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Animal Control – June 4, 2018

Posted on May 28, 2018


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Also on Monday night, the City Council will hold public hearings to revise the animal control ordinance and update the fees. Proposed changes will incorporate recently approved changes to the Marin County ordinance with regards to potentially dangerous and vicious dogs, veterinarian reporting requirements for rabies vaccinations, and expanding the list of prohibited exotic animals. The City Council will also consider an update to the animal control fees. Fee increases range from $1 (for a one-year dog license) to $30 (for the fifth impoundment during a 12-month period of an unsterilized animal). So, as Bob Barker always says: please spay and neuter your pets.

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