Animals and pets
Clark County Animal Protection and Control will limit services to the public until further notice, effective March 18, 2020. This is part of a continued effort to respond to COVID-19, and to support and reinforce social distancing recommendations from local health authorities.
Emergency field services, emergency owner surrenders, response to high priority calls and call center services will still be available. High priority calls include injured and sick stray animals, cruelty and neglect reports, bite complaints and vicious dog complaints.
If you find a stray dog, please attempt to reunite them with their families before bringing them to your local animal control agency. If they have tags, call the owner immediately. Other great tools are Facebook, Nextdoor and Craigslist.
Monday through Sunday
8:30 am - 4:30 pm
After-hours and county holidays, call 911
Due to limited staffing on weekends you may need to leave a message. A officer will return your call promptly.
Protect your pets during firework season
Independence Day celebrations are a lot of fun for people, but they can be stressful for pets. Check out these tips from the Humane Society of the United States on protecting your pets on July 4th.
Domestic animals enrich the lives of many county residents. However, if not cared for properly, these animals also can be disruptive to a neighborhood. Animal Protection and Control can help resolve animal control problems such as stray or vicious animals, noise complaints and reports of animal cruelty.
The best way to reach us is by phone Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm.
- Concerns - 564.397.2488
- Licensing - 564.397.2489
- If you need to update your pet license account, or no longer own your dog or cat, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Include your name, address, phone number, pet name, description of needed change, and OID number or pet license number, if known.
- Lost and found pets
If you have an emergency or need to report an animal problem outside of business hours, call 911.
- None scheduled
Pet Disaster Relief
Hay donations for horses in need
View this video for information about the hay donation program. Contact Lori Harris at 360.798.3515 to donate or if you are in need of hay.
Our territory covers more than 600 square miles, from Woodland to Washougal. We serve the entire unincorporated county area as well as Vancouver. If you need services within city limits, please call the appropriate jurisdiction.
- Battle Ground - 360.342.5100
- Camas/Washougal - 360.335.0432
- La Center - 360.263.2745
- Ridgefield - 360.887.3556
- Yacolt - 360.686.3922
|Public Service Center
1300 Franklin Street, third floor
Vancouver WA 98660
Monday through Friday