- Unable to Move Animal
If you’re unable to move the animal yourself, contact our Field Dispatch team at 602.997.7585, ext. 2073 (available daily, 8 AM – 6 PM). We can send an ambulance for pickup if the situation requires it. If possible, we ask that you stay with the animal until our Emergency Animal Medical Technician™ (EAMT™) arrives on scene.
Our EAMTs™ are able to pick up injured pets in Buckeye, Chandler, Fountain Hills, Gilbert, Glendale, Goodyear, Guadalupe, Mesa (Sat/Sun only), Paradise Valley, Phoenix, Scottsdale, Tempe and Tolleson.
For other cities that have not enlisted our services, please call the appropriate number below:
- Avondale/Litchfield Park 623.333.7001
- Mesa 480.644.2211
- Peoria 623.773.8311
- Queen Creek 602.876.1681
- Sun City 602.256.1011
- Surprise/El Mirage 623.222.4000
For municipalities not listed, call your local police or county sheriff’s office.
If you suspect the animal has been a victim of animal abuse, please click here for additional information and support.
- Able to Move Animal
If you’re able to bring the injured stray pet to our Sunnyslope Campus, we can provide trauma care 9 AM – 5 PM. Please call ahead so we can be ready for you: 602.997.7585.
9226 N. 13th Ave. (just south of Hatcher)
Phoenix, AZ 85021
We cannot accept injured stray turn-ins at our Nina Mason Pulliam South Mountain Campus.
If it’s outside of our service hours, please bring the pet to a local emergency animal clinic for the evening. We’ll pick them up in the morning—all at no charge to you.
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Found a Healthy Dog or Cat?
Thank you for caring for this lost pet! At the Arizona Humane Society, we focus on taking in pets who need medical care. If the pet seems healthy and uninjured, please instead bring them to Maricopa County Animal Care and Control—or you can begin the search for their family yourself. We’ve put together a complete list of steps to take to help reunite them with their owner.
Found a Litter of Kittens?
Don’t kit-nap kittens! Many kitten litters may seem abandoned while their mother hides just out of sight. Unless a kitten is obviously injured, leave them be.