see if your pet has been taken there.
- Visit our shelters/rescue organizations page to see if your pet has been taken there.
- Call and or visit all the shelters in Brevard County. Be sure to fill out a Lost Report before leaving.
- Sometimes it may take a day or two for your pet to be found and appear at one of the shelters. Don’t give up! Each shelter has different guidelines for the length of time they will hold an animal. It is very important that you check all possibilities everyday.
- Dogs – $25.00
Includes spay/neuter, rabies shot, heart worm test over 6 months of age, initial vaccinations, first deworming, Frontline flea treatment, FREE Medical Insurance for 30 days through Trupanion and county tag.
Beginning January 7th, the South Animal Care Center will offer a one (1) hour obedience class each Saturday starting at 11:30am. The class will be open to anyone that has adopted a dog from us, as well as community members that have made an appointment to surrender a dog to our shelter.
The class will focus on basic obedience and solving minor behavior issues.
- Cats – FREE
Includes spay/neuter, rabies shot, feline leukemia, feline AIDS test for kittens over 4 months of age, initial vaccinations, first deworming, Frontline flea treatment, FREE Medical Insurance for 30 days through Trupanion and county tag.