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Yes. All dogs must be confined or in the owner’s physical control at all times. Physical control means a leash . Voice Command is not physical control. Outdoor cats, as long as they are not being a nuisance, are not required to be kept confined. They are, however, required to be altered (spayed or neutered), vaccinated against rabies, microchipped, and licensed with the city. If an outdoor cat does become a nuisance to the neighborhood, it will be required to be kept confined or could be impounded by Animal Control.
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You can go in to Rogers Animal Shelter at 2935 West Oak Street or, now, you can fill out a Request for City License form right here on this website.
Yes. Per Rogers City Code 6-102, an owner is responsible for the prevention of excessive noises emanating from their premises and becoming a nuisance.
If your property is zoned A-1 for agriculture, you may have as many female fowl as you deem necessary, as long as they are kept confined to your property. If your property is zoned RSF, Residential Single Family (single family houses), you may have fowl, but with regulations. You must have the proper permit. You must must apply for a permit and be inspected within ten (10) days of applying for the permit before the permit is approved. You are allowed up to 4 fowl on your premises, they all must be females and no males, and the coup must be 2 feet off the ground and 25 feet from neighbors’ homes. You can apply for the Fowl Permit at Rogers Animal Services. There is a fee of $5 for the permit. Refer to Rogers City Ordinances 6-228 through 6-230 for more details on fowl in the City.
Yes. We have dogs and cats available for adoption.
There are few ways to view our adoptable animals. You can view our available animals right here on our web page by clicking the appropriate link found on the left side of the page. Additionally, there are three other different websites where you can view our animals: petfinder.com, adoptapet.com, and petharbor.com. And of course there is always the old fashion way, just call (479)621-1197 to make an appointment to come on down to the shelter and meet them in person. Also, if you come down to the shelter, you will be able to get the animal out of a kennel and meet them or introduce them to the new pet siblings they will be sharing a home with.
Once you find a pet that fits into your home, you will need to fill out an application. For any other requirements please call us at 479-621-1197 or email us at [email protected]
Yes. As per Arkansas State Statute 20-19-103(a), it is unlawful for any animal shelter, humane organization, or rescue group to release an animal that has not been altered to the new owner; unless it is under three (3) months or not healthy enough to handle the surgery, at which point you will be responsible for making sure it gets altered when it reaches the correct age or state of health. A violation of this statute would result in a citation with a fine of up to $500.
Yes. Community Service can be done from 8am to 4:30pm Monday through Saturday. This gives them eight (8) hours of work with a thirty (30) minute lunch. They must wear proper attire: appropriate tops, no tank tops, strapless, or spaghetti-strap type tops; long pants, no shorts; and closed-toed shoes. Also, if the worker is under eighteen (18) years of age, they must have a parent or guardian over the age eighteen with them. We accept workers with any offences except theft (including shoplifting) animal cruelty charges or drug charges.
Yes, we have a ton of volunteer opportunities. Please call the shelter at 479-621-1197 or email us at [email protected] for more information.
Yes, there is a low cost spay and neuter clinic. Spay Arkansas, located in Springdale, open Monday through Wednesday, call 479-756-1100 for appointments;
No, Rogers Animal Services does not services traps other than our own.