- Animal Control
To Promote responsible pet ownership through education and enforcement of the City of San Benito Animal Control Ordinance.
Bite incident investigations take priority over all other responsibilities. Animal Control Officers are also responsible for patrolling the city on a daily basis in an effort to address animals running at large and to remove dead animal carcasses. San Benito Animal Control officers also work in conjunction with their San Benito Police Department counterparts in the detection and investigation of cruelty to animal cases. Cases of animal cruelty should be reported to the San Benito Police Department at (956) 361-3880.
Join us at the Cesar Gonzales fairgrounds on Saturday June 4, 2022 from 11 am to 1 pm where we will host in partnership with the the San Benito Animal Hospital, our annual drive-thru Rabies Vaccination Clinic. Let's keep our pets registered and feel free to take advantage of the various vaccines and services that will be offered. Please see the quick reference fee schedule below.
Rabies - $10 Parvovirus/Distemper - $20 Bordetella - $20 Flea & Tick - 1 pill - $22, 6-pack - $120 Dewormer - $7 City Registration Fee: $5 (Must have Proof Rabies vaccination for the registration) No Bills Larger than $20
Javier Coronado, Animal Services Technician
Animal Control Reporting / Dispatch
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