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We do our best to reunite lost pets with their owners, but we do not always keep lost pets at the shelter. Because of our limited space at the shelter, lost pets that have been found are many times sheltered by the finding family until the owner can be located.If you have lost a pet, please call the Animal Shelter. If your pet has been reported to our office as having been found, we will provide the information you need to be reunited with your pet. If you think you have found or possibly one of the animals listed below may be one you are missing, please contact the shelter to get the contact information.

Pets that have been reported lost with us:

LOST PETS/ANIMALS

  • Please contact our office at 231-861-5395 to report a lost pet/animal.

FOUND PETS/ANIMALS: If you are missing your dog or cat, it is best to come into the shelter to look for your missing pet. If you can not make it into our office, please call us so we can make a lost report for you and check our list of found animals to see if someone may have found your lost pet. Sometimes people who have found a lost animal hold it at their home until the owner contacts us.

Contact Animal Control

Staff

Michael Garcia
Animal Control Officer
Mike Nielsen
Deputy Animal Control Officer

Oceana County Animal Shelter

2185 W. Baseline Road
Shelby, MI 49455
Phone: (231) 861-5395
Fax: (231) 861-0185

Hours

Monday - Friday
8:00 AM - 12:00 PM
Saturday
8:00 AM - 1:30 PM

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Board of Commissioners Meeting

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