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If you choose to adopt an animal that has been picked up as a stray, you may go to the Animal Control Shelter located at 910 W 42nd Street and ask the staff for further information concerning adoptions or call 432-368-3527 to inquire.
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Call the Odessa Police Dispatch at 911.
You contact Odessa Police Dispatch at 432-333-3641 (the non-emergency number).
You may access this information on the Codes and Ordinances page.
You have two options:
According to Article 2-3 Dogs and Cats (Section 2-3-1 Maximum Number), "It shall be unlawful for any person to keep, possess, or maintain dogs and/or cats in a total number exceeding 4 per premises," i.e. 2 dogs 2 cats, 1 cat 3 dogs, etc.
According to Article 2-3 Dogs and Cats (Section 2-3-3), "The owner of each dog or cat four months of age or older shall obtain an annual vaccination-license certificate and tag from a veterinarian."
Yes. Contact 432-333-3641 (the Odessa Police Department non-emergency number) and an officer will gladly come out and assist/inform you.
If you live in the county, you need to contact the Ector County Sheriff’s Office at 432-335-3050.
Yes you can, but, we would rather you include our name and phone number so we may contact you if more information is needed. We never divulge your information.