Animal Control

Animal Care and Control

The Animal Control Officer (ACO) investigates animal complaints and enforces Town ordinances. The ACO impounds strays, reunites lost pets with their owners, and helps re-home unclaimed animals. The ACO also promotes animal welfare and educates the public about animal safety.

Empty your paw-kits and support your Local Animal Control.

We are happy to accept any donations towards helping animals in our care.

Your support is greatly appreciated. Please call for further information or to make a donation: 352-751-1530.

Adoptable and Found Pets

Our list of dogs and cats includes both adoptable pets that are ready to go home immediately and found pets waiting to be reunited with their owners. If you see a pet that you are interested in adopting please contact us to schedule an appointment.


We are accepting donations for dry and canned dog food, moist dog treats (please no rawhides), dry and canned cat food, kitty litter, towels and blankets, dawn liquid detergent, bleach and laundry detergent. Thank you for your support.

Adoptable Dogs

Adoptable Dog

Adoptable Dog

September 16, 2019

This is Maya. Maya is a 7 year old, spayed female, collie mix. She is a sweetheart! She is good with other dogs, cats and kids too. She is also crate trained and housebroken. She is a LOVER, well behaved and she even loves to go for leash walks. She is approximately 33-35 lbs, so not Read more…

Adoptable Cats

There are no cats available for adoption at this time. Please check again later.

Found Pets

The following is a list of lost and found pets. Some animals that are impounded may not have their picture posted. If you recognize a lost pet, or if you are missing a pet but do not see it listed here, please contact the Lady Lake Animal Control office at 352-751-1530.

There are no found pets at this time. Please check again later.

Animal Control Officer Denise Williams

Animal Control Officer Denise WilliamsACO Denise Williams has lived in Florida most of her life and always has had a love for animals. Even before she was old enough to work, she spent countless hours volunteering and helping animals at local shelters and humane societies. She even fostered dogs and cats while attending college at The University of Florida, where she earned her Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science. After Graduating in 2003, she has worked in a career helping animals ever since.


Animal Care and Control
423 Fennell Blvd.
Lady Lake, FL. 32159

[email protected]


Monday - Friday
8:30 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.