Animal Control Officer Tracy

Animal Control Officer Michele Tracy

 

Officer Michele Tracy protects people from problem animals and protects animals from harm. She is responsible for enforcing the City Municipal Code and Oregon State laws which prescribe the legal responsibilities for owning an animal, including basic care, requirements of nutrition, housing, sanitation, restraint, licensing, protection from abuse, and veterinary care. Protecting the public from harm also includes preventing or abating animal noise and bites, stray dogs, and aggressive or dangerous animals.

 Officer Tracy is an exceptional resource for further information on animal care, safety and training. You may contact Officer Tracy at 541-766-6924, Corvallis Police Department, 180 NW 5th Street. Hours are as follows:

Monday through Friday - 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM

Services of Animal Control
School and club animal care and safety presentations
Dog training information
Cruelty investigations
Animal noise investigations
Animal bite investigations
Sick and injured animal rescue
Dangerous animal control
Livestock problem intervention
Impounding dogs at large
Wild life rescue

 

WILD TURKEYS

Corvallis Municipal Ordinance 5.01.050.040.11 states:  1)  No person shall intentionally, knowingly, recklessly or with criminal negligence, place or allow to be placed in any manner food or other attractants attracting or feeding wild turkeys.  2)  A violation of this Section is a Class A infraction. 

WHAT TO DO ABOUT WILD TURKEYS

 

DOG OBEDIENCE TRAINING

The Corvallis Police Department recommends that dog owners participate in dog obedience training. To locate a dog trainer, consult local directories under "Dog training," call a humane society, or consult with your veterinarian.

CATS
Cats are considered personal property. Cats are permitted to roam at large, but they are required to wear a collar, tag, or other device identifying the cat's owner. An owner of a cat which damages the property of others, including gardens, may be found liable for damages resulting from the animal's behavior. "Dangerous" cats can also be impounded or destroyed when at large.

IMPOUNDED ANIMALS
Impounded animals are taken to the Heartland Humane Society Shelter, 398 SW Twin Oaks Circle, 541-757-9000. Please call for shelter hours.

IF YOUR PET IS MISSING
1. Call the Heartland Humane Society at (541) 757-9000.
2. Place an ad in the newspaper and on the radio.

IF YOU FIND A PET
Any person who finds a lost/stray animal shall notify the Animal Control Officer or the Heartland Humane Society within 48 hours. The finders may surrender the animal to the Animal Control Officer or the Heartland Humane Society or retain possession of it, subject to surrender upon demand of the Animal Control Officer.
 
Ownership of an animal other than livestock and wildlife can be established through compliance with provisions of ORS 98.005.

Last updated: 6/16/2016 5:02:48 PM