We have chosen Kuranda dog beds for our kennel facilities because they are so good for our dogs. We still don't have enough for all of our kennels. If you would like to donate a bed so another dog can sleep in proper comfort, please click here.
How You Can Help
Would you like to make a donation to help the Oakdale Animal Shelter with vaccination supplies for cats & dogs, or contribute to pay for veterinary expenses for special needs pets? Oakdale Shelter Pet Alliance is a grass roots non-profit fund dedicated to saving and improving the lives of homeless animals at the Oakdale Animal Shelter.
Donate by Mail Send donations Oakdale Shelter Pet Alliance (OSPA), P O Box 1965, Oakdale, CA 95361. For more information about Oakdale Shelter Pet Alliance go to
Oakdale Shelter Pet Alliance Donate Your Recycles--Cash for the Canines and Kitties-- Take your aluminum cans, and CA redemption plastic and glass bottles to the Oakdale Recycle Center, 1477 S. Yosemite Av., Oakdale. Tell the staff you would like to donate to the Oakdale Animal Shelter. Proceeds from donated recycles go directly to help the homeless animals at the Oakdale Animal Shelter.
Who We Are
Oakdale Animal Shelter is a division of the City of Oakdale Police Department in Oakdale, California. We enforce all laws relating to animals within the city limits of Oakdale and Riverbank. We make every attempt to return a lost animal to his/her home. Give us a call if you have lost a pet. We maintain a list of lost pets and can check it if an animal comes to the shelter. If you would like more details about adoption procedures, surrendering an animal, or checking on a lost animal, contact the Oakdale Shelter office at 209-847-5625 or email
If you would like more details about animals listed on our Petfinder site, please email Cassi Sparks at firstname.lastname@example.org>.
Adopting a friend
Consider your new companion carefully. The average dog or cat has a life expectancy of up to 15 years or more. Bringing a pet into your home is a longtime committment. Many animals do not appear at their best due to the stress of living in the shelter, but will become fine companions with a little TLC. They may need some grooming and a period of adjustment before becoming the best friend you are looking for.
Be prepared to help your new family member learn your house rules and become secure with housebreaking. Caution: Puppies while cute and adorable, may grow into larger-than-expected, energetic pets that become unruly or destructive if not given the proper training and attention. You might consider an adult who is already past the "chewing the slippers" stage. Plan on investing some time to give your new pet the care and attention they need to become good canine/feline citizens.
All pets must be spayed or neutered before going to their new home. Dog adoption cost is $95.00 for male dogs, and $125.00 for female dogs. Adoption cost includes cost of spay/neuter and rabies vaccination, and microchip.. Cat adoption cost is $55.00 for male cats, and $65.00 for female cats. Adoption cost includes cost of spay/neuter, testing for Leukemia/FIV, first FRCP vaccination, and microchip.
Come Visit Us!
Directions--From Highway 120, take River Road heading West. Turn left on Liberini Road.
Kennel building is at the bottom of the hilll on the left.
Shelter office is directly across the street.
Hours: Monday - Friday 9:OOAM to 1:30PM
Saturday 10:00AM to 2:00PM
City of Oakdale Animal Shelter 9800 Liberini Avenue