Animal Control & Town Code Enforcement
We are here to serve and provide a safe place for Pinedale citizens and their pets by ensuring that animals have appropriate vaccinations through licensing and by minimizing public contact with nuisance animals.
Animal Control enforces Town animal ordinances pertaining to our leash laws, cruelty to animals, impounding of dangerous/vicious animals, and investigation of animal bites.
We pick up and contain stray, sick or injured, and feral animals and transport them to the appropriate destination. Emergency animal rescue, emergency night calls, and basic first aid are performed when required. We also set traps to capture evasive domestic and feral animals.
If your dog or cat has run away, please contact the Town of Pinedale Animal Control to see if your pet was brought into our facility. A lot of animals are brought in over holiday weekends and after thunderstorms. Please also be aware that we will hold them for five days. If a dog or cat has not been claimed within five days, it is then eligible for adoption.
The Town of Pinedale does not practice euthanasia; instead we find suitable homes for all animals as quickly as possible.
You may reach our animal control officer at 307-367-4136.
ARE DOGS ALLOWED IN THE PARK?
Yes, but they must be leashed. Also please use the doggy bags and pots the Town provides.
WHAT KIND OF ANIMALS CAN YOU TRAP?
We can trap feral cats, raccoons, and skunks. Please call us if these animals are causing a nuisance at 307-367-4136.
DO YOU ADOPT ANIMALS OUT FROM ANIMAL CONTROL?
Yes! If you are interested in adopting an animal, please call us at 307-367-4136.
DOES THE TOWN OF PINEDALE HAVE A LEASH LAW?
Yes, the Town of Pinedale does have a leash law. Dogs within Town limits that are not on the responsible person's property must be leashed with a leash no longer than 10 feet.
I CANNOT KEEP MY PET, CAN YOU HELP ME?
Animal Control is an impound facility and does not take unwanted pets. However, we can assist you in finding a new home for your pet. For relinquishments, please contact Happy Endings Animal Rescue (HEAR) at 307-360-6000.
Animal Control &
Hours: M-F 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Closed from 12:00-1:00 PM
Call the Sheriff's Office for after hours animal assistance:
Wyoming Game & Fish Dept.