Get Involved


Citizens are welcome to tour our kennels and see adoptable animals in person. Citizens can also browse online to see all available pets before making a trip to the shelter.

Learn more about adoption.


PCACC is critically full nearly year-round. We need all the support we can get. Please contact us or visit us in person if you are interested in fostering a pet.

Learn more about fostering.


Looking to start a rewarding volunteer journey that helps homeless animals in your community? Visit the shelter during Public Volunteering Hours every morning, every day! Spring/Summer volunteering hours are 7 to 10 am, Fall/Winter hours are 8 to 11 am.

Learn more about volunteering.


Your donations go directly toward animal care, lowered pet adoptions, affordable reclaim fees, outreach programs, and providing quality enrichment for homeless pets of Pinal County.

Learn more about donating.

Rescue Partnership

Pinal County Animal Care and Control works with New Hope to save homeless pets. Any organization that rescues animals through the New Hope Program must be 501c3 exempt. There are no organization fees for animals rescued through the program.

Learn more about New Hope.