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Welcome to our site


LFACC contact information, hours of operation, and general information regarding animal care and control-related topics.


Lost and found pet information and an online search feature to help make even more happy reunions possible.


In Fayette County, all dogs and cats must be licensed annually starting at six months of age and rabies vaccinated at four months of age.

Who We Are

Lexington-Fayette Animal Care and Control serves all of Fayette County 365 days a year.


Mission, Vision, Values & Business Statements



To protect the health and safety of the community and its animals and cultivate public sentiment for the humane treatment of all animals.


Vision for the Future:

We envision a community where all animals are valued and treated with respect and compassion and where responsible, humane citizens prioritize the care of animals.


Our Core Values:

  • Teamwork, built on knowledge, respect, and appreciation, to achieve our mission
  • Fair, consistent, and respectful enforcement of animal laws to protect the community’s animals and citizens
  • High level of care and compassion for all animals
  • Respectful, unbiased customer service provided internally and externally
  • Embracement of diversity, equity, and inclusion in all areas of operation
  • Ethical, accountable, and transparent practices and activities


Business Statement:


We work to provide efficient, high-quality animal control services for our community where Animal Control Officers and Animal Care Teams meet the community’s needs by quickly responding to requests for assistance, providing a high level of care for animals in need, reuniting lost animals with their owners, and promoting responsible pet ownership.

Contact LFACC

1600 Old Frankfort Pike
Lexington, Kentucky 40504
Exit 6 off New Circle Road

Phone: (859) 255-9033
Fax: (859) 225-7659

Business Hours:

Animal Services:
Monday-Saturday: 12:00 p.m. – 6:00 p.m.
Sunday: Closed.

Observed Holidays: Closed

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