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All volunteers must wear a mask when helping in this volunteer opportunity. Volunteers will be able to help ACDC by cleaning out cat kennels at PetSmart in Layton (750 N Main Street Layton 84041). We are in need of volunteers to help feed, disinfect, change kitty litter, and make sure the cats have water at PetSmart.
PetSmart is one of our local partners. They have kennels where we can host 3-5 cats and be able to find good homes for these wonderful pets. You will be able to choose one day out of the week to help for 15-30 minutes every week. This is a continuous volunteer opportunity, but you may choose the day and times that work best for you.
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.
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
Sheltering and caring for all impounded animals
Emergency Animal First Aid
Humane Education Information Programs
Customer service at the shelter
Telephone and Radio dispatching and customer service
We'll work with your schedule.
750 N Main StreetLayton, UT84041
February 3, 2021
Animal Care / Handling
Must be at least 16
Orientation or Training
Once a week for 15-30 minutes.
You will need to fill out an application and go through Orientation.