Welcome to Rockdale County Animal Services

Rockdale County Animal Services promotes and protects public safety and animal care through sheltering, pet placement, education, and animal law enforcement. 

Adopt A Pet Today!

We are excited to introduce our rescue animals
currently seeking forever homes!

All Dogs/Puppies

and Cats/Kittens



(Includes: spay/neuter, rabies voucher, vaccines, microchip)


A future where our citizens and government work together so that every creature is compassionately cared for and has a safe place to call home.

Rockdale County Animal Services division educates, enforces and assists Rockdale County citizens and visitors with animal needs through a tactful, dignified, discreet, caring and protective manner. As part of the mission of RCAS, the division will strive to become a “no-kill” agency.

Health of Animals: RCAS values the welfare of the animals in our care and those in the community and will act in a caring and kind way.


Quality of Life: RCAS desires a high quality of life for Rockdale County citizens and pets and will work to create an enjoyable and positive environment for the community.


Cooperative accountability: RCAS will be accountable to each other and to Rockdale Citizens serve and will seek accountability from those that serve with us, so that we are able to reach the goals we set.


Care, Cleanliness, professionalism: We want to run an operation that is organized, clean, professional, and focused on care.


Efficiency use of tax dollars: We will analyze new ideas and programs to ensure that they align with the county’s financial goals. But we will also fight hard for additional financial resources when we believe there is a strong need.

Employment Opportunities

There are no openings at this time. If interest in working with Rockdale County please click this link for more employment opportunities.

Rabies Alerts

Due to the seriousness of rabies and because it is such a preventable disease, Georgia State law and Rockdale County’s Animal Control Ordinance require all dogs and cats to be vaccinated against rabies by a licensed veterinarian and this vaccine be kept current for the lifetime of the animal. Vaccinating your companion animals against rabies helps protect them from the disease. Also, a vaccinated domestic pet population provides a buffer zone between wildlife rabies and humans.

There are No Rabies Cases to Report at this time

For more information contact Rockdale County Animal Services at (770) 278-8403.