The Yavapai County Sheriff’s Office Animal Control section consists of 7 officers and an animal control sergeant. Animal control officers handle calls for service involving animals, principally dogs for animal noise, leash violations, and statute required annual licenses.
Additional areas of service are animal poisonings, rabies control involving animal bites to humans, aggressive animals, and animal welfare, with regard to neglect and cruelty.
Loose dogs are impounded and sheltered at one of the listed locations, and include dogs or cats being held for safekeeping for a limited time. A pet that has been impounded or quarantined may be reclaimed by paying all appropriate fees to the shelter.
Dog licenses may be purchased from Humane Societies, Sheriff’s offices, and low cost spay and neuter clinics.
Those wishing to purchase a Yavapai County Dog License must first provide the following documentation from a veterinarian.
Documentation of current rabies vaccination and documentation of spay or neuter status.
Fees are as follows –
|Humane Society of Sedona
2115 Shelby Drive
|YCSO V.O.C. Substation
6446 Hwy 179, Suite 217
Village of Oak Creek, AZ
|YCSO Camp Verde Substation
2830 N. Commonwealth Dr., Ste. 104
Camp Verde, AZ
|Yavapai Humane Society
1625 Sundog Ranch Road
|YCSO Mayer Substation
13272 Central Avenue
|YCSO Williamson Valley Substation
4155 W. Outer Loop Rd., Suite B
|Verde Valley Humane Society
1502 West Mingus Ave.
|YCSO Bagdad Substation
100 Main Street
(Tuesday thru Friday only)