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Call 767-3333 or check the Bay County Animal Control website for available pets for adoption.
View the Adoption Fees page for information regarding adoption costs.
Call the Bay County Animal Control Dispatch at 850-248-6034 or Bay County Animal Shelter at 850-767-3333.
Concerns About wildlife are best addressed by calling the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission at 850-265-3676 or 888-404-3922.
Contact Animal Control Dispatch at 850-248-6034 to report violations of the Noise Ordinance Number 13-34, Chapter 4 Section 302. Once the investigating Officer has received at least two unrelated adult witnesses from different residences, a sworn affidavit attesting to the committing of a nuisance pursuant to such Section or subsection, or the citing Officer has witnessed the commission of such a nuisance. Affidavits attesting to the nuisance must come from residents within a three-block radius (approximately 900-foot radius). Affidavits can be obtained from the Bay County Animal Services website.
You are allowed 4 animals. 4 dogs or 4 cats, or any combo of each not to exceed 4 total animals.
Any amount as long as they are properly cared for.
Contact the Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission at 850-265-3676 or 888-404-3922 for additional information about snakes. Snake problems are best handled by professional pest control companies. However, if you have captured a snake or find yourself in any unsafe situation concerning a snake, contact Animal Services Dispatch at 850-784-4005 and describe the situation.
Rodent problems are best handled by professional pest control companies.
Bay County Animal Control will micro chip your pet for a fee of $10 if you bring your pet to the Animal Control facility during regular business hours.
Call Animal Control dispatch at 850-784-4005 with the location of the animal(s) and describe the situation.
Yes, as long as they are being properly cared for.
Concerns about wildlife including birds are best addressed by calling Florida Fish and Wildlife Commission. Call them at 850-265-3676 or 888-404-3922.
Concerns about alligators or other dangerous wildlife are best addressed by calling FWC at 850-265-3676 or 888-404-3922, or the Alligator Trapper hotline 866-392-4286.
Go to the Bay County Court House, Traffic Division with your copy of the citation.
Not a citation, but a notice that there has been a complaint in regards to your animal(s).
Call Bay County shelter at 850-767-3333 or check the website.
Call Animal Control Dispatch at 850-784-4005 and ask for a records request for an Animal Control report. Be sure to have the date and location of the reports with your wish.
Yes. The charge is $0.15 per page.
Bay County Animal Control covers the unincorporated areas of Bay County, Callaway, Parker, Panama City, Panama City Beach and Springfield.
Call 850-265-4699 or 850-265-1112.
Take pictures or video of the dog(s) off property running loose. Once they are developed call Animal Control dispatch at 850-784-4005 and advise the operator that you have pictures/video for pick up, and the offending address.
If you would like to hold the animal, call the shelter at 850-767-3333 to fill out a missing animal report. If you wish the animal picked up, call Animal Control dispatch at 850-767-3333.
There is a $50 refundable deposit for dog traps and a $35 refundable deposit for cat traps. Trap deposits are refundable upon return of trap within 7 day period.
The euthanasia fee is $30 and you have to bring the animal to the shelter. Private cremation services are available for $30 with an additional $10 charge for return of ashes.
You should have a description of the animal(s), what they are currently doing, what direction they are heading, any collars or tags, location of the owners.