• 1422 East 600 North
  • Main : (801) 444-2200
  • M-F 10am to 6pm

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Appointments are required to meet our animals. Feel free to make one today!

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About Animal Care

Animal Care of Davis County is committed to promoting responsible pet ownership and compassionate animal care by fulfilling three goals: To serve and educate our community, to find homes for our homeless pets, and to support public safety.

We are a Socially Conscious Animal Welfare Organization, which means we place every single healthy and safe pet. We also address the medical and behavioral needs of all animals while they are in our care. If an animal is suffering and cannot be helped, we will provide compassionate euthanasia.

Looking for a new pet? We have many dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, rabbits, birds, and other small animals available for adoption, so take a look. Who knows... You may find your new best friend!

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Found Animals

View a list of animals found by the Animal Care of Davis County facility.

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License Your Pet

Animal Care of Davis County now offers citizens the ability to register your pets online!

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Pet Services

View the pet services that our facility provides and schedule an appointment.

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Get Involved

Do you love animals as much as we do? Find out how you can volunteer today!

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Field Services

Learn about innovative and effective approaches you can take to solve any wild animal problems you encounter in your home, yard or garden here.


The Davis County Code of Ordinances contains the laws of Davis County. Refer to Title 6 to review the Animal ordinances.

Find Us

Located in the heart of Davis County, Animal Care is easily accessible via Highway 89 and is located at 1422 E 600 N, Fruit Heights, Utah 84037.

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Helping Save Lives 

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Recent News

Fisher's Story

Read about the six week old Doodle pup that stole our hearts and overcame his hardships!

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Davis County Animal Care and Control Adopts Socially Conscious Animal Sheltering Model

Davis County Animal Care & Control is committed to providing premium service for residents and compassionate care for animals, working tirelessly to support public safety, find homes for homeless animals and educate the community about responsible pet ownership. Both the Shelter and the Animal Control Field Officers remain committed to protecting the lives of animals. Our field officers responded to over 14,000 animal related service calls in Davis County in 2018. The shelter receives and facilitates adoptions for thousands of homeless pets each year.

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Animal Lovers Give of Their Time

KAYSVILLE—Every Sunday Karen Seifert drives from her home in Tooele to Animal Care of Davis County (ACDC) to photograph cats. For the past year, she’s put in more than 147 volunteer hours. Seifert is one of 275 active volunteers who give their time to help animals in Davis County.

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