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According to Article 2-3 Dogs and Cats (Section 2-3-3), "The owner of each dog or cat four months of age or older shall obtain an annual vaccination-license certificate and tag from a veterinarian."
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Call the Odessa Police Dispatch at 911.
You contact Odessa Police Dispatch at 432-333-3641 (the non-emergency number).
You may access this information on the Codes and Ordinances page.
You have two options:
According to Article 2-3 Dogs and Cats (Section 2-3-1 Maximum Number), "It shall be unlawful for any person to keep, possess, or maintain dogs and/or cats in a total number exceeding 4 per premises," i.e. 2 dogs 2 cats, 1 cat 3 dogs, etc.
Yes. Contact 432-333-3641 (the Odessa Police Department non-emergency number) and an officer will gladly come out and assist/inform you.
If you live in the county, you need to contact the Ector County Sheriff’s Office at 432-335-3050.
Yes you can, but, we would rather you include our name and phone number so we may contact you if more information is needed. We never divulge your information.
If you choose to adopt an animal that has been picked up as a stray, you may go to the Animal Control Shelter located at 910 W 42nd Street and ask the staff for further information concerning adoptions or call 432-368-3527 to inquire.