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Code Enforcement officers will evaluate the welfare of the animal first. If the animal's welfare is acceptable, we advise the owner concerning the complaint and ask that they take measures to quiet their animal(s). Code Enforcement keeps records of all complaints. The complaining party may fill out a barking dog incident log. Code Enforcement may not issue a citation for a plaintiff without a a barking dog log entry to appear in court with the defendant and citing officer.
Yes we can. We help in removing squirrels, raccoons, groundhogs, opossum and snakes. We do not help with bees and birds. We also are not able to go into attics or crawl spaces. We use live traps to catch the animals.