The City of Buena Park contracts animal control services with SEAACA - South East Area Animal Control Agency. Services provided by SEAACA are animal control, pet licensing, adopt a pet programs, veterinary services, Low-cost vaccinations, de-worming, flea treatment and microchip IDs.
9777 Seaaca Street
Downey, CA 90241
Fax: (562) 803-3676
* Except for pet licensing, please call 562.803.3301 ext.239
SEAACA receives many calls regarding wildlife sightings and wildlife in traps. SEAACA can respond to calls for wildlife that are sick, injured, deceased or has had physical contact with a human or domestic animal. After consultation with the State of California Department of Fish and Game, SEAACA is not authorized to relocate healthy wildlife.
Download the SEAACA Wildlife Information Sheet here for tips to discourage wildlife activity, what to do if you have nuisance wildlife, and more.
Number of Dogs and Cats
Each residential property can have no more than a total of three dogs and three cats over the age of six months.
For the safety of your dog and others around you, please make sure that whenever your dog leaves its licensed premises, it is on a leash and under control of a person competent to restrain the dog.
Whether walking your dog or maintaining your animal's licensed premises, it is important to immediately dispose of animal waste so that odors and the excessive breeding of flies do not interfere with the comfort of nearby residents and the animals.
When a dog excessively barks, howls or yelps, it creates a great discomfort to the peace and quiet of those residing in a neighborhood. Please attend to your dogs' needs that will minimize the excessive barking, howling or yelping.
The Orange County Vector Control District (OCVCD) is one of over 100 agencies statewide specifically dedicated to protecting public health by controlling rats, flies, mosquitoes, fire ants and other vector related problems.