The St. Charles County Division of Humane Services and Pet Adoption Center are limiting visitation with animals during the COVID-19 pandemic. Those interested in adoptions/fostering, in locating lost pets, or other services should complete any applications and make an appointment prior to visiting the facility. Please review our available pet photos and photos of recently found pets on our website and make an appointment to visit our facility by calling 636-949-7387. Browsing of animals inside the Pet Adoption Center is not permitted at this time.
Visitors to County buildings are required to review a health screening checklist before entering and are encouraged to wear face coverings. Those with COVID-19 symptoms and/or known exposure to someone diagnosed with COVID-19 within the past 14 days should remain at home. The public is strongly encouraged to continue accessing County Government services by phone, email and online when available.
The Division of Humane Services promotes the health, safety and welfare of animals and people in St. Charles County. The division operates the Pet Adoption Center, which offers dogs, cats and other animals of all ages, sizes and colors for adoption into loving homes. To ensure proper treatment of animals and to protect St. Charles County residents, the division is responsible for enforcing the St. Charles County Animal Control Ordinance. In addition, staff works to reunite missing pets with their owners and offers assistance to those seeking help in raising their pets.
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