Animal Care & Control
Your Animal Care and Control Officer
Davis County Animal Care & Control is committed to providing great service to residents and compassionate care to animals, working tirelessly to support public safety, find homes for homeless animals and educate the community about responsible pet ownership.
Looking for a pet? We have many dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, rabbits, birds and other small animals available for adoption. Who knows…You may find your new best friend!
Davis County Animal Services
1422 East 600 North, Fruit Heights, UT 84037
Monday – Friday, 9:00am – 6:00pm
Adoption Days & Events
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Davis County Animal Shelter
1422 E. 600 North
Fruit Heights, UT
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859 Hill Field
If you know someone who is thinking about getting a cat or dog, please remind them about us. We have so many amazing pets waiting to be adopted. Each pet we place means one more life we saved and makes room for one more.
Davis County Animal Care and Control employs a full time education officer whose services are in constant demand. Informative programs are offered from preschool to High school, covering topics from all about animal care and control, basic pet care and preparation tips for you and your pet in a disaster situation. Real animals are often taken along on these presentations to give students firsthand knowledge of the special needs of domestic pets.
An education officer is also available for presentations after our normal operating hours.
If you are interested in having a presentation, please contact Brigitte Draper at 801-444-2200 for further information.
Provide For Your Pet's Safety
Keep a collar, ID tags, and a current County license on your pet at all times and ensure that your pet is supervised
or safely confined when you are not at home.
Spay or neuter your pet and keep him or her current on all
necessary vaccinations, especially the rabies vaccination.