DuPage County Animal Care and Control
2018 Seasonal and Internship Positions Available!
Turn an Under Dog Into a Wonder Dog: ADOPT, FOSTER, OR RESCUE!
First Dates Can Be Awkward. Get Purr-sonal!
DuPage County Animal Care & Control is a self-supporting (non taxpayer funded) county department designed to:
HANTA VIRUS ALERT: The Seoul virus (in the Hantavirus family), is making recent headlines. Persons in both Wisconsin and Illinois who had contact with infected rats have tested positive for the virus. DuPage County Animal Care & Control
is reviewing our policies as it relates to rodent intakes to ensure the safety of our staff, residents, and animals. If you own or have recently come into contact with a rat and you have concerns, we recommend you contact your physician. Learn more
about Hanta Virus at.
Vaccinate Against Rabies, It's The Law!
Each year DuPage County Animal Care and Control and the DuPage County Health Department keep track of the number of positive cases of rabies found in wildlife within the county. For the health and safety of all the people and pets of DuPage County, please
make sure all dogs and cats are current on their rabies vaccination - even if kept indoors. It's the law.
In-Kennel Enrichment Programs
DuPage County Animal Care & Control staff work together to ensure that our shelter animals are healthy, happy, and sound in the unfamiliar shelter environment until they are adopted. Through our kennel enrichment program staff and volunteers engage animals
with various activities to keep them well, both physically and mentally. Enrichment is a vital part of our successful adoption program.
Events & Important Dates:
Clear The Shelters - Saturday, August 18th
Animal Care & Control Committee
- Meets every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month at 10:30am in room 3500B - 421 N. County Farm Road, Wheaton, IL 60187
- Past Minutes, Agendas, etc... can be found on the
Meeting Portal / Animal Care & Control Committee
No events for the next 60 days.