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No. City of Duncan Animal Control is separate from the Stephens County Humane Society, but Animal Control offers any dogs deemed adoptable, that are not claimed within the 72 hours hold time, to the Humane Society to be adopted.
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No, but City ordinance 4-421 requires that a current rabies tag be placed on your animal’s collar.
No. Ordinance 4-303 does not allow for chickens in residential areas. Only agriculturally zoned properties may have poultry. If you do not know your property’s zoning, contact Community Development at City Hall at 580-252-0250.
No, all dogs, regardless of breed type, that are impounded by Animal Control are held 72 hours.
You may get your dog out of impound by providing proof of a current rabies certificate, or prepayment of rabies vaccination through a licensed vet, paying the impound and boarding fees.
City ordinance 4-420 and OAC Title 310:599-3-9.1 state that a rabies vaccination can only be given by a licensed veterinarian.
You should call the police dispatch non-emergency number. Animal Control officers are dispatched through the Duncan Police Department.
Animal Control has a Lost and Found number. Please call this number and leave all your information. Be sure to leave a description of your animal, where it was lost and a good contact number. The Lost and Found number is 580-252-6608.
No. City ordinance 4-311 does not allow for any farm animal in residential area Only agriculturally zoned properties may have swine. If you do not know your property’s zoning, contact Community Development at City Hall at 580-252-0250.
No. City ordinance 4-503 does not allow for anyone to own any exotic snakes, animals or wildlife.