Pinal County New Hope Program

Any groups or organizations that would like to pull our animals for new hope have to be 501c3 exempt. We have a new hope application that needs to be filled out and all documents that are requested in the application have to be attached. Once we have the completed form we can allow a group or organization to pull on a temporary basis while we wait for the contract to be reviewed and signed.

All animals that are pulled will be released with paperwork for the organization. This includes any microchip and vaccination information available. All animals are implanted with microchips, if it is safe to do so, before they leave the facility. If the animal is being new hoped there is no fee to the organization

We will need proof of rabies and sterilization within 30 days of release. If it is deemed unsafe to do either, we need written proof from the vet and an explanation on why they are unable to be vaccinated and sterilized. If the situation changes in the future and they are able to be sterilized and vaccinated we would need the proof at that time.


The same rules and regulations apply for out of state groups, but please be aware that we do not provide transport for the animals. Someone will have to come to the shelter to pick up the animals and sign the required paperwork. We also are not able to hold animals for an extended period of time because of space.