Is PCACC a No-Kill Shelter?

Yes. To be considered no-kill, a shelter must have a live release rate of at least 90%. Pinal County Animal Control and Care (PCACC) has had over a 90% LRR since 2018. Our most recent LRR was 97.4%. PCACC only humanely euthanizes extremely ill or extremely aggressive animals.

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1. Why do I have to license my dog?
2. What happens if my dog or cat bites someone?
3. I have a problem with stray or feral cats. What can I do?
4. If I find a stray, what should I do?
5. What are your fees?
6. How do I get a license?
7. Why do animals adopted from PCACC need to be spayed or neutered?
8. How do I become a volunteer?
9. How do I become a foster?
10. Is PCACC a No-Kill Shelter?
11. How old do you have to be to adopt?
12. Can I adopt out of state?
13. What do I do about loose dogs in my neighborhood?
14. How do I report animal abuse or neglect?