Dog License Apply for or renew a dog license, or check the status of a request. Register a guard dog or report loss, theft, or transfer of ownership. Horse Drawn Cab License Apply for or renew a license to own or drive a horse drawn cab that is for hire to passengers. Service Dogs You can get information about licensing and getting access to service dogs.
See Also: How To Register A Service Animal
The zoo might be an excellent alternate location if you would like to get animals pictures without the need of having a trip to safari in summer time. You can acquire their pictures inside the safe bench that is certainly available close to the cages. To produce you success in having the photographs of animals that you might want, you may comply with the following guidelines.
Outside of a jungle of rain-washed pines and junipers spearing the new blueness of your Florida sky, ran a small, tawny-haired boy. His bare feet, extending from his overalled legs, crackled towards the fallen palmettos. He leaped in to the air, flinging his arms toward a flock of white doves circling higher than him.
Enforcement of laws and ordinances relating to animals Dangerous and menacing animals If you or your pet have been victims of aggressive behavior displayed by another animal, call us immediately at (206) 386-7387. If you have a life-threatening situation involving both humans and animals, call 911. Reports of dangerous or menacing animals will be investigated by our officers. Statements from the victim, owner and any witnesses will be taken.
Proof of rabies vaccination may be required. The animal may be quarantined and/or impounded. Citations and/or criminal charges may result. Injured or dead animals (including wildlife) Injured or dead animals can be picked up by our staff. Dead wildlife under 15 pounds can be double-bagged and placed in your garbage can. Animal welfare or cruelty Animal cruelty includes abandonment of a pet, physical abuse, failure to provide food, water, shelter or veterinary care, fighting of animals, putting animals in a situation that causes distress (i.
e. a hot car) or keeping an animal in unsanitary conditions. If you are concerned for the welfare of an animal, contact us immediately at (206) 386-7387. Officers will investigate the situation. Depending on the nature of the case, officers may impound the animal or give the owner a time period to come into compliance. Citations and/or criminal charges may result. Stray and abandoned pets Failure to scoop pet waste Animal waste must be removed immediately from public property or property not owned by the pet owner.
Additionally, pet waste must be scooped every 24 hours from the pet owner's property. If you observe a pet owner not scooping their pet's waste and have the address or license plate information of the pet owner, our officers will investigate. If you do not have the information about the pet owner, you can pick up a "Scoop It" sign from the Seattle Animal Shelter or print a "Scoop It" sign yourself.
Visit Seattle Public Utilities' Pet Waste pollution page. Failure to leash a pet (cats and pigeons excluded) All pets, except cats and pigeons, are required to be on-leash when off their property. Learn How We Respond. Property damage caused by pets Cats, dogs and other pets that cause property damage to public or private property can be reported to the shelter. Learn How We Respond. Surrendering a pet Before surrendering your pet, please read our Surrender Your Pet section.
If you live within the city limits of Seattle, and you are unable to bring your pet to the shelter to be surrendered, our staff can pick up that pet. A fee will apply. Unlicensed dogs, cats, miniature goats or pot-bellied pigs All dogs, cats, miniature goats and pot-bellied pigs are required to have a Seattle pet license. Find out more on our Licensing page. Unreasonable animal noise Animals that make unreasonable noise can be reported to the shelter.
Unreasonable noise includes loud and raucous, and frequent, repetitive, or continuous sounds made by any animal. Learn How We Respond.