As with any small town or big city across the globe, stray dogs and cats are part of the fabric of life in Sayulita. But make no mistake, life on the streets of Sayulita is not easy… for cats and dogs, the dangers include infestation with internal and external parasites, starvation, physical abuse, and the all-too-frequent run-ins with motorcycles, cars and trucks that can injure and kill. And while dogs and cats generally have very strong immune systems and wonderful coping mechanisms, the extreme circumstances that they deal with, demands that we assist those who cannot cope, or are too old or injured to help themselves.
If you find an animal in need, please take it to a local Vet. A list of local Vets can be found here.
SayulitAnimals is on your side. Unfortunately, SayulitAnimals does NOT have a Vet on premises, and is not able to provide overnight care. We are not a shelter. Sometimes, finding foster care for an injured animal until it recovers can be the most difficult step. If you would like to be on our Emergency Aid Foster list, please Contact Us.
It is now legal in Mexico to report Animal Cruelty! You will need the following information to report:
Take this information to:
El Grupo de Atención, Control y Vigilancia Animal
Officer Manuel González Pino
Centro Empresarial Nuevo Vallarta
Avenida Cocoteros #55
2nd floor - Office #2212
Hours of Operation: 9:00am - 5:00pm