Maricopa Animal Control Leash Laws

Facebook Share Twitter Share LinkedIn Share Pinterest Share Reddit Share E-Mail Share

A permit must be obtained by the Maricopa County Board of Supervisors, unless each individual dog is licensed. The permit fee is $75 yearly. Dogs residing under a kennel do not need to be licensed. Dogs leaving must be, unless they are being moved to another kennel. A $25 fee will be incurred if the permit is not renewed.

1. Estimated Reading Time: 6 mins

Preview

Posted in: Maricopa county dog leash lawShow details

Leash laws explained; new police tip-line shared. By. Erin Roman. -. Dec 9, 2012. 2264. Pinal County Animal Care and Control warns Maricopa dog owners to leash up or face a warning and possible citation. “All dogs have to be on a leash or you better be holding it,” Animal Control director Kaye Dickson told Maricopa residents during Saturday

Preview

Posted in: Maricopa county dog lawsShow details

A. Animal Control and Handling of Animals: A County enforcement agent shall enforce the provisions of A.R.S. § 11-1001 through A.R.S. § 11-1029 or any additional provisions by initiating a case against the responsible person or persons by the filing and prosecution to

Preview

Posted in: Animal LawShow details

No person in charge of any dog shall permit such dog in a public park or upon any public school property unless the dog is physically restrained by a leash, enclosed in a car, cage or similar enclosure or being exhibited or trained at a recognized kennel club event, public school or park sponsored event. CREDIT (S)

Preview

Posted in: Property Law, Animal LawShow details

The online version of the Maricopa County Ordinances is updated several times per year. While every attempt is made to keep this online version current, it should be used for reference only. The official version of the Ordinances and the most recent ordinance amendments may be found in the Office of the Clerk of the Board of Supervisors.

Preview

Posted in: Law CommonsShow details

1. "Animal" means any animal of a species that is susceptible to rabies, except man. 2. "At large" means being neither confined by an enclosure nor physically restrained by a leash. 3. "County board of health" means the duly constituted board of health of each county. 4.

Preview "PDF/Adobe Acrobat"

Preview

Posted in: Animal Law, Health LawShow details

The Arizona leash law covers a number of areas related to your dog and its ability to get around. This is covered under title 11, chapter 7, article 6 & 6.1. There have been far too many instances of dogs biting people or other canines that were wandering around neighborhoods unrestrained. As a result, the state legislature, working with county

Preview

Posted in: Law CommonsShow details

The laws in Maricopa County and all of MCACC’s contracted jurisdictions—including Phoenix—require all dogs to be on a leash no greater than 6 feet in length when not on the owner’s property, and confined by a fence suitable to contain the dog when at home.

Preview

Posted in: Contract Law, Property LawShow details

Animal Laws and Statutes: 3-1311 - Dogs killing or chasing livestock; liability of owner; classification (Page 1) 11-1001 – Definitions (Page 1) 11-1002 - Powers and duties of the state veterinarian and the Arizona department of agriculture (Page 2) 11-1003 - Powers and duties of department of health services (Page 2)

Preview "PDF/Adobe Acrobat"

Preview

Posted in: Services Law, Animal LawShow details

Maricopa Animal Control (law, legal, versus) User Name: Remember Me: Password : Please register to participate in our discussions with 2 million other members - it's free and quick! Some forums can only be seen by registered members. After you create your account,

Preview

Posted in: Animal LawShow details

1. Find the phone number for animal control. You usually report leash law violations to your city or county’s animal control department. You can find the number in your phone book or on the Internet. Search for “your city” and “animal control” in a search engine. Check if there is a fax number and email address available as well.

1. Views: 50K

Preview

Posted in: Animal Law, Sea LawShow details

Maricopa City Council unanimously passed an ordinance Tuesday during their regular meeting which establishes already posted guidelines as law, allowing for any violation to be punishable by citation. Interim Parks Director Fred Gray said the move gives police and animal-control officers the ability to enforce the rules with possible citations.

Preview

Posted in: Animal LawShow details

DOGS Victoria (Victorian Canine Association) is the peak body representing owners and breeders of purebred dogs in Victoria and has a history dating back to 1877. More than 280 individual clubs representing a single breed, a group of breeds or all breeds are affiliated with DOGS Victoria. DOGS Victoria is a member of the Australian National Kennel Council.

Preview

Posted in: Law CommonsShow details

or 13-2910.01 (dog fighting), or similar violations of any other state, county or municipal animal welfare law. (Violations of license and leash laws DO NOT apply). 4. _____ I/We certify that all dogs over the age of three (3) months that are kept, harbored or maintained on the

Preview

Posted in: Animal LawShow details

Leash Law Violation. Use this form to report a violation of Maricopa County's leash law. Pet Owner Info Update. Use this form to notify ACC of a change of Address, Phone Number or Email for the current owner. Recurring Donations. Contact MCACC if you have questions regarding setting up a recurring donation to us.

Preview

Posted in: Contact Lawyer, Form LawShow details

For non-emergency animal-related calls, please call 520-316-6812 Monday-Thursday, or 520-568-3673 Friday-Sunday. The mission of City of Maricopa Animal Care & Control is for Maricopans to live in a community that promotes the humane treatment of animals through education, advocacy, and community service.

Preview

Posted in: Animal Law, Education LawShow details

Arizona’s leash law restricts if and when a pet owner may allow his or her dog to roam off-leash. The universal law aims to help citizens feel safer while walking around public areas, such as parks and fields. Arizona Revised Statute 11-1012 contains the state’s central leash law. It prohibits pet owners from allowing their dogs to run at large in public parks or on …

Preview

Posted in: Law CommonsShow details

Please leave your comments here:

Related Topics

New Popular Law

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the animal laws in maricopa county?

Maricopa County animal laws are no different. They regulate things such as rabies vaccines and leash laws. Maricopa County animal laws pertain to licenses. All dogs that live in the county for 30 or more consecutive days, who are three months of age or older, must be licensed.

How do i report a leash law violation in arizona?

Maricopa county in Arizona, for example, allows you to report leash law violations online, provided you know the animal’s owner. You will be prompted to provide the following information:

Where can i find the leash law in my area?

Your city or county government might publish its leash law. You can find it on the government website or by stopping into the town office and asking for a copy. Pay attention to what constitutes a violation of the law:

What is maricopa county doing to help animal abusers?

Now, thanks to the Maricopa County Attorney's Office and its heightened commitment to prosecute animal abusers, the couple are among the first to have a victim's advocate assigned to help them through their case.

Most Popular Search