How Do I…

  1. Adoption Fees

    Find out how much it costs to adopt various types and ages of animals from SCRAPS.

  2. Donate to SCRAPS

    Visit the SCRAPS Hope Foundation website to donate to the department.

  3. File a Complaint

    Use this form to report recent incidents regarding animals.

  4. How to Redeem Your Pet

    Find out how to redeem your pet by paying a fee.

  5. Impound Page

    Animals listed are currently impounded at the shelter. Many are lost pets. If you think that your pet is listed, please note the Impound Number and contact SCRAPS.

  6. Online Donation Form

    Visit the SCRAPS Hope Foundation website to donate to the SCRAPS department.

  7. Pet Licensing

    Use our online system to license your pet.

  8. Purchase / Renew a License

    Find fees, requirements and where to get a pet license in the county.

  9. Receive a Spay / Neuter Voucher

    Find out how to receive a spay/neuter voucher from SCRAPS.

  10. Records Request (PDF)

    Use our form to request a record from the SCRAPS department.

  11. Redeem My Pet

    Find out how to redeem your pet by paying a fee.

  12. Rent a Cat Trap

    Find out how to rent a cat trap for feral cats.

  13. Report a Deceased Pet

    Use this form to be taken out of our license renewal system.

  14. Report a Found Pet

    Use this form to report a pet that has been found.

  15. Report a Lost Pet

    Use the Lost and Found Form to submit information about a lost pet or a pet your have found.

  16. Report a Problem

    Find helpful pages that let you know how to report a nonemergency problem, one that is an emergency and view pet laws.

  17. View Adoptable Animals

    Find out how to adopt a pet from SCRAPS and what animals are available for adoption.

  18. View Impounded Animals

    Animals listed are currently impounded at the shelter. Many are lost pets. If you think that your pet is listed, please note the Impound Number and contact SCRAPS.

  19. Volunteer at SCRAPS

    Our volunteer program supports every aspect of our work from walking dogs and socializing cats to educational outreach and special events.