Flagler Animal Services
(386) 246-8612
Flagler Animal Services is contracted by the Unincorporated Flagler County, City of Bunnell and City of Flagler Beach – to provide animal services.
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Officers respond to complaints of stray, injured, aggressive, and nuisance domestic animals. We investigate abuse, cruelty and neglect reports.

Our focus is to enforce the county and cities animal ordinances to keep both the animals and the public safe. If you see an animal being abused or neglected – be their voice and report these actions using the number below.

For domestic animal inquiries in the city of Palm Coast please call Palm Coast Animal Control at (386) 986-2520.


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What is Flagler Animal Services?
The Flagler Humane Society contracts with Flagler County, the City of Bunnell and Flagler Beach to provide a kinder, gentler animal control with an emphasis on education rather than punitive.

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Our highly skilled and trained Animal Control Officers assist pet owners, often times providing dog houses, collars, transportation for pets, and basic veterinary care. They will perform return-to-owners in the field if the owners can be located.

We also provide emergency on call services for injured or sick animals. This includes wildlife. We respond to these calls 24 hours a day, seven days a week by our officers through the Flagler Sheriff’s dispatching.

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Officers perform neglect and cruelty investigations if the situation warrants. Animals may be confiscated with permanent custody and prosecution of the abuser sought through the court system.

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The Opossum
  • North America's ONLY marsupial
  • Eats up to 5,000 ticks/season
  • Does NOT carry Lyme Disease
  • 95% naturally immune to rabies
  • Eats insects, snails, rodents, and dead things
  • Nature's Pest control and clean-up crew
  • Ignore them - They mean no harm
  • More scared than scary

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