The City of Centerton Animal Services promotes and protects public safety through sheltering, pet placement programs, education and animal law enforcement. Our purpose is to provide responsive, efficient and high quality animal control services that preserve and protect the public safety. Our philosophy is to promote responsible pet ownership, educate the public on City Ordinances relating to animals, and safe human-animal interactions. As the agency responsible for animal-related public safety, our mission is achieved through values including professionalism, responsibility, compassion, commitment, integrity, accountability and community partnerships.
- Animal Cruelty investigations
- Barking dog complaints
- Investigation of animal bites
- Investigating dangerous animals
- Respond to stray animal
- Ordinance enforcement
Hours of operation
Mon – Fri: 9am to 5:30pm
Saturday: 9am to 4:00pm
Our adoption fee is $60 that pays for the dog to be spayed or neutered and includes rabies and parvo distemper shots.
All dogs impounded and available for adoption at the Centerton Animal Shelter will be posted on our Facebook page.
You can see our dogs at https://www.facebook.com/cac.spay.neuter/
All dogs are required to have current City Dog Tags by an ordinance of the City of Centerton. To obtain your City Dog Tag, present your receipt verifying a current rabies shot to the Centerton City Hall (209 N Main Street). Prices are $5.00 if spayed / neutered and $10 if not. You will benefit by having identification for your pet. If your dog is found, you can easily be contacted from the record of your City Dog Tag. If your dog is picked up by Centerton Animal Control you could be subject to a $100 fine per charge, for not having a city dog tag, dog-at-large and other possible impound fees. You are responsible for having your dog tagged, leashed and vaccinated.
Animal problems concerning removal of wildlife (Raccoons, Opossums, Squirrels, and the like) requires a licensed human trapper to be called. The Animal Control Office can provide a list of humane trappers in the area that can be called.