No. As per Valdez Municipal Code 6.08.020 - No owner or caretaker shall fail to properly restrain his/her animal to prevent it from running at large.
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Yes! The non-profit group, Friends of the Valdez Animal Shelter, has a low cost spay neuter program. Please stop by the shelter to pick up an application today!
Please drop it off at the Animal Shelter and speak with the Shelter Attendant. For after hours drops, please place the pet in our drop box kennels located inside the first set of double doors and call (907)835-4560 to have an Officer bring it inside and provide it with water.
Please call (907)835-4560 and have an Officer come to pick up the animal directly.
The Valdez Animal Shelter accepts donations of almost all kinds. We are regularly in need of clean blankets, dog/cat beds, and kennels and carriers.
Yes. As per Valdez Municipal Code 6.12.030 - All dogs must be vaccinated against Rabies, Hepatitis, Distemper and Parvo virus.
All animals must be properly restrained to prevent it from running at large. Restraint is defined as physical confinement, as by leash, chain, fence or building. Please help prevent accidents and injury by keeping your pets on leash.
Please call Animal Control at (907) 835-4560 to report all suspected cases of cruelty, neglect, or bites.
Please stop by the shelter and fill out an application today!
Yes. As per Valdez Municipal Code 6.08.010 - All animal litter deposited on any public or private property not possessed by the owner or custodian must be disposed of in a sanitary manner.