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Alachua County Animal Services offers a variety of services for our community.

Shelter Operations

(352) 264-6870

Services Offered to Public

  • Medically Necessary Euthanasia by appointment (must provide medical records)
  • Rabies Vaccinations (ACAS cannot offer any other vaccinations)
  • County Licenses
  • Microchipping
  • Virtual Kennel

ACAS does not offer boarding/kenneling services to the public.

Services Offered for In-House Animals Only

  • Shelter and┬áCare for┬áStray/Unwanted Animals Waiting for Adoption
  • Basic Veterinary Treatment and Vaccinations for Sick/Injured Stray Animals Waiting for Adoption
  • Spay/Neuter Surgery for Animals that have been Adopted from Alachua County Animal Services

Field Operations

(352) 264-6870

  • Animal Cruelty Investigations
  • Quarantine of Biting Animals
  • Nuisance Animal Complaints
  • Humane Education
  • Wildlife Complaints
  • Trap Rentals or Trapping Service for Nuisance Animals & Wildlife
  • Dangerous Dog Investigations
  • Sick or Injured Animals
  • Dog-at-Large Complaints
  • Rabies Control
  • Complaints of Failure to Remove Animal Feces
  • Complaints of Failure to Confine Animals in Estrus
  • Animal Establishment Inspections
  • Emergency Assistance for Public Safety Agencies

Field Operation Forms

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