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If their nest has been damaged it can be repaired. Look for a shallow depression lined with grass/fur. Place babies in the nest with light layers of grass to hide them. Leave the area, or the mother won’t return. (Mothers return only at dawn & dusk.) If you find healthy bunnies that are 4-5 inches long, able to hop, with eyes open and ears up, they do not need help. They are able to survive on their own. Leave them alone. Questions? Call a wildlife rehabilitator.
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Photos of animals at the Adoption Center are posted daily. You can also find information about programs and services on this website. For a complete list of Animal Control related ordinances, please see Municipal Code.
Animal Services also has and adoption program and presents educational programs for anyone interested in learning more about Animal Services. If you are looking to add a pet to your family, there are a number of animals at the Adoption Services who need a foster home and please contact the Animal Services office if you would like to have someone speak to your group at 817-230-0460.
Animal Control has a humane trapping program and allows residents to check out animal traps.
Please call Animal Services at 817-230-0460 to report stray animals in area neighborhoods.
The City does have regulations for different types of animals. If you are thinking about owning a pet other than a cat or dog, please call our office for more information.
Yes, to register your pet, you must have a current Rabies Certificate. Registration fees can be paid at the Animal Control office. The fee is $10 annually for altered pets and $30 for unaltered pets.
Yes, you must pick up after your pet in all areas.
Call a wildlife rehabilitator.
Place baby in nest/den or place baby in shallow box close to where it was found. Keep it warm but out of sun. If you find the mother leave the baby with the mother! If not call a wildlife rehabilitator.