Desoto County Animal Services is dedicated to enlisting and employing dedicated animal care personnel. Animal Services and complaint calls for domestic canine, feline and fowl for both the city of Arcadia and Desoto county encompass response to strays, unwanted pets, nuisance domestic animals, neglect/abuse investigations, animals at large & sick & injured animals. Adoptions of domestic pets and coordination with pet rescues serve to place these pets into safe, lasting homes.
Hours of Operation
Lobby and Kennels are open to the public for adoption, return to owner and owner surrender
Tuesday thru Friday 12:30 pm till 6:00 pm
Closed Saturday, Sunday and Mondays
Rescue groups by appointment
Micro chipping by appointment only
Emergency animal calls - 24/7
Adopting a friend
We have both dogs and cats available to the public for adoption. All animals must be spayed or neutered when adopted. The cost at adoption is $47. This includes $10 adoption fee, $12 for rabies shot, $25 towards spay/neuter. Our adopted pets are micro-chipped free of charge. Privately owned pets can be brought to the shelter and micro-chipped for $9.
Come Visit Us!
DeSoto County Animal Services is located at 2048 McKay Street off of Hwy 17 North in Arcadia.
September is National Preparedness Month. View this information on preparing your pets for a disaster.
Additional Department Pages
Animal Control Supervisor
Ph: (863) 993-4855
Fax: (863) 993-4711
2048 NE McKay Street | Arcadia | Florida | 34266
Jorge L. Hernandez
201 E Oak Street | Suite 204
Arcadia | Florida | 34266
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