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Lost A Pet?


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Nobody likes losing a pet, Especially when that special furbaby has become a permanent piece of family life.  We love them too, and we want to help them find their way home.  If you have lost a pet, please click on the links below see the animals recently brought to our shelter and also to fill out a form to give us all the information you can about your pet.  

Once you fill out the form, we will add that information to our webpage for 30-days or until you call us because they have been found or brought home.

Found An Animal?


It is unlawful for any person to harbor or keep within this jurisdiction any lost or stray animal. Whenever any animal shall be found which appears to be lost or strayed, it shall be the duty of the finder to notify Davis County Animal Services within (72) hours. The Animal Services Director may take the Animal into protective custody.

Click below to see the animals that are currently lost in our county and see if you have found an animal that matches its' description.  You can also click the link to fill out a form to let us know you found an animal and we can put it on our website.

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Microchipping:


As part of our commitment to keeping pets together with their families we microchip every Dog, Cat and Rabbit that gets adopted out of our facility. A microchip implant is an identifying integrated circuit placed under the skin of an animal. The chip, about the size of a large grain of rice, uses passive radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology. When an animal is found and picked up most vets and all Animal Control agencies will first scan to see if there is a chip and try and reunify the pet with their owner.

Schedule Microchipping Appointment

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