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This form is required to surrender a pet to PCACC. In order for PCACC to best serve you and your pet, please fill out this form completely and to the best of your ability. Due to the shelter being at MAX capacity and limited kennel space, there is a waitlist for pet surrenders. The current wait time is 3-6 months to bring pets in. Once, this form is submitted you will automatically be placed on the waitlist. An intake coordinator will call you when we have kennel availability for your pet(s).
Pinal County only takes pets within Pinal County Jurisdiction. If you would like to keep your pet, but are having trouble with purchasing food, vaccines, have an escape artist, or getting your pet spayed or neutered. Please call 520-509-3555 and ask about our Pet Retention and Outreach Program. We would love to keep you and your furry family guest home with you!
If your pet was adopted from a rescue, you must reach out to the rescue and make them aware that you are no longer able to care for the pet. Most rescues REQUIRE their adopted animals go back to the rescue they were adopted from.
We recommend trying to rehome your pet in the meantime or reaching out to local rescues. While you are waiting to bring in your pet, please post your animal on home-home.org Posting on home-home.org IS A REQUIREMENT the website is monitored by PCACC staff. Once you finish the questionnaire, you will receive a confirmation email along with a link to Home To Home.
You can find local rescues on Petfinder.com or Google. Try networking your pet on other websites such as AdoptAPet, GetYourPet, Facebook, Craigslist, Nextdoor, or Twitter! Anywhere potential adopters can see. Don't forget to ask friends, family, neighbors, and co workers to help spread the word about your pet needing a home.
Check out the following articles for tips on rehoming your pet:
Mailing Address (if different)
Date of Birth
Is your pet a dog or cat?
What is the sex of your pet?
Is your pet microchipped?
Is your pet good with any of the following? (select all that apply)
Is your pet housebroken or litterbox trained?
Has your pet ever bitten anyone and went on a rabies quarantine as a result?
Please give details of the incident.
(IF YOUR PET HAS BIT ANYONE AND BROKEN SKIN/DRAWN BLOOD IN THE LAST 10 DAYS, PLEASE CALL YOUR LOCAL POLICE DEPARTMENT’S NON-EMERGENCY NUMBER. A QUARANTINE HAS TO BE DONE. PLEASE SAVE ALL EVIDENCE OF THE BITE SUCH AS PICTURES, MEDICAL DOCUMENTS, AS WELL AS THE PET’S RABIES CERTIFICATE.)
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