Coconino Humane Association [Flagstaff, Arizona]

Coconino Humane Association [Flagstaff, Arizona]

Coconino Humane Association [Flagstaff, Arizona]
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Coconino Humane Association [Flagstaff, Arizona]

Coconino Humane Association
3501 East Butler Ave.
Flagstaff, Arizona 86001
928-526-1076

 
 
 

Services We Provide

 

Flagstaff and the surrounding community are one of the fastest growing metropolitan areas in the United States. Along with the increase in human population in the Flagstaff area comes an increase in the number of domestic animals living and breeding in Northern Arizona. The Coconino Humane Association serves the City of Flagstaff and all of Coconino County. The shelter provides and participates in multiple programs to reduce costs of the spaying and neutering of pets in our area. The shelter provides temporary shelter for lost, homeless and unwanted pets, providing educational programs, and of course provides pet adoptions.

The Humane Association has a staff of seven employees and provides the people in Northern Arizona with the following services:

1. Shelter for Homeless and Unwanted Animals:The education department functions in many areas. Instructors provide schools, day care centers, and other groups the opportunity to be informed of the importance of having pets spayed or neutered, as well as other topics including bite prevention, health care, animal cruelty, and general obedience training.
The Coconino Humane Association serves as a shelter for a variety of homeless and unwanted animals. Approximately 30% of the animals received are strays impounded by City, County, and Williams Animal Control Officers. Approximately 70% of the animals are stray and unwanted pets turned over to the Humane Association by area residents.

2. Education:
The education department functions in many areas. Instructors provide schools, day care centers, and other groups in our community the opportunity to be informed of the importance of having pets spayed or neutered, as well as other topics including bite prevention, health care, animal cruelty, and general obedience training.  Click here to view Educational Articles and Pet Care Tips.

3. Cruelty Investigation:
Each year the Humane Association responds to numerous calls reporting possible abuse and/or neglect. Many people are unaware of the amount of effort that is involved in the proper care of their pets. Some examples are: the proper amount of food to be given; the importance of water at all times; the type of shelter that is required in our area; and the proper medical care that is needed for pets. When a cruelty investigator responds to a neglect call, usually through evaluation and education the animal can remain in that home with few follow-ups.

The Shelter provides a crucial service to the community by responding to emergency situations where animals may be in precarious or dangerous situations. By responding to these calls, situations can be prevented that could cause serious problems for people and animals.4. Pet Food Bank:
The "Pet Food Bank" is setup to assist people who are experiencing financial difficulties by helping them with supplemental pet food.  Pet food distribution is from 1 to 3 pm on the 3rd Saturday of each month at the shelter.  Click here to download the application.

5. Emergency Response:
The Shelter provides a crucial service to the community by responding to emergency situations where animals may be in precarious or dangerous situations. By responding to these calls, situations can be prevented that could cause serious problems for people and animals.

6. Senior Adoption Program:
The Humane Association participates in a national adoption program for people ages 60 and older. This program provides the adopter with a low-cost adoption as well as a free veterinarian examination, inoculations, an ID tag, a starter kit, and a spay or neuter operation for their new pet.

7. Disease Prevention:
Upon admittance to the shelter, animals are given a wide range of vaccinations. Inoculations given by the Humane Association aid in the prevention of disease in our community.

Upon admittance to the shelter, animals are given a wide range of vaccinations. Inoculations given by the Humane Association aid in the prevention of disease in our community.8. Adoption Services:
When animals are placed in new homes, the shelter provides spay/neuter operations to all animals adopted at the shelter, a rabies shot certificate, an ID tag, starter kits, inoculations, and a free veterinarian examination. Click here to view our current Adoptable pets.

9. Ambulance Service - 24 Hours a Day:
The Coconino Humane Association provides an emergency ambulance service 24 hours a day for ill or injured stray animals. During working hours when animals are in need of help and local animal control officers cannot respond to an emergency situation, or are in need of assistance, the Humane Association is available to insure that ill and injured stray animals in our community are cared for.

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