South Bend Animal Care and Control is a division of the Department of Code Enforcement, City of South Bend, Indiana. Our adoption facility is located at 105 S. Olive St., in the old fire station across from the Olive St. post office. Adoption and breed rescue activities are supplemented by a small group of volunteers who provide foster care for SBACC pets in their own homes. SBACC is a non-profit, municipal organization. Donations to SBACC are tax deductible and go directly towards the care of South Bend's homeless animals. Monetary donations are always appreciated, and help provide veterinary care for animals who might otherwise be unadoptable.
Our greatest wish is for every animal to be loved and properly cared for. Sadly, we often get pets who aren't at their best in a shelter environment, or have need of one-on-one human contact on a temporary basis. Approved foster homes for cats and dogs of all ages are always in short supply.