Covid-19 Virus Update
Good morning family, friends and supporters. As a result of restrictions regarding the spread of the covid 19 virus, please be advised of the following regarding K9 Konnection Services:
* Any stray or lost dogs found in the Town of Wickenburg must be referred to the Wickenburg Police Department for pick up by calling 928-684-5411
* No lost or stray dogs from outside the Town of Wickenburg can be accepted into the shelter until further notice
* Any dog needing to be surrendered must call 928-232-2611 and speak with Paul. Surrendering decisions will be made on a case by case basis.
Currently, the shelter and foster homes are at capacity with no current availability.
* Individuals needing dog food must call the shelter for an appointment time at 928-232-2611.
* Donations of supplies will be accepted by appointment, please call 928-232-2611.
* Adoption Service questions, please call 928-232-2611.
* The shelter phone will continue to be answered daily between 9-5 pm. If you call after hours, please leave a message and we will return your call ASAP.
Please understand the dogs at K9 Konnection are safe, loved and well taken care of. These are difficult and scary times for humans and the pooches. We will get through this crisis and resume full services as soon as possible. Please stay safe, healthy and well informed. ️️
Locals saving lives
K9 Konnection is a 501(c)(3) Not-For-Profit organization located in Wickenburg Arizona. We have a “No Kill” philosophy and are dedicated to the rescue, shelter, re-uniting, and re-homing of animals in need. Our members are residents of the Wickenburg area who have decided to respond to the need for a local 24 hour resource for lost and homeless dogs in our surrounding communities of Wittman, Morristown, Wickenburg, Aguila and Congress.
July 1, 2016, K9 Konnection began its primary operation as a 24 hour resource for the Wickenburg Police Department to handle lost and stray dogs in the area. Prior to our services, lost and strays were housed in the County shelter and seldom were reunited with their owners.