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Program made possible by the purchase of pet tag engraving machine
Contributed Article/Courtesy Graham County
GRAHAM COUNTY – Graham County is happy to announce the purchase of a pet tag engraving machine purchased through charitable donations to the Graham County Animal Control Facility. Identifying your pet is critical to keeping your pet safe. Pets that are received or found by Animal Control can be quickly returned back to the owner when properly identified.
Graham County will provide at no cost a personalized metal tag to pet owners in the community. Any animal that is retrieved or adopted will be given a tag and any pet owner may visit the Animal Control Facility to acquire a tag for their pet at no charge.
In addition, through a recent donation from Desert Cat Rescue & Sanctuary of Arizona, Graham County Animal Control now has a microchip scanner to read standard pet microchips. Graham County is very appreciative of Desert Cat Rescue & Sanctuary of Arizona’s partnership and we would like to thank them for their generous donation.
The Graham County Animal Control Facility is open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and is located at 300 W. Old Country Club Rd. For any additional questions call Graham County Manager Dustin Welker at 928-428-3250.