St. Lucie County's Animal Control Division is dedicated to serving the unincorporated areas of the residences in St. Lucie County by providing information and enforcing state and local statutes of our pet population.
Animal Control Division works to maintaining reduction of pets in the county along with educating, providing information, and public safety to our local residents.
The Animal Control Division provides information to residents unfamiliar with the county animal ordinances. St. Lucie County requires all dogs and cats 4 months of age and older to obtain a pet registration for unincorporated areas of the county. SLC Licenses can be mailed in:
St. Lucie County
15305 W. Midway Road
Fort Pierce, FL 34945
St. Lucie County Animal Control offers spay/neuter vouchers to residents residing in unincorporated areas. Download a Spay/Neuter Program Application.
With a staff of four officers and one coordinator, the Animal Control Division receives more than 13,500 animal complaints annually. Animal complaints consist of more than 120 bite cases, more than 275 are sick or injured animals. Animal Control Officers investigate 400 cases of animal cruelty and capture approximately 2,000 strays annually.
St. Lucie County's Animal Control Division works in close cooperation with Humane Society of St. Lucie County, serving as the official animal shelter for the county. Humane Society of St. Lucie County promotes and educates the public on the importance of spaying and neutering your dogs and cats.
For questions or information about St. Lucie County's Animal Control Division call (772) 462-8120.