Prescott Valley Animal Control reminds residents to license their pets.
Prescott Valley Animal Control
Prescott Valley Animal Control gives tips on skunks including prevention and deodorization.
Prescott Valley Police Department Animal Control has added new holding kennels for animals taken into custody bringing a safe space for up to eight dogs.
On Wednesday, December 29, 2021, Prescott Valley Animal Control was able to assist in helping the smallest of the falcon family, a Kestrel, to receive rehabilitation at the Wild at Heart Raptor Rescue.
The Prescott Valley Police Department is now hiring for the position of Animal Control Officer. This is a full-time position whose duties are related to the care, control, and licensing of animals within the Town of Prescott Valley. We are looking for applicants who are energetic, self-motivated, and dedicated to provide a high level of service to a diverse customer […]
Last week, Prescott Valley Animal Control Supervisor Tim Yogerst responded to a call for a stray cat near the Goodwill store. The cat had neither a microchip nor a collar. Because the Humane Society was full, they could not take the feline, so the cat stayed with Animal Control over the weekend while officers searched for the owners. The owners, […]
Prescott Valley Animal Control Supervisor Tim Yogerst had a welcome experience this past week in a job that has some significant ups and downs. Yogerst was dispatched for a dog-at-large walking in the middle of the Robert Road and Spouse intersection. He responded and attempted to catch the animal, but was unsuccessful, as she was moving just fast enough to […]
In July, the Prescott Valley Town Council approved changes to penalties and fines relating to animal codes, licensing fees and outsourcing the management of dog licensing. These changes will go into effect on Saturday, July 28, 2018. WHY MAKE THE CHANGE Control staff compared Prescott Valley Town Code with other towns and cities in the surrounding area and in larger […]
Prescott Valley residents who have lost a pet, or who need assistance dealing with barking dogs or other animal issues can now find more help on the Town of Prescott Valley’s website. Animal Control Supervisor James Risinger said his department has added some pages to the website to assist residents when they’ve lost a pet. The lost pet page offers […]