Leave the animal alone and please call Merced City Animal Control at 209-385-6905.
If you or someone you know has been bitten by any animal, report it right away to the Merced City Animal Control. Important steps must be taken to ensure the animal is not sick, and also that you receive proper care if the animal is sick. Call the police department to make a report at 209-385-6905.
Please contact Merced City Animal Control at 209-385-4720 with a description. Also, contact the Merced County Animal Shelter at 209-385-7436 to check for your pet.
Contact the Merced County Animal Shelter at 209-385-7436.
You may have up to 5 dogs that are over 4 months of age. You may have up to 5 cats that are over 4 months of age. You may have up to 2 poultry, for pet use only. This means 2 chickens or 2 ducks, or one of each.
Please contact Merced City Animal Control to make a report at 209-385-4720 or 209-385-6905.
Please contact Merced City Animal Control at 209-385-4720.
Please contact Merced City Animal Control at 209-385-4720 or 209-385-6905 to make a report.
Please contact Merced City Animal Control at 209-385-4720 to make a report.
Dogs must be secured by a leash or secured in a yard at all times.
Contact any local veterinarian.
In order to get a license for your dog you will need a current rabies certificate for each dog you want to license. Take the certificate to the Central Police Station at 611 W. 22nd St. You may license the dog for up to 3 years, depending on how long the rabies vaccination is good for. Discounts apply to senior citizens and also for dogs that are spayed or neutered. Proof must be shown with a certificate from the veterinarian who performed the procedure. You can also check with your local veterinarian, you may be able to obtain a license from them.
Cats do not need a license.