Keep Orlando Going: Orange County Animal Services

Update:

For the safety of our visitors, volunteers, and employees, #OCAS will be closing to the public beginning Friday, March 27.

Our clinic care and shelter team will be taking care of the remaining animals at the shelter and our enforcement team will be limited to priority calls.

We are truly grateful for such a dedicated community of adopters, fosters, volunteers, and employees who help and care for our shelter pets every day.

Stay informed of#OCASfacility operations, please visitbit.ly/OCASCOVID-19

Phone: 407-836-311

Orange County Animal Services remains dedicated to providing essential services to our community. We will now be doing so on a modified basis via appointment only, effective Tuesday, March 24.

This measure will help us limit the number of people in our facility, therefore helping to protect both our staff and visitors. Adoptions, reclaims, pickups, stray animal drop-off and relinquishments will all continue to be offered with an appointment.

If you are experiencing a fever, cough, difficulty breathing, pneumonia, have been exposed to someone confirmed to have COVID-19 or traveled outside of the country within the past month, please postpone your visit to a later time.

To schedule an appointment, please visit the portal here:https://bit.ly/3dqhbWz.

Street Address: 2769 Conroy Road, Orlando, FL 32839

Website URL: www.ocnetpets.com

BEFORE YOU GO, MAKE AN APPOINTMENT HERE

Business Description: Orange County Animal Services (OCAS) is a progressive animal-welfare focused organization that enforces the Orange County Code to protect both citizens and animals.

OCAS is the only open admission shelter in Orange County, which means that it does not turn away any animal and accepts all animals, regardless of their temperament or health. The health and well-being of the animals in the care of OCAS is of the utmost importance to Orange County and its community.

Hours of operation

Open: Monday-Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. | Sunday: 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. To ensure all end of day tasks, including animal feeding, are completed on time, Animal Services Interaction Yards shall be vacated no later than 15 minutes prior to closing.

Tebow: Former Orange County Animal Services resident.

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