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The Hard Luck Hounds of OAS - January 7, 2015

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In an effort to get some of the shelter’s longest term canine residents adopted, Oakland Animal Services has launched the Hard Luck Hounds Campaign, focused on the 12 dogs who have been at the shelter longer than two months. View photos and bios of those 12 dogs here. (You can see all adoptable shelter pets […]

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Success Stories


New Beginnings at Oakland Animal Services -

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It’s never a dull day at Oakland Animal Services (OAS), and 2014 was a year of transition and growth.  With a new Advisory Committee, a new shelter Director, and a new mayor for the City of Oakland, 2015 promises to bring a tide of positive change. For years, OAS has been run under the supervision […]

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Happy Tails


Steve Farlow & Linda Corell says: - January 3, 2015

Fred Friendly is now 1 1/2 and has been with us since he was a tot. Unfortunately, Fred receives …

Randi says: - January 3, 2015

Happy New Year OAS! Love, Louie aka Spud

Heather says: - December 19, 2014

Dakota (formerly Fred) adopted me on July 6, 2014 a few months after my 15 yr old Roxie transitioned to …

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OAS Vision

Download OAS Director Rebecca Katz’s roadmap for the shelter: OAS Plans and Vision



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Our 2015 calendar is full of heartwarming stories and beautiful photos, and all proceeds help shelter animals. Order your 2015 calendar for a $20 donation (or 3 for $50).



Our Longest Residents

See a list of our longest term residents – here.



NBC’s OAS Bay Area Proud Pets

Check out the website here.



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.