Every Pet Deserves a Good Life
Let’s work together to help ensure the best possible solution and outcome for both you and your pet.
Alternatives to Surrendering your Pet
Our Pet Resource Center and veterinary clinics connect pet owners with affordable medical, behavior and support services to help keep pets and people together. Last year we helped more than 5,900 pets stay with their families. We now have a Resource Navigator who works to help provide resources for those on the other end of the leash.
Surrendering Your Pet
If alternative resources don’t address the situation you are experiencing with your pet, we will work with you to discuss surrendering options. An appointment is required to surrender your pet. This is designed to give every pet surrendered to AHS it’s best chance for success by way of a 30-minute intake appointment.
Found a Stray?
AHS accepts all stray dogs that are sick, injured or abused. We can not accept stray turn-ins at our Nina Mason Pulliam Campus for Compassion. You can attempt to reunite a healthy, lost dog with its owner or surrender the healthy stray to Maricopa County Animal Care and Control. Trap-Neuter-Return programs are the most humane and effective way to stabilize outdoor free-roaming cat populations. If you’ve found a litter of kittens, here’s what you should do next.