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Rebecca Katz announced as new OAS director - October 30, 2014

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The new director of Oakland Animal Services is Rebecca Katz, former director of Animal Care and Control of the city and county of San Francisco. Katz will oversee the transition of OAS into a standalone department in the City Administrator’s Office. “Rebecca Katz is a seasoned and capable leader with experience running a successful municipal […]

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Success Stories


Partner Spotlight: Our Pack - August 9, 2014

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Our Pack is a nonprofit rescue, education, and training organization whose mission is to promote compassion and kindness toward pit bulls and chihuahuas. This group has been a wonderful partner to OAS by educating the public through their Pit Bull 101 and Chihuahua 101 classes at the shelter and by fostering pit bulls from OAS […]

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Happy Tails


Merritt says: - October 29, 2014

My husband and I just had our 1 year anniversary of adopting our furry child Merritt ( old name was …

Caroline and Ben says: - October 23, 2014

It's been almost one month since we've adopted Jackson (formerly known as Ronald) into our home, and the little guy …

Martha Evans says: - October 15, 2014

This is Vigo - three years after I adopted him from Oakland Animal Services the day before Maddie's Adoption Day …

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Help FOAS win $50,000

Donate to Friends of Oakland Animal Services (FOAS) and help us win $50,000 as part of the Michelson Found Animals Saving Pets Challenge. Now through October 30, the organization that raises the most money online wins a $50,000 donation (and there are second and third place prizes too!) Donate today–no amount is too small.



Our Longest Residents

See a list of our longest term residents – here.



NBC’s OAS Bay Area Proud Pets

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OAS Wish List

This is our Wish List.  It is filled with items that will help improve the quality of life of the animals at the shelter.  We now have “CREW APPROVED” items that have been requested by our dog and cat crews – shelter volunteers who focus on our long-term animals or animals who are scared/shy and need extra attention. These items have been tested out by our crews and we know that the animals love them.