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Pets in Need
2 Bradley St, Somerville, MA 02145
Pets in Need is a small, privately run volunteer animal adoption program. The mission is to save abandoned animals inMore danger of being euthanized. There is no primary shelter facility due to financial constraints; animals are housed in various foster locations. There is an office in Dracut, as well as this one in Somerville.
Somerville Animal Control Office
1 Franey Rd, Somerville, MA 02145

For any issues involving your pet or wildlife, the Animal Control Department is the place to turn. The departmentMore offers services, such as an annual rabies vaccination program for pets. But it is also a great informational resource, providing, for example, lists of approved animal shelters, low-cost spraying/neutering services and dog-friendly City parks.

Lost and found pet notices may be posted to their webpage. The department's Animal Adoption program also posts photos of pets in need of new homes. Dog bites should also be reported to Animal Control.

As for wild animals, their webpage offers tips on dealing with everything from bats to coyotes. Wildlife suspected of having rabies should also be reported to the department (do not approach a sick animal).

Report animal control problems any time, 24/7, by simply dialing "311", the City's constituent services line. The office is located in the DPW building.

Christ Episcopal Church
66 Fellsway W, Somerville, MA 02145
Priding itself on its "informal, family style" Christ Episcopal is a fresh, progressive institution. In addition to itsMore weekly Sunday mass, this "open, inclusive and affirming congregation" also hosts a few nontraditional events. This church has regular "Blessing of the Animals" services in which family pets may be blessed during mass and all donations of pet supplies go to local no-kill shelters. A Halloween party is also held each year.