The Animal Control Unit is part of the Lynnwood Police Department. The officer is on duty Monday through Friday.
For immediate response, please call 911.
For general information, call (425) 670-5660 and the animal control officer will contact you as soon as possible.
Additional Information can be found here about Pet Licensing and other animal control related information.
Lynnwood's Contract Shelter as of January 1, 2014
The cities of Lynnwood and Everett teamed up to care for lost and stray animals in the city of Lynnwood. On January 1, 2014, the Everett Animal Shelter began providing shelter services for animals found in Lynnwood.
The Everett Animal Shelter is a state-of-the-art facility and provides excellent care for lost and abandoned animals from all over the county.
Residents who find a lost or abandoned animal or have an animal to surrender within the city limits of Lynnwood can take it directly to the Everett Animal Shelter, located at 333 Smith Island Road in Everett, or they can call 911 to contact the Lynnwood Police Department’s animal control officer, who may be able to locate a microchip on the animal and return it to the owner.
Lynnwood residents who lose a pet can retrieve it from the shelter. Redemption fees will be paid at the shelter or online rather than at the Lynnwood Police Department.
State-of-the-art shelter near Langus Park in Everett
The Everett facility, built in 2009, offers clean, comfortable housing to more than 6,000 lost or abandoned animals every year. The shelter’s on-site veterinary clinic provides medical services for shelter pets, including spaying and neutering. More than 300 volunteers donate their time and energy to help care for shelter pets as they wait to be adopted into their permanent homes.
We are an open-admission shelter, and we don’t turn away any animals from within our contracted areas,” said Shannon Johnson, director of Everett Animal Services. “We work very closely with our foster families and other area rescue organizations to make sure that every animal has a safe temporary home while they wait to be adopted or returned to their owner.”
The shelter is a regional shelter and provides services to numerous cities and towns, as well as unincorporated Snohomish County.
Everett Animal Shelter has many adoptable animals, including cats, dogs, rabbits and guinea pigs, waiting for new homes. All adoptable cats and dogs are microchipped, spayed or neutered, and have received vaccinations, and deworming and flea treatments.
The shelter is open from 11:00 AM to 5:00 PM, 7 days a week excluding holidays.
You can find out more about the Everett Animal Services here, 425-257-6000.