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As part of our commitment to keeping pets and families together in our community, we now offer free microchips to every dog and cat that resides in Davis County. About the size of a grain of rice, a microchip, which uses passive radio-frequency identification (RFID) technology for quick and easy identification, is implanted under the skin of an animal. When a lost pet is found, animal control agencies and vets can scan the animal for a chip in order to reunite the pet with its owner.

A recent study found that 73% of stray dogs and cats are reunited with their owners due to microchipping versus less than 23% of strays found without identification. A collar, tag, and microchip together significantly improves reunion statistics to over 90%. Make an appointment today to schedule this free service!

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To make it easier for all Davis County residents, vaccines are no longer administered at the shelter but are brought right to your neighborhood! With our monthly mobile community clinics, we strive to bring vaccines and microchips to different locations within the county each month. Check our new Event Calendar for the next clinic and schedule your appointment today. It could be right next door!


Your canine companion should get regular vaccinations to protect them from common canine diseases. Our monthly clinics can provide DH2PP (Parvo/Distemper Combo), Bordetella (Kennel Cough), and rabies when available.


Your feline friend needs some special love too! Feline vaccinations protect your cat against several common diseases. Our monthly clinics can provide FVRCP (rhinotracheitis, calicivirus and panleukopenia) and rabies when available.



All dogs and cats over the age of four months are now required to be licensed in Davis County. To make this easy for you, we offer several convenient ways to license your pet. Please obtain and provide proof of your pet's current rabies vaccination before licensing. Please follow the link below for more information.

Rehoming Resources

We understand that sometimes it is necessary to rehome your pet to give it a second chance. Those decisions should not be taken lightly. Please follow the link below to see how Animal Care of Davis County can support you in this process.

Rehoming Resources
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