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Shelter Hours of Operation
Monday - Friday 10:30am - 6:30pm
Saturday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Shelter Closed Sundays and Holidays
Phone: 385-GOT-PETS
(385-468-7387)
Fax: 385-468-6028
Officer Dispatch: 801-743-7045
Our telephone switchboard is available Monday - Friday during regular business hours
Salt Lake County Animal Services
511 W 3900 S
Salt Lake City, Utah  84123


E-mail general questions to: animal@slco.org
For animal-related complaints, call dispatch

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Adoption Fee Structure

Adoptions include:

Adoption fees include spaying or neutering the animal (if needed), a veterinarian's health exam, first vaccination, microchip, and a small bag of dog or cat food. Plus you get a great new forever friend. What a deal!

Please see our homepage for changes to pricing - we often run specials based on our population, holidays, or other promotions.

Adoption Fees
Dogs:

Senior Dogs (5yrs+) : FREE to Senior Citizens! (55yrs+)

Large Dogs (>= 20lbs): $50.00

Small Dogs (< 20lbs): $100.00

Puppies: $150.00

See www.AdoptUtahPets.com for current promotional pricing.

Cats:

Cats: $10.00

Kittens: $25.00

See www.AdoptUtahPets.com for current promotional pricing.


EXOTICS
Parakeet $8.00
Cocakatiel $20.00
Quaker Parrot $75.00
Chicken $1.00
Rabbit $15.00
Goat Market Value
Pygmy Goat Market Value
Pig Market Value
Pot-Belly Pig Market Value
Rat $2.00
Ferret $35.00
Guinea Pig $10.00
Gerbil/Hamster $5.00
Sugar Glider $50.00

** NOTE : All other types of adoptable birds as well as not so common exotics (i.e. chinchillas, peacock, fish, etc.) will be priced as they come in to the shelter. **