Animal Care & Control
Animal Care and Control is the Division of the Health and Human Services Department which protects the health and welfare of Pinal County citizens by managing the county’s companion animal population, enforcing rabies prevention/intervention regulations and enforcing the provisions of the Animal Control Ordinance. We humanely house and care for stray animals, unwanted, abandoned or abused pets, and place healthy companion animals in new homes through adoption. We provide proactive and ongoing public education and information to the residents of Pinal County. Our organization adheres to professional standards in all aspects of public relations and animal management.
Kaye Dickson - Director
Kelsey Hahn - Adoption Coordinator
Address1150 S Eleven Mile Corner Rd
State or ProvinceAZ
My name is Carla and I would absolutely love to move in to your house.
You'll find out what a terrific cat I am, give me a chance to impress you with my friendly and sweet personality.
I enjoy being around people and I'm cool with other cats, too.
Come meet me at the county shelter soon.
She's a beautiful, 3-year-old, spayed, Boxer mix.
Roxie has an affectionate and energetic personality!
She loves people and gets along good with other dogs.
She really enjoys getting out for exercise and she does OK on leash, though she may need a little practice.
Roxie is patiently waiting on that special forever family and will make an excellent and loyal companion!
I'm a great fan of ear scratches and belly rubs, I also love to snuggle on the sofa.
The big game is on soon, and I'd sure love to watch it with you.
I'm a calm fellow and prefer to hang out with quiet types like myself.
Come by the shelter, ask for Almon.
Kenny is a black and white, male mixed breed dog, who is about a year old.
Kenny is a fun-loving sort of guy, with a big goofy grin and a gentle, play-loving temperament.
Kenny is reported to be good with kids and other dogs (he is unknown around cats.)
Kenny would make a great pet for an on-the-go family or an individual who enjoys the outdoors and being active.
There is something very attractive about a black and white cat, don't you think?
I mean, just look at me!
I have a stunning white jaw, white paws and the most adorable white bib and belly.
I'll be such a terrific companion, just full of love especially when you pet me and give me attention.
I get along well with other cats, too.
My name is Kachina.
Chump is a cute, approximately 3 year old male Chihuahua.
Despite having a silly name, this little guy is level-headed and all personality!
Chump gets along OK with other dogs; he's unknown around cats.
Chump would be a nice pet for a senior, an individual, or for a family with older kids (as little kids might make him a bit nervous).
He's also "RV-appropriate" in size, so Snowbirds-take note!
Fiona loves to be around people.
She'll be your friend, especially if you rub her ears and stroke her back.
She gets along well with other cats, too. Fiona is wishing to move in with you soon.
Steven is a sweet and gentle German Shepard-mix dog about 2 years old.
Steven is good with other dogs (he is unknown around cats), and would love to find a family with a couple of kids to play with!
Steven is handsome, too, with soft brown eyes that you won't be able to resist.
This is just one really nice dog!
Peaches is pretty excited about coming home to your house, all you have to do is drive over to the shelter and meet her.
She has a few years of experience being a loving and gentle cat, in fact she is an expert at being a terrific companion.
She enjoys people and also gets along well with other cats. She looks forward to meeting you, so come by soon.
Jack is 1 year old Lab-Border Collie mix.
Jack is loving and gentle, and gets along just fine with other dogs (he hasn't been assessed around cats.)
Jack enjoys long leash walks, playing Frisbee (he's still getting the hang ot it!) and being the center of your attention.
This young guy would be a great choice for a family with kids or for an individual looking for a best friend.
Not only is Jack handsome, he's a love!
Jack's adoption fee is only $65 and includes microchipping, all vaccinations and a Pinal County license, too!