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Animal Control
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Animal Control encourages responsible pet ownership. Owning a pet is a privilege, but also a big responsibility. Animal control laws protect public health and safety and keep owners from allowing their animals to be a nuisance to their neighbors. We assist only those citizens living in the unincorporated areas of the County or the Town of Foxfield. Citizens in the Town of Deer Trail will need to contact the Town Clerk to authorize an Animal Control response. All other citizens of the county can contact their jurisdiction through the links below.

Responsibilities of Animal Control
Animal Control is responsible for the administration and enforcement of the County's resolution for the control, licensing and impoundment of dogs; including investigation of citizen complaints, issuing dog licenses and responding to calls reporting dogs running at large, dog bites and barking dogs.

Animal Control uses the Aurora Animal Shelter to shelter lost animals and provide adoption services for adoptable pets that are not successfully returned to their owners. Pictures of impounded animals are posted via PetHarbor to assist owners in determining whether their pets have been picked up.

Do I live in unincorporated? Check my address.

If you live in a city or town, find your Animal Control.

Contact Us
Caitlyn Cahill

Caitlyn Cahill

Email Animal Control

Arapahoe County
Lima Plaza
6924 S. Lima St.
Centennial, CO 80112

Ph: 720-874-6750
Fx: 303-790-8934
TTY: 711


Monday - Saturday
7:30 a.m. - 6 p.m.

For after hours emergency calls, please contact the Arapahoe County Sheriff's Office at 303-795-4711.