Monday - Sunday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.
Call 253.798.7387, for emergencies after hours call 911
Pierce County Animal Control Officers do not handle wild animals. Coyotes, opossums, and raccoons are just some of the many wildlife becoming more visible now that we are building structures in their natural habitat. If you encounter one of these wild animals please visit one of the links above to learn more about the animal and the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife's management methods, including the phone number for the Coastal Washington Office, which includes Pierce County. If you find a wild animal that you suspect may be injured, please contact the PAWS Wildlife Center at 425.787.2500 ext. 817.
The Sarvey Wildlife Center is also available for assistance in the event that you find an injured wild animal. Their phone number is 360.435.4817. Please visit their website to see if they can assist you.
|Found, stray or injured animals||253.798.7387|
|Chronic nuisance barking dogs||253.798.7387|
|Deceased animals on roadway or City right-of-way||253.460.6493|
|Wild animals (deer, raccoons, skunks, opossums & coyotes)||877.933.9847|
|Locating lost animals, turning in strays or found animals||253.383.2733|
|Junk vehicle hotline||253.798.4636|