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   ANIMAL CONTROL
Welcome to the Guilford Animal Control Department. Our facility is located on Guilford Public Safety complex at 400 Church Street.(behind the police department, to the right of the Fire Department)

Our Animal Control officers are:

     Kelly Weady
     
When the Animal Control Facility is closed or when the Animal Control Officer is off-duty, our Police Patrol Officers handle all animal related complaints.

Animal Control Telephone Number
Phone: 203 453-8083
Office Hours
Sunday
Monday
Tuesday
Wednesday
Thursday
Friday
Saturday
6:00 am - 2:00 pm
6:00 am - 9:30 pm
6:00 am - 9:30 pm
6:00 am - 9:30 pm
6:00 am - 2:00 pm
6:00 am - 2:00 pm
6:00 am - 2:00 pm
Hours subject to change without notice.

Adoption
Animal adoptions from the Animal Shelter for a neutered animal cost $5.00. The cost for an unneutered animal is $50.00.
This cost includes the cost of 2 vaccinations and partial cost of neutering.
The new owner is responsible for all necessary vaccinations and licensing of the adopted animal.


 Animals for Adoption


To see what's happing at the Animal Shelter please checkout Friends of the Guilford Animal Shelter on Facebook®

OR

Visit our page on Petfinder®



Dog Laws - Roaming Dogs - Sec. 22-364(a)
States in part that a dog is not allowed off its own property unless it is on a leash. Fine is $92.00
Nuisance Dog - Sec. 22-363 Covers excessive barking etc. The fine is $75.00

Rabies Vaccination
Every dog and cat is required to have a current rabies vaccination. Fine is $136.00

Licensing
Every dog over six months of age is required to be licensed with the Town. The cost of licensing is $8.00 for a neutered dog and $19.00 for an un neutered dog. Licensing is done by the Town Clerk at the Town Hall. The fine for an unlicensed dog is $75.00

Leash Law/Scoop Law
Town Ordinance Sec 214-3 says in part that in any Park, Beach or open space under the jurisdiction of the Parks & Recreation Commission, pets shall be on a leash no longer than seven feet. Further that owners shall remove animal defecation immediately.



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