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    Sahuarita and Marana Residents – Your Animal Care Services have Changed!

    As of July 1, 2017, residents of Marana and Sahuarita will receive all animal care services previously handled by PACC from their town. Below, please find a list of Frequently Asked Questions. If you need additional information, please contact your town's animal care services provider.

    Where can I check to see if I’m a Marana or Sahuarita resident?
    To determine if you’re a resident of either town, please visit the Pima County GIS site.

    I have a pet that I can’t care for anymore. Can I take it to PACC?
    No, if you must surrender your pet, you’ll need to take him to the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, 3450 N. Kelvin Blvd.

    Is my dog’s license still valid?
    Yes, your dog’s current license issued by PACC will remain valid until its expiration date.

    Who do I contact when it’s time to renew my dog’s license?
    Marana Animal Services and Sahuarita Animal Services Division will send you the new licensing information when it’s time to renew. If you have additional questions about the renewal process, contact your animal care services provider.

    Who do I contact to report: animal bites, injured or hurt pets, animal welfare concerns, barking dogs, animal waste complaints?
    Marana residents should call Marana Animal Services at (520) 382-8020 and Sahuarita residents should contact Sahuarita Animal Services Division at (520) 445-7877. For emergencies, dial 911.

    Who do I contact if I suspect a rabid animal?

    Rabid animal reports should go to your town's animal care services provider.

    Who do I call if I see a stray dog in my neighborhood?
    Contact your town's animal care services provider.

    What do I do if I’m not a Marana or Sahuarita resident, but I find a stray animal within the town limits?
    Please contact Marana Animal Services at (520) 382-8020 or Sahuarita Animal Services Division at (520) 445-7877. You may also take the animal to the Humane Society of Southern Arizona, 3450 N. Kelvin Blvd.

    Can I still volunteer with PACC?
    PACC welcomes all animal lovers who want to enrich the lives of our community’s homeless pets.

    Can I adopt a pet from PACC?
    PACC welcomes adopters from all over. As long as you can provide a loving home for one of PACC’s deserving pets, it doesn’t matter where you live.

    Do you have additional questions regarding Marana Animal Services?

    Call (520) 382-8020, email or visit their website.

    Do you have  additional questions regarding Sahuarita Animal Services Division?
    Call (520) 445-7877 or visit their website.
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