Does the City accept 3-year rabies vaccinations?
After they reach four months of age, dogs and cats kept within the city limits will need to have a rabies immunization vaccination administered by a licensed veterinary professional. The vaccination can have an effective period of one year or three years. Pet owners must have a valid rabies vaccination certificate available should it be requested by an animal welfare officer, police officer, or other authorized employee or agent of the city.

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1. How can I adopt a dog or cat?
2. Where is the animal shelter and what are its hours?
3. What are the requirements for keeping dogs or cats in the city limits?
4. How many dogs or cats can I have at my residence?
5. Do I need to license my dog or cat with the city?
6. Does the City accept 3-year rabies vaccinations?
7. What do I need to do if I need to rehome my pet?
8. What happens if my dog or cat is impounded?
9. What do I do if I lost my pet?
10. Can citizens bring a stray dog or cat to the animal welfare facility?
11. What is a nuisance animal?
12. What if an animal appears to be uncared for, abandoned or abused?
13. Do Animal Welfare staff investigate other animal complaints?