Listings for Animal Resources / Wildlife Rescue and Removal

Animal Resources

Organizations and businesses around the community provide services for pets and their owners. These services include animal shelters, animal protective services, emergency pet clinics, euthanasia and cremation, in-home veterinarians, low-cost vaccinations, spay/neuter services, and wildlife rescue and removal. If you see the abuse of an animal or animal hoarding, please contact the Pima Animal Care Center at (520) 724-5900.

Wildlife Rescue and Removal

These organizations and companies will help to safely remove wildlife from your property without killing or harming the animal.

See the glossary for descriptions of all categories

Arizona Department of Game and Fish (AZGFD)

The State of Arizona
Wildlife Rescue Resources

555 N. Greasewood Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85745

(520) 628-5376 | (602) 942-3000

  • Spanish Services

AZGFD maintains a current list of all the licensed wildlife rehabilitators and wildlife control operators in Arizona.

business hours
M - F 8:00 AM to 5:00 PM

Desert Wildlife Services

Wild Life Rescue & Removal

5405 W. Sunset Rd.
Tucson, AZ 85743

(520) 240-4556

Wildlife management, removal, and control, including snakes, squirrels, gophers, bats, skunks, rats, bobcats, and dead animal removal. We are not an animal rescue facility

service area

business hours
M - Su 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Service fees vary depending on work

No Kill Pima County

  • Low Income

No Kill Pima County (NKPC) is an all-volunteer, non-profit 501 (c) 3 organization working to end the needless killing of shelter animals in Tucson and Pima County through the rigorous implementation of the No Kill Equation. Resources and resource information for pet owners/guardians of Pima County.

Tucson Wildlife Center

Wildlife Rescue

13275 E. Speedway Blvd.
Tucson, AZ 85748

(520) 290-9453

Tucson Wildlife Center is dedicated to the rescue, emergency medical care, and rehabilitation of sick, injured, and orphaned wildlife before return to the wild while promoting education, habitat protection, and coexistence with wildlife. Tucson Wildlife Center does not trap or remove unwanted animals from properties.

service area

business hours

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