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Animal Care & Adoption
The Casa Grande Animal Care and Adoption Center operates an animal care facility to provide vital care for animals. Some of the services provided by the Animal Care and Adoption Center include:
- Adoption services
- Dog / cat licensing
- Shelter for lost and stray animals
All dogs and cats kept in the city are required to be licensed with the City of Casa Grande if over four months of age. Here are the requirements to obtain a license.
- Before a license is issued for any dog or cat, the owner must present a rabies vaccination certificate, signed by a veterinarian, stating the owner's name, address, dog or cat description, date of vaccination, type, manufacturer, vaccine serial number, and re-vaccination date.
- Licenses can be purchased at:
Animal Care and Adoption Center
202 E First Avenue
Casa Grande, AZ 85122
- In order to help residents comply with the law, Low-Cost License and Vaccine Clinics are hosted twice per year
- Discounts are available for senior citizens
Spay / Neutered
- Cats - $10
- Dogs - $15
- Cats - $20
- Dogs - $30
- Cats - $50 to $70
- Dogs - $120 to $150
Charges include Spay / Neutering, first-year vaccinations, Microchipping, and first-year Licensing. Ask about our Senior's Discount.
For all fees visit the City Fee Schedule.
- Does the City of Casa Grande have their own Animal Control?
Yes! We are located at 202 E 1st Avenue, our phone number is 520-426-9300 and we have a beautiful facility with animals for adoption. When calling The Casa Grande Animal Care and Adoption Center you must leave a message and we will return your call as quickly as possible.
- I found a stray and Animal Control is closed. What should I do?
Animal Control has a stray island drop-off area located on Main Avenue. If you find a stray animal, bring it down to the stray island, place the animal in a kennel and lock the kennel door. There are forms attached to the kennel doors to leave information, i.e. your name, and where and when you found the animal. We do not allow feral cats or owned animals to be placed in the drop-off area; this is for strays only.
- There are a lot of stray cats in my neighborhood. What can be done?
We do not encourage feeding stray cats. As we like to say at animal control, "if you feed them, they will come and bring friends". We do not respond to cats at large, but have live traps available to rent, or we recommend that you purchase one at a local business. You can trap Sunday night through Thursday night, provided there are no holidays that fall on those days. When you have trapped a cat, simply call Animal Control, leave a message telling us that you have trapped a cat, give your name, address, and phone number and we will pick up the cat at no charge. We require you to shut down traps by 7 am during the warm summer months, and by 10 am during the cooler months.