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Animal Defense
League Of Arizona
Coconino Humane Association Flagstaff Feral
Cat Program
Veterinary Clinic
Second Chance Center  

Flagstaff Loves Pets!


Coconino Humane Association
3501 East Butler Ave, Flagstaff, Arizona 86001 ~ 928-526-1076

Mission Statement
It is the mission of the Coconino Humane Association to operate a humane and caring shelter that will give aid to unwanted, abandoned, and mistreated animals in Flagstaff and across northern Arizona. It is our goal to investigate cruelty and take appropriate action, to disseminate information of humane treatment of animals, and wherever possible to foster humane education throughout the northern Arizona area. We pride ourselves on being a voice for dogs, cats, and other domesticated animals in Coconino County.

The Coconino Humane Association was founded in 1955 by a group of concerned and dedicated people who felt there needed to be a change in the way animals were being treated in our community. The shelter was built with donations from businesses, service organizations, and a few very dedicated individuals. The Forest Service leased five acres to the Humane Shelter, located in the area where Interstate 40 and Butler Avenue now intersect.

Even with these contributions, it took three years to complete the project. Through the work of the founders and many other concerned and dedicated people in the community, Northern Arizona received its first Animal Shelter in 1958.

In the early 1970's due to the construction of I-40 and the growth of Flagstaff, the Forest Service did not renew the lease on the land that the shelter was built upon. The Humane Society was faced with finding a new location. Again with the help of residents, local businesses, and matching funds from the Bois Dubois Foundation, the Coconino Humane Association in 1972 started the construction of a new facility to care for the homeless and unwanted animals in Northern Arizona. The shelter is located in the area of Fourth Street and Butler Avenue, where it remains today

Helping Pets All Over Northern Arizona!


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Second Chance Center for Animals
11665 N. Hwy 89 • Flagstaff, AZ 86004 • (928) 526-5964
Vision Statement
We envision a society that has progressed to place compassion and welfare for all animals at the forefront of the human-animal relationship while respecting cultural diversity and traditions.  

Mission Statement
Our mission is to provide opportunities for a quality life for the homeless and unwanted companion animals that are placed in our care and to provide resources within our sphere of influence to encourage and enhance the human-animal bond.

We rescue, house, and find homes for companion animals, serve the small cities and rural communities of Northern Arizona through our low-cost clinics at both our shelter and our Plateuland Mobile Vet Clinic and provide education programs for the community  by serving as the leading animal welfare organization in Northern Arizona. Approximately 75% of the animals at SCCA come from the Native American lands of Northern Arizona, from small rescue operations, and from public shelters throughout the region when they reach capacity. 


In addition to our rescue, adoption and clinic services, we are designated by Coconino County as Northern Arizona's disaster response shelter for pets. We are the only non-profit organization that offers veterinary internships to community students of Northern Arizona. SCCA is a designated Pets Too! shelter, a program to shelter the pets of women and children who are victims of abuse. 


Since 2004, we have found homes for over 3,500 companion animals, assisted 5,363 low-income families provide much needed veterinary care for their pets, held educational camps for over 200 children, created successful pre-vet internships for over 50 college students, established the Hozhoni Animal Project, a program that increases opportunities for students at Monument Valley High School to learn job skills from veterinary medicine professionals and established a bite prevention outreach program offered to families, teachers and children throughout Northern Arizona. 

Vaccination Clinics
*Walk-in Service
Wednesdays 3-5:30pm
Saturdays 1-5pm

Dog 4-in-1:  $20
Cat 3-in-1:  $20
Rabies: $10
Bordatella: $10
Plaque: $40
Spay/Neuter Clinics
*By appointment only
Tues & Fri, Check-in 8am
Pick-up in afternoon

Spay & Neuter
Dog Spay: $75
Dog Neuter: $60
Cat Spay: $50
Cat Neuter: $40

Don’t forget to get your pet micro-chipped at SCCA for only $15.

(Prices subject to change)

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Plateauland Veterinary Clinic


For more information contact:
Plateauland Mobile Vet Clinic
11665 N. Hwy 89
Flagstaff, Arizona 86004
6 miles north of the Flagstaff Mall on Hwy 89

(928) 526-5964 or (888) 241-9731

Fax (928) 213-9809


Plateauland Mobile Veterinary Clinic circles Northern Arizona in a quest to reduce and solve the animal overpopulation crisis.  They are an amazing group of people who thrive on riding the  their vet van across our states  most rural areas in any type of weather condition.


Plateauland's prime service is to spay and neuter dogs and cats, but they also provide vaccinations and other veterinary care.  They are a low-cost provider of animal health care.  


We'd like to thank them for all of their great work in helping and healing our pet population.

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Flagstaff's Feral Cat Program
Sponsored By The Animal Defense League Of Arizona

Help save this kitty!

For more information contact:
(928) 773-8028
The Feral Cat Program was started
by Lisa Swain, a Flagstaff local, who
decided that there was a need to 
help the multitudes of unwanted and
wild cats in our area.  She began
capturing them, getting them spayed
or neutered, having shots and medical attention given, and whenever
possible finding homes for them.

The success of the program was
unquestionable, and prompted the
Animal Defense League to adopt it as
its' own.  ADLA now contributes at
least $200 each month to the program,
and a few of the local vets have also
come on board to give discounted
services.  Since December of 1998,
the feral cat program has fixed and
placed about 300 cats.

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Animal Defense League
Of Arizona
The Animal Defense League Of Arizona
(ADLA) has upheld animal rights in the 
Flagstaff area since it began in early 1998.

ADLA was formed from a number of different
animal rights groups, who came together
as a unit for the benefits of the animals.

Since it's inception, ADLA has championed
the rights of horses, dogs, cats, prairie dogs,
and many other animals who would otherwise
have no voice in our society.

ADLA doesn't believe in heated arguments, 
their sole purpose is to solve and educate the
public about the many forms of animal abuse.

Members of ADLA can be found at
almost every local event, speaking in
schools, and are always looking 
towards a future without animal abuse!

Animal Defense League
Of Arizona
P.O. Box 1973
Flagstaff, AZ  86002
(928) 773-8028

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