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Animal Attacks or Bites, when an animal determined to be a dangerous animal has caused serious physical harm or death to any person is at large.
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The Shelter is located at 2530 Arizona Street and is open for adopting or reclaiming pets from 1:00 PM to 4:30 PM Monday through Friday, excluding holidays. If you would like to contact the Blytheville Police Department at 870-763-4411.
Stray Animals may be reported by calling the Blytheville Police Department at (870) 763-4411
Yes we do, All dogs shall be securely confined: Indoors; or Outdoors in a secure, enclosed fenced yard with a gate and latch that can be secured with a minimal fence height of four (4) feet posted "Beware of Dog" or a leash when the dog is outside. All pens must be clean and sanitary at all time as well as provide protection from the elements. Electric fence devices are prohibited. Invisible fence devices are permitted, but are not considered as a means of confinement. No dog shall be allowed to run at large or be permanently or temporarily out of the presence of the owner, be kept tied, chained or restrained in the front,back or side areas of any yard of any premises unless such premises is fully fenced.
Ordinance #1743 - An Ordinance prohibiting the keeping or harboring of fertile dogs and cats without an unaltered permit/Breeder's License.
It shall be unlawful for any owner to house, harbor, own or keep more than a total of five (5) dogs and or cats in a residential area that are over four months of age.
To report Animal Attacks, call 911