National humane organizations, law enforcement agencies, disaster response agencies, and many others encourage every pet owner to develop a personal disaster plan to implement in the event of an emergency.
When choosing your family's veterinarian, use the same care and criteria that you would in selecting a physician or dentist for yourself and your family.
If a stray animal has identification (rabies tag or microchip), Peoria County Animal Protection Services notifies the owner immediately.
Pet owners can be some of the best - and worst - tenants a landlord encounters. When pet owners go looking for a new home to lease or rent, they often encounter a litany of "no pets allowed."
How to register / license your pet in Peoria County.
Spaying and neutering our animal friends is important and necessary for many reasons. More than 4,500 dogs and cats continue to arrive at PCAPS each year- most due to a lack of good homes.