COVID-19 cases lead to 2-week closure of Chula Vista animal care facility
CHULA VISTA, Calif .– The Chula Vista animal shelter remains closed this week after cases of COVID-19 at the facility.
The city of Chula Vista said the animal care facility on Beyer Way will be closed until August 18 after the initial closure on August 4. Shelter staff did not disclose the number of confirmed cases at the facility.
During the closure, animal control officers will still answer calls from the community and staff will be at the shelter daily to take care of the animals. They now offer online services for the reception, adoption and tracing of lost animals.
Anyone who finds a stray dog is welcome to make an appointment to drop the animal off and if anyone is missing their pet, they can search the CVACF website to see if they are at the shelter. Pet owners are requested to email proof of ownership, including the dog’s license number, microchip number, or photos with the pet, to [email protected] Once the proof has been verified, the shelter will contact the owner and make an appointment to collect the animal.
If someone wants to adopt a pet that is at the shelter, they must complete an online adoption application. A staff member will review the request and follow up with the potential adopter by phone or email.
All other services, including rabies vaccination, microchip clinics, spay / neuter clinics, and purchase of dog licenses, are suspended during closure.
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