DuPage County Animal Services
DuPage County Animal Services (DCAS) is the county’s sole public animal shelter and control agency. The mission of DCAS is to protect the health, safety and welfare of people and pets throughout DuPage County.
DCAS cares for the community’s lost, homeless, stray, injured, sick, neglected and abandoned animals.
For additional information, call 630-407-2800.
- Humane shelter
- Veterinary care
- Lost and found services
- Adoption services
- Response to animal emergencies and public safety incidents involving animals for unincorporated areas of DuPage County
- Education and enforcement of the community’s responsible pet ownership laws
- Help to neighborhoods to resolve animal nuisance disputes
- Pet registration
- Assistance to local law enforcement
- Animal abuse/neglect or potentially dangerous dogs (Unincorporated DuPage County)
- Animal bites
- Rabies vaccination compliance
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Kitty Concerns: Common Behavior Issues and What to Do Webinar
We love cats, but sometimes we don’t understand them! Learn about common
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Canine Concerns Webinar
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Pet First Aid and CPR Workshop
-$100 per participant.
-Registration Link: https://forms.gle/ctX72gPmNPmoGG5S9
-Instructor will email registrants payment and location instructions. Please note, registration is not confirmed until payment is processed.
-Slots are available first come, first served.
-This course teaches first aid techniques to address the most common emergencies that can occur with small and large dogs as well as cats. This course will train you to notice abnormalities and detect early warning signs in pets. You will also learn essential pre-vet care and life saving techniques for those times when immediate action can make all the difference.
-Please bring bottled water and a bagged lunch.