Free Rabies Clinics
 

T. of North Harmony
When: Tuesday, September 18, 2018
Time: 5:00-7:00P.M.
Where: Ashville Fire Station #2 5338 Stow Rd., Ashville
Vet: Dr. Time Rice

T. of Carroll
When: Friday, September 21, 2018
Time: 5:00-7:00P.M.
Where: Town of Carol Old Highway Building 5 W. Main St., Frewsburg
Vet: Dr. Patricia Fales

T. of Pomfret
When: Saturday, September 29, 2018
Time: 9:00-Noon
Where: Town of Pomfret Highway Barnes, 9636 Chautauqua Rd.
Vet: Dr. Katie Ball
***NO FERAL CATS PLEASE**** THANK YOU FOR YOUR UNDERSTANDING IN WANTING TO KEEP OUR HANDLERS SAFE.

T. of Gerry
When: Saturday, October 13, 2018
Time: 9:00-Noon
Where: Town of Gerry Highway Garage, Rt. 60
Vet: Dr. Katie Ball

Pomfret Dog Control Officer

Daniel Smith
Doug Bunge
Joshua Cybart
Phone: 716-679-5646

Dog Control Officer

Every licensing town, city or village must have a Dog Control Officer (DCO) and municipal shelter services.

Dog Control Officers are employed by both the Town of Pomfret and the Village of Fredonia.

The DCO and shelter service enforces both State and any local dog laws and ordinances.

Further, it is the DCO's responsibility to pick up lost and stray dogs and humanely care for them until they can be reunited with their owners or the specific time frame required by the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets has been met, which ever comes first.

Dogs are not released until they are properly immunized against rabies infection and all licensing and impound fees are paid.

If your dog is lost or you find a lost dog, immediately contact your local DCO or shelter.

Owners should seek lost unidentified dogs at the municipal shelter.

If a dog is lost but identified with a NYS identification tag, the DCO will contact the NYS Dept. of Agriculture and Markets to trace the dog tag to the owner.

The local dog control officer must institute action for violations of both state and local laws. Fines or civil penalties shall be up to $25 for the first offense, $50 for the second and $100 for the third and subsequent offenses.

If dogs injure or kill livestock, the local assessor should be notified immediately. Do NOT destroy or bury the animals. They must be available for examination so the assessor can appraise the damage.