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Yes. All animals 6 months old and up are required to be spayed/neutered, and all animals 4 months old and up are required to be Rabies vaccinated in compliance with Owasso city ordinance and Oklahoma state law.
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Yes. Dogs are required to be on a leash or under restraint. In all cases, restraint shall be sufficient to prevent the animal from biting, attacking, or having physical contact with any person, unattended children, or animal. An animal is considered under restraint under any of the following conditions:
2 dogs and 3 cats, however, some exemptions may apply for Tribal residents, service animals, and foster homes that have been validated by the Animal Shelter.
No. Per Owasso city ordinance 4-118 Wild And Exotic Animals; Prohibition On Keeping: " A. It shall be unlawful for any person to keep, harbor, maintain or have int his/her possession or under his/her control within the City (except reptiles which are defined in Section D), any venomous reptile or other wild animal, insect, or other exotic animal not generally recognized to be domesticated or which, because of size, vicious nature or any other characteristic, presents a danger to human beings..."
Stray animals may be brought to the Animal Shelter located at 500 S. Main St. during normal business hours, however, you must reside within the city limits of Owasso for the animal to be accepted. You will be required to provide proof of residency in the form of a photo ID/driver's license, utility bill, or lease/rental agreement.
Animals found outside Owasso city limits or found by persons not residing within Owasso city limits must take the animal to the appropriate jurisdictional facility or contact that jurisdiction for instruction. Tulsa County Animal Control: 918-596-5704. Rogers County Sheriff: 918-341-3535.
Yes. The surrender fee for cats is $10. The surrender fee for dogs is $25. Proof of residency within Owasso city limits is required.
Any Owasso resident living within the city limits of Owasso. You must provide proof of residency in the form of a photo ID/driver's license, utility bill, or lease/rental agreement.
No. Animals can only be dropped off during normal business hours by residents of Owasso city limits. It is a violation of both Owasso city ordinance and state law to dump/abandon an animal and is punishable by imprisonment up to one year, or up to $500 fine, or both. Any animal dumped or abandoned at the Animal Shelter is fully investigated and enforced.
You can report a barking dog to the Owasso Animal Shelter at 918-272-4965 during normal business hours, Monday - Sunday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
After hours, contact the Owasso Police Department non-emergency number at 918-272-2244, ignore the prompts and wait for a dispatcher to answer.