In order to adopt an animal from our shelter, you must complete our application and be approved by one of our staff members. If you are a renter, you must provide approval from your Landlord stating you are allowed to have a pet on the premises. We may speak to your Landlord directly for approval. You may also providence verification through a leasing agreement or a written letter from your Landlord. The letter must include their name, address, phone number, and any pertinent restrictions to size and/or breed. Please be sure to specify your name and address as the tenant. Your current pets at the time of adoption must be up-to-date on their rabies vaccine and any cats must be spayed/neutered. You can feel free to bring in any paperwork you have to prove this, or we can also verify the information verbally with the veterinarian information you provide on our application. Once this information is verified and you are approved, then you can take home your newest addition to your family!!!
Breed Hall (Senior Center Complex)
***Location for the Rabies Vaccination Clinic has changed this year***
Sunday, March 23, 2014
10 AM - 12 PM (Noon).
Dogs and Cats 3 Months and older may be vaccinated- Dogs MUST BE LEASHED and attended by an Adult- Cats MUST BE COVERED AND CARRIED. PROOF of your animal's previous vaccination must be presented in order for dog or cat to receive 3 Year Vaccination; Otherwise a one year vaccination will be administered.
$10.00 Per Animal- CASH ONLY -No checks accepted...
Dogs can be licensed at the clinic. The cost of a dog license is $13.00 if you bring proof that your animal has been spayed or neutered (Senior/Disabled Citizens Pay $5.00). If your dog is not spayed or neutered, the licensing fee is $33.00 (Senior Citizens Pay $15.00).
Dog licenses are due annually in April. The license fee is $13.00 with proof of spay/neuter (Senior / Disabled Citizens pay $5.00). If your animal is not spayed or neutered the fee is $33.00 (Senior / Disabled Citizens pay $15.00).
New License: A current rabies certificate and proof of spay/neuter must be presented when applying for a new license.
License Renewals: A current rabies certificate and proof of spay/neuter if not already on record.
Licenses may be obtained at the following places:
Rabies Clinic, on Sunday, March 23, 2014 from (10 A.M.-12 P.M)
Office of the City Clerk,
By mail to: City Clerk, City Hall,
(Make checks payable to City of
Click HERE to print the Dog Licensing Application.
We have chosen Kuranda dog beds for our facility because they are not only durable, they are the most comfortable as well. We still don't have enough for all of our kennels so if you would like to donate a bed so another dog can sleep in proper comfort, please click here.