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Animal Care of Davis County

  • A group opportunity. Invite your friends.
  • 20 people are interested

Animal Care of Davis County and its shelter techs need volunteers to take the dogs on a morning walk while they clean the kennels. This is a consistent commitment and we need volunteers to cover at least one day out of the week. Weekday shifts are from 8AM-9AM and weekend shifts are from 7AM-8AM. Volunteers are welcome to stay longer and come in more than once per week.

The minimum is one day per week for one hour.

Volunteers make a difference in our shelter animals’ lives. Volunteers are able to enrich the lives of dogs by taking them out for walks and socializing them in our playpens. Volunteers may also help with our other animals, including cats and bunnies. Let’s make a more humane world for our animals.

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About Animal Care of Davis County


1422 E 600 N, Fruit Heights, UT 84037, US

Mission Statement

Davis County Animal Care is committed to providing great service to residents and compassionate care to animals, working tirelessly to support public safety, find homes for homeless animals and educate the community about responsible pet ownership.


ACDC (Animal Care of Davis County) is an organized agency of the Davis County Government. Our staff consists of a group of caring professional people dedicated to serving the public and making life a little better for the animals and residents of Davis County.

Anything and everything that is animal related. Our staff of 24 responds to the Animal related needs of every community in Davis County, as well as Hill Air Force Base.

Our Program has two essential components.

Field Service:
  • Regular Routine Pro-active Patrol
  • 24 Hour Emergency Call Out
  • Neglect and Cruelty Investigations
  • Rabies Investigation and Control
  • Assisting 17 local City and County Police Agencies
  • Resolving nuisance animal complaints regarding barking dogs, dogs at large, as well as a wide variety of other neighborhood disputes involving animals.
  • Inspection of Animal related businesses
  • Impounding of stray and unwanted animals
  • Impounding of stray livestock
  • Capture and removal of nuisance Urban Wildlife
  • Animal Rescue.
Shelter Service:
  • Sheltering and caring for all impounded animals
  • Humane Euthanasia
  • Emergency Animal First Aid
  • Animal Adoptions
  • Humane Education Information Programs
  • Customer service at the shelter
  • Telephone and Radio dispatching and customer service



We'll work with your schedule.


1422 E 650 NKaysville, UT 84037



  • Advocacy
  • Animal Care / Handling
  • Animal Therapy


  • Teens
  • People 55+
  • Group


  • Must be at least 12
  • Orientation or Training
  • For this opportunity, we require at least once per week for 1 hour. However, volunteers are allowed to stay longer if they wish and have more shifts.
  • Must go through online Orientation and the Fear Free Shelter course.

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