Support the animal shelter by participating in the Draper Library's donation drive in July.
Draper City's Animal Services provides the following services and information:
- Animal reporting procedures
- Pet licensing and permits
If you have lost a pet, Draper Animal Services is the place to start your search to have it returned. All animals impounded by the animal services are taken to the animal shelter. Below are other tips to find your pet:
Visit your city's local animal shelter daily.
If you are unable to visit the shelter on a daily basis please check our lost animals listing to see current animals on their stray hold.
Please do not call the shelter when looking for a pet, you are the best person to identify your animals.
Draper Animal Services hold all strays for a minimum of 5 business days before placing the animal up for adoption of releasing to a rescue group.
See if you shelter has a deceased animal log to see if your animal was picked up.
Make flyers to post in your neighborhood, local veterinary clinics, public bulletin boards, and at your local shelter.
Post and share photos on social media outlets.
Check lost and found sections on KSL, Craigslist, and Facebook
Ask your neighbors, postal carrier, delivery person, show them pictures and ask if they have seen your animal or any found animal sign in the area.
If you have found an animal please take it to the local animal shelter. This allows the animal to have a better chance of being reunited with its owner. Remember, animal owners cannot find their pet if it’s not turned in or kept in your home. Please check with an animal clinic or animal shelter to see if the animal has a microchip, this information will help get the animal back to its owner.
Draper City Animal Control Department
12375 S. Vista Station Blvd. (550 W)
Draper, UT 84020
9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Closed weekends and holidays.