About Project PetSafe
Santa Barbara County Animal Services is proud to operate three community animal shelters in our County. Lost, abandoned, injured, ill and abused animals get a safe clean place to sleep, meals, veterinary care, enrichment and affection. Our county is fortunate to have a small and dedicated Animal Services staff along with extraordinary groups of talented and dedicated volunteers.
In 2010, Animal Services launched
Project PetSafe, a multi-element education and outreach campaign dedicated to increasing pet owner responsibility by promoting:
• Spaying and Neutering
Did you know dog licenses are required by law? Did you know that a rabies tag is not a dog license? Many dog owners do not realize that state and local laws require all dogs over 4 months to be licensed and wearing the animal license tag. A license is more than a quick trip home for a lost dog. County Animal Services can quickly reunite a lost dog with its family when the dog is wearing a license. A dog license also makes a difference to the less fortunate animals in our community. Revenue from the sale of dog licenses helps Santa Barbara County Animal Services operate our three open door shelters.
A dog license proves that you a responsible pet owner and helps the animals at the shelters find loving homes. Show you care. License your dog. It's the law.
Thank you for visiting our Project PetSafe website.
Jan E. Glick, M.S.
Animal Services Director