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Volunteer In Parks (VIP)

The Coral Gables Youth Center is always looking for dedicated and energetic staff to assist with many different events and programs within the City. Need volunteer hours for school? Want to coach your child’s sports team? Are you looking for ways to help out the community? This is the program for you! Events and programs are ongoing. Sign up today! This program is FREE. (Must be at least a Junior in High School).

Days and times will be scheduled per event or program. For additional information please call the Youth Center at 305-460-5600.

Find / Report a Lost Pet

The City of Coral Gables does not provide animal care services. Miami-Dade County Animal Services is the agency charged with the responsibility of enforcing Chapter 5 of the Code of Miami-Dade County, as well as Florida Statute 828, which deals primarily with animal cruelty issues.

If you’ve lost your pet in Coral Gables, it is recommended that you search websites such as:

You may place “lost pet” announcements in Miami Herald classified ads or bulletin boards such as those found in supermarkets or community centers, if given permission. Please check all animal shelters first to see if your pet was picked up by Animal Services.

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Pet Adoption 

The Humane Society of Greater Miami is an adoption facility dedicated to placing every dog and cat in its care into a loving home.

Miami-Dade County Animal Services also has an Adopt-a-Pet program. You can view adoptable pets by visiting county animal shelters. 

Pet Licensing & Vaccination

All dogs, cats, and ferrets that are four months of age or older are required to be vaccinated by a licensed veterinarian against rabies. They also need to be revaccinated 12 months after the initial vaccination.

You can also microchip your pet which will give your pet the voice they don’t have. Microchips are tiny capsules that are inserted under your pet’s skin which contain a unique identification number that links you and your pet.

For additional information on how to obtain a license tag, vaccinations or microchips for your pet

Spay & Neuter Services

For Dogs  : Miami-Dade County Animal Services offers donor-subsidized ($40 owner co-pay) spay/neuter services for dogs under 50 lbs, every Tuesday and Wednesday, on the Mobile Unit stationed at the Animal Services shelter located at 7401 NW 74th Street . Proof of current rabies vaccination for dogs over 4 months of age is required. 

For Cats  : Miami-Dade County Animal Services offers donor-subsidized spay/neuter services for cats every Thursday and Friday at the shelter located at 7401 NW 74th Street . This service is $15 and is available to Miami-Dade residents only.

Spay/neuter services are also provided by the Humane Society of Greater Miami at its facilities. For more information, contact 305-696-0800.

The Cat Network also provides low-cost spay/neuter services through its convenient “Miami Meow Mobile.” For more information, contact 305-233-9958.

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