No, the Town of Sahuarita only licenses dogs of owners who live within the Town boundaries. Pima County residents can license their dogs through Pima Animal Care Center (PACC). To check where to license (it can be confusing with different ZIP codes), go to the Pima County GIS site, search your street address number, and view the jurisdiction column.
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See STC 3.10.180 Fee Schedule for current fees.
HSSA operates its main shelter at 635 W. Roger Road in Tucson.
HSSA will accept all animals brought into its main shelter by the Sahuarita ACO or Police Officers.
If you have captured a stray animal, please call the Sahuarita ACO.
Call HSSA. HSSA priortizes returning animals to their homes. If your pet is taken to HSSA, HSSA will do everything it can to help reunite you with your pet.
Pet owners can surrender their animal to The Animal League of Green Valley or HSSA.To schedule an appointment with HSSA, call 520-327-6088 x111. Owners are charged a one-time drop-off fee, which covers vaccinations, health check, microchip and spay/neuter if needed, boarding and adoption.
To determine your residence is in the Town of Sahuarita, please check the Pima County GIS Street Address Number Search.
The Sahuarita ACO at 520-445-7877 (PUPS).
Seek immediate medical attention and call 911.
Arizona Game and Fish, 520-628-5376, or online.
Call the Town of Sahuarita Public Works Streets Department at 520-344-7100. They will attempt to contact the local livestock owner.