Chris Arnold has been employed with Pitt County Animal Services since June 2006. He started out as an ACO and was promoted to Assistant Director in 2014. During his career he has attended multiple continuing education classes at James Sprunt, Pitt, Martin, and Edgecombe Community Colleges to gain further knowledge in animal welfare and animal cruelty investigations. He is Palmer Cap-Chur, CET, and CRV certified. He has also attended TLAER training. Chris was awarded the ACO of the year from NCARCA in 2016 for going above and beyond in his job to help the citizens of Pitt County. Chris looks forward to serving on the board to help serve and guide animal welfare in the right direction. Chris truly believes animal welfare has come along ways from where it was in the past, but things are forever evolving and we need strong supportive people to make sure animal welfare changes with the times. He feels strongly that we are the voice for the animals and only we can change things. He is married to his wonderful wife Ashley and has 2 sons (Blake and Greyson). In his spare time, he loves to coach is son’s baseball team, spend time on the water fishing, and out in the woods hunting. Chris is exited to serve on the board and all that it can help North Carolina with in training, education, and networking amongst the counties.
NCARCA Conference for October 2022 at a NEW Location
Holiday Inn Resort Wilmington