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ANIMAL SHELTER

 

ROWLETT ANIMAL SHELTER
4402 Industrial, 972-412-6219, 972-412-6227

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ROWLETT ANIMAL CONTROL operates out of the Rowlett Animal Shelter at 4402 Industrial. The goals of the Rowlett Animal Control Department are to protect the citizens from uncontrolled animals, to ensure the safety and welfare of all animals, to enforce City Ordinances and State laws concerning animals, and to educate the public about responsible pet ownership.

ROWLETT ANIMAL CONTROL LAWS

Pet ownership carries with it many responsibilities. Pet owners must consider the health and well-being of their animals as well as the rights of other Rowlett residents. Many pet owners do not take this responsibility seriously; thus, their pets become neighborhood nuisances.

Pet owners need to be considerate of their neighbors by restricting their animals to secured or fenced areas of their own property. Loose animals scatter garbage, get into fights, produce unwanted litters, an harass and attach children and adults. Allowing pets to run loose also increases the likelihood that they will catch a disease, cause a motor vehicle accident or be injured.

OWNERSHIP: An owner is any person who owns, keeps, shelters, maintain, feeds, harbors or has temporary or permanent custody of a domestic or prohibited animal and allows it to remain on or about any premises occupied by the person who has control those premises.

For more details you can visit the city web page, or call the animal shelter.

SEVEN STEPS TO A HAPPIER PET

  1. Make sure your pet wears an identification tag to enable him to be returned to you if lost.
  2. To prevent destruction animal behavioral problems, make sure you enroll your new puppy or dog in behavioral training classes.
  3. Animal behavioral problems can be health realted. Make sure your pet has a complete medical exam by a veterinarian at least once a year.
  4. Prepare for disasters. Make sure you have a plan for your pet in the event o hurricane, tornado, fire, or flood.
  5. Plan for your pet's future in case something happens toyou.
  6. Learn how tovoid dog bites, and how to prevent you dog from biting others.
  7. have a heart, be smart and make sure your pet is spayed or neutered.

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