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Animal control keeps a list of the lost and found animals that are called in, however, we highly recommend that you physically come into our facility and look for your lost pet as your description and ours may be different. You may post a picture of your pet on our Facebook page or online at petharbor.com.
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We are located at 725 E. Baseline, Apache Junction, AZ 85119. (East of Idaho Road and West of Tomahawk Road on the South side of Baseline). Our office is open Tuesday through Saturday 9:00am to 3:00pm. The kennel is open Tuesday through Saturday 9:00am to 3:00pm. We are closed Sundays and Mondays.
You can call our office during business hours 9:00am to 3:00pm at (480) 983-4405. After hours you can call the Police Department at (480) 982-8260. Our fax number is (480) 474-8535. If you would like to e-mail us just click on the Adopt-A-Pet button to your left and that will take you to our main page.
Animal Control no longer provides rabies vaccinations at our facility. The MASH Unit provides rabies vaccinations in the East parking lot on most Tuesdays. Please visit www.mashvet.net or call 480.646.4479 to verify their schedule and pricing. If you reside in Maricopa County please call 602.506.7387. If you reside in Pinal County outside our city limits, please call Pinal County Animal Care and Control at 888.431.1311. Animal Control still provides licensing Tuesday through Saturday 9:00am - 3:00pm, please call 480.983.4405 for more details.
Animal Control does not have an on-site veterinarian and cannot give advice of any medical treatment. We do have the Mobile Animal Surgical Hospital (MASH) with Dr. Julia Neufeld, a veterinarian, who spays and neuters at our facility by appointment only. She also provides vaccines and additional services for the public at a reasonable price on a walk-in basis between 9:00am and 11:00am on scheduled days. Please contact Dr. Neufeld at (480) 656-4479 to make a spay or neuter appointment or you can visit her website for further information at www.mashvet.net
Horses are considered livestock and are not required to have shade, however, if you feel the horse is in distress, please contact the Arizona Livestock at (602) 542-0872.
Currently we provide this service to the public by appointment only. This service is for sick or injured animals only. Please call the office before bringing in your pet for euthanasia. The suggested time for this is between 10:00am and 2:00pm, Tuesday through Saturday.