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Reno pet and pet care resources. Learn about pet care services for dogs, cats, and other pets in the Reno, Nevada region, including the Nevada Humane Society and Washoe County Animal Services.

Nevada Humane Society (NHS)
The Nevada Humane Society (NHS) in Reno is a non-profit organization supported by both monetary donations and volunteers. NHS operates a no-kill animal shelter providing adoption services, low-cost spay and neuter clinics, and care for homeless animals.

Dog Licensing in Reno
Dog licenses are required if you live in Reno, Sparks, or congested areas of Washoe County. Dog licensing is administered by Washoe County Regional Animal Services in Reno. Cats do not need to be licensed.

Pet Care Products for Dogs
Reno dog and cat pet owners can shop online for products, toys, and accessories to help with pet care. Enhance your enjoyment of your pet with the right pet products, toys and accessories.

Pet Care Products for Cats

Reno dog and cat pet owners can shop online for products, toys, and accessories to help with pet care. Enhance your enjoyment of your pet with the right pet products, toys and accessories.

Lost and Found Pets in Reno
Help finding your lost dog or cat is available from Washoe County Regional Animal Services. If you find a lost pet, you can also get assistance with reuniting the lost pet with its owner.

Where I Like to Walk My Dog
There are lots of places for dog walking in the Reno / Tahoe area. Some people like going to the local dog parks and others prefer places where they can walk or jog with their canine pal. Tell us about your favorite dog walking place.

Microchip Your Pet in Reno
Microchipping your pet dog or cat helps identify lost pets and return them safely to their owners. Get your pet microchipped at Washoe County Regional Animal Services in Reno, Nevada, NV.

Washoe County Regional Animal Services Center
Washoe County, Reno, Sparks, and Incline Village domestic animal services are consolidated at this regional center. Get dog licenses here.

SPCA of Northern Nevada
The SPCA operates Reno's "no kill" animal shelter and helps find homes for many dogs and cats every year. This community organization also operates the SPCA of Northern Nevada "No-Kill" Shelter Thrift Store near downtown Reno.

City of Reno Dog Parks
Reno has two dog parks with fenced areas designated for off-leash dogs. Be sure to read and abide by the rules and regulations.

Sparks Marina Dog Park
The Sparks Marina Park features a 77 acre lake offering plenty of family fun, including a dog park.

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