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Animal Services

Robinson, the renowned dog that was captured by Mission Viejo Animal Services Animal Control Officers while wearing a muzzle, found his forever home with an NFL player and his fiancé.  

Meet Flo Jo, a 2-year-old German Shepherd, Siberian Husky mix with the most beautiful and mesmerizing eyes. 

Hop over to the Mission Viejo Animal Services Center this February and adopt a lovable Guinea pig for a special price. 

The Mission Viejo Animal Services Center's Valentine’s Day Guinea pig adoption promotion takes place the month of February. Thanks to the generosity of Dedicated Animal Welfare Group (DAWG), all Guinea pig adoption fees are only $10 for approved applicants.

Since being rescued last week by Mission Viejo Animal Services Officers after roaming the streets of Rancho Santa Margarita for three days with a muzzle, Robinson, AKA Robbie, is flourishing and adjusting to being spoiled.  

This sweet young dog has been enjoying his toys and treats compliments of the community and a substantial donation of specialized dog food from Grandma Lucy’s. 

Please answer every question in order for your application to be considered.

Completing an application is not a guarantee of adoption.

A loose dog that had been muzzled and wandering the streets of Rancho Santa Margarita for three days was safely captured Wednesday by Mission Viejo Animal Services Officers. 

After receiving reports of the German Shepherd mix spotted around Robinson Ranch Road, Mission Viejo Animal Services Officers immediately began tracking the young dog and set up traps before organizing an effort with all available Animal Services Officers to locate and safely capture the dog.   

Please answer every question in order for your application to be considered.


Completing an application is not a guarantee of adoption.

Please answer every question in order for your application to be considered.


Completing an application is not a guarantee of adoption.

Please answer every question in order for your application to be considered.


Completing an application is not a guarantee of adoption.

Mission Viejo Animal Services is providing additional patrols in the area of La Paz Road and Arbolitos after a mountain lion sighting early this morning.  

While mountain lions have always roamed the wide green belts and creeks through southern Orange County, with the increase of technology and motion-sensor cameras, sightings have become much more prevalent. Mountain lions are generally extremely elusive animals and avoid contact with humans. 

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