Questions about Animal Welfare
|Where are lost animals taken when they are picked up?|
Answer: Impounded animals are taken to the Humane Society of the South Platte Valley animal shelter which is located at 2129 W. Chenango Ave. in Littleton (303-703-2938 - Web site: http://hsspv.org/). The shelter has the following hours: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday 11 am to 6 pm; Wednesday 3 pm to 6 pm; and Sunday 12 pm to 5 pm.
|What can I do about a neighbor's constantly barking dog?|
|Answer: You can contact Code Enforcement/Animal Welfare (303-762-2335) or the Englewood Dispatch Center (303-761-7410) to report a barking dog problem. Officers will usually issue a verbal warning to the pet's owner. Please note that in order to cite a dog's owner into Municipal Court, two identified witnesses from separate households are required.|
|How many dogs and cats can I own in the City of Englewood?|
|Answer: Residents can have a combination of no more than four dogs and/or cats, provided that there are no more than three dogs or three cats in any household.|
|Does Englewood have any pet licensing requirements or breed-specific bans?|
|Answer: Englewood does not require dogs or cats to be licensed, although they must be vaccinated for rabies (dogs and cats are required to wear a collar with a current rabies tag). Currently, there are no breed-specific bans.|
|How do I report an animal problem?|
Answer: If you suspect an Animal Welfare problem, you can:
If you have a question that isn't answered in this section, please send an e-mail to Commander Gary Condreay.
Please visit the Animal Welfare section of our Web site for more animal-related information.