Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue remains dedicated to our mission during the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. For the safety of our volunteers, staff and the community we serve, some of our services may be impacted or temporarily discontinued. Please click below to read our full COVID-19 Precaution Plan. If you are dropping off an animal in need, please contact us before arrival and follow all signage displayed at the center.
We strive to give all animals that come in to Sonoma County Wildlife Rescue the best, most current, and most innovative care possible. To learn about our effort to rescue, rehabilitate and release sick, injured and orphaned animals native to Sonoma County click below.
We are happy to talk with you if you are in a situation with wolfdogs that is problematic. We have a USDA permit in order to legally accept high content wolfdogs and full wolves.