Contact Dr. Carol Holgate, DVM
Desert View Veterinary Clinic
Phone: (928) 283-6184
Web site: http://desertviewveterinaryclinic.com
Dr. Adrienne Ruby
Phone: (928) 521-6241
Page Animal Hospital
Dr. Eubank in Kayenta at the Monument Valley Agri/Science Center
(928) 697-2174 and 697-2175
Navajo Nation Veterinary and Livestock Program Stationary Clinics
Chinle (928) 674-2069
Shiprock (505) 368-1007
Tse Bonito 505-371-5214
Navajo Nation Veterinary and Program Mobile Unit
Soul Dog Rescue provides free or donation based spay/neuter clinics on the Navajo Nation. See their clinic schedule here.
Best Friends Animal Society provide the “Snip Trip,” a monthly trip to the Gap and back to Kanab, UT, that provides spay/neuter and vaccinations for owned dogs and cats, if you make an appointment ahead of time. There may be a waiting list. To set an appointment, please call Jessica at 435-644-2001 Extension 4364. If she doesn’t answer, please leave a message or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Humane Animal Shelters – Flagstaff, AZ
Stray from Coconino County, which includes Tuba City, can be brought to High Country Humane. High Country Humane holds the contracts for strays from the city of Flagstaff, and for Coconino County. High Country Humane also may take owner surrenders. You would need to contact them to inquire about that.
High Country Humane
11665 N. US Highway 89
Flagstaff, AZ 86004
Coconino Humane Association, also accepts strays and owner surrenders, as space is available.
Coconino Humane Association
3501 East Butler Ave.
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Navajo Nation Animal Control
UPDATE 9/1/2019: Looks like the Navajo Nation Animal Control facility in Tuba City is closed again. Tuba City: (928) 283-3089.
If your animal was picked up in a sweep, the facility in Tuba City is very small, and animals are often taken to the Navajo Nation Animal Control facility in Many Farms. Please contact as soon as possible, because animals are not held very long. NNAC in Many Farms: (928) 781-4380. For more information visit the NNAC web site. Find the phone numbers for the different NNAC facilities.
If you are having trouble reaching Navajo Nation Animal Control, please call the dispatch number: (928) 871-6491.
For injured horses
(928) 871-6491/871-7041/871-6594 Window Rock Navajo Rangers Dispatch
Open weekends from 8 am – 8 pm, and during the week 8 am – 5 pm.
Paw Placement of Northern Arizona has these programs:
- The Findlay Toyota Pet Resource Line (928-300-4510)
- Vouchers for Low cost and No cost spay/neuter, utilizing specific veterinarians in Flagstaff
- Financial assistance for emergency veterinary care: 928-699-7586
Information from Arizona Game and Fish, including people who work with wild birds: Wildlife Rehabilitators in Arizona: