Hello, Osceola County! We are happy to be launching our new website and hope you will enjoy all the great features that it offers. This site will provide a broader view of the work we do as a department and will include great rescue stories that you will love.

You can learn what our animal control officers do in the field to help animals and pet owners every day and get a glimpse into the awesome work of our veterinary team. You will also see the great work of our animal care technicians and clerical staff who do everything from providing daily care to vaccinating and medicating animals, checking lost/found pet reports, contacting owners, and so much more. They also assist all customers coming into the shelter whether you are trying to find a lost pet or looking to adopt. These are the people who will help you at the shelter.

We are here to offer great pets for adoption, engage in progressive enforcement of the animal code, offer assistance to owners who are struggling to keep their pets, diligently investigate and pursue prosecution of animal cruelty cases, encourage and assist in providing resources for low or no cost spay/neuter, work closely with our local Health department regarding rabies control, and keep you and your pets safe!

We are your community animal shelter and would love you to get involved. You can stop by for a visit, schedule a tour of the shelter and grounds, become a volunteer, adopt, or foster.  Working together, we can make a huge difference for animals and people in Osceola County!

Thank you for your continued support of Osceola County Animal Services.

 

Kim

Photo of Kim Staton, Director of Osceola County Animal Services holding small dog.
Kim Staton, Director

Osceola County Animal Services animals logo.