In the summer of 2006, the Cache County Sheriff’s Office contracted with Providence City for animal control services. Millville and Nibley soon followed. Since then, Newton, Clarkston, Richmond, River Heights, Trenton, Paradise, and unincorporated county have also joined with the Sheriff’s Office for animal control services.
Animal Control deputies are trained in and are a part of emergency management planning that ranges from the rescue and housing of displaced animals in a disaster to protecting Cache County's agricultural industry against terrorist threats that could compromise the nation's food supply. They also work for disease control, using guidelines and laws set by the state and local health departments, Utah Department of Agriculture and Food, and the Center for Disease Control. Animal Control deputies also have a broad knowledge of search and seizure laws and exemptions that protect the rights of agriculture and service animals.
The Cache County Sheriff's Office does not contract to impound or trap cats.
For non-emergency animal problems, contact Dispatch at 435-753-7555.
|Bridgerland Animal Hospital||
|Cache Humane Society||
|Nibley City Offices||Nibley|
|North Cache Vet Clinic||Richmond|