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Use these steps to protect your pet from being lost during your move.
• Keep a collar with an ID tag on your pet at all times with your current phone number on it.
• Microchip your pets, especially if they are good at slipping their collars. It’s important to keep your contact information up-to-date so the chip can effectively reconnect your pet to you. All animal shelters and vet clinics can scan for microchips.
• Have a current license on your dog. It is the ID given to an animal by the city and can be another way your dog can be retunred to you.
• Keep cats indoors; it’s much safer for them. Cats are domestic animals and don’t need to be outside. Give them a post to scratch, a window to perch in and plenty of toys and they will love the great indoors.

Animal Services
County of Santa Barbara Community Animal Shelters
The county maintains three animal shelters: • Santa Barbara Animal Shelter 5473 Overpass Road Goleta, CA 93117.............. 805-681-5285 • Lompoc Animal Shelter 1501 W. Central Ave Lompoc, CA 93436............805-737-7755 • Santa Maria Animal Center 548 W. Foster Road Santa Maria, CA 93455 ... 805-934-6119 Santa Maria Valley Humane Society ........................ 805-349-3435 www.smvhs.org City of Santa Barbara Animal Control........................ 805-963-1513 www.santabarbaraca.gov/gov/depts/police/ admin/animals.asp Santa Barbara Humane Society ...................... 805-964-4777 www.sbhumanesociety.org City of Carpinteria Animal Rescue and Care 805-684-5405, ext. 413/418 www.carpinteria.ca.us/communitydev/animals _rescueandcare.shtml Santa Ynez Valley Humane Society (Buellton)..................... 805-688-8224 www.syvhumane.org Sisquoc Humane Society......... 800-872-0222 www.animal-humanesociety.net/Sisquoc Californiahumanesociety
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