MCACC provides low-cost rabies vaccinations and microchip services for your pets.
It's never easy to give up a family pet, but unexpected life changes sometimes necessitate these hard decisions. Please view our list of resources and options for surrending a pet.
In addition to helping reduce our community's pet homelessness problem, studies have shown that spayed/neutered pets are typically healthier, less territorial and less aggressive.
Maricopa County law requires you to have a license and rabies vaccination for all dogs over 3 months of age. Licensing your dog also provides ID in case your pet is lost.
If a person keeps, harbors or maintains five or more dogs in an enclosed and controlled area, inaccessible to other animals, that is defined as a kennel and they must have a kennel permit.
Making the decision to end the suffering of your beloved pet is one of the most difficult decisions a person will ever make. MCACC provides end–of-life services, also known as euthanasia services, for Maricopa County residents.