ANIMAL CONTROL Page Content*Staying Connected with the Animal Control Commission - COVID 19 Click here to attend virtual meeting and/or testify* Pet of the Week Too fast for the sluggish at heart, too slow for competition- poor Randall was surrendered to the shelter because he wasn’t fast enough to race but was then returned by his adoptive owner because he was more dog than they had time for. Much like Goldilocks, Randall is looking for a family that is Just Right. As an outside working dog, Randall just doesn’t have the indoor and people experience that many families want. Randall's new owner should either utilize him as a skijor or mushing companion, where he is confident and has experience, or be prepared to devote a lot of time and energy to transitioning Randall to become an indoor dog. Sweet and timid with a playful side that could come out with time, Randall needs an understanding owner who understands he is more like old fashioned oats, not the 1 minute microwave sort. Animal Control News COVID -19 Updates 6/12/20Animal Control will be reinstating impound fees beginning Monday June 15th.Adoption Fees will remain reduced by 50% with a two-month full price refund (from date of adoption) until further notice.Thank you for your patience as we discover and define our "New Normal".6/15/2020 12:09 PMUPDATE! The Peger Road office including: Transportation, Emergency Operations, Animal Control, and Air Quality will be closed to the public beginning Thursday March19, 2020 for an indefinite period of time. To contact our enforcement team, please call 907-459-1493. Our officers are still on duty but will be conducting most business over the phone or in the field. This will not effect the Animal Shelter at 2408 Davis Road.3/18/2020 2:52 PM Success Stories There are no items to show Mission Statement: To ensure the safety and well-being of all borough residents through proactive education and enforcement and to set the standard for outstanding animal care practices The Division of Animal Control protects the health and safety of the borough through promoting responsible pet ownership. At the shelter, the staff provides a safe and clean environment for animals anticipating an adoption, waiting to be reunited with their owners, under observation for rabies, or in protective custody. The staff also offers euthanasia services, live traps for rent, microchipping, and an annual rabies clinic. On the road, the animal control officers respond to and investigate complaints of loose, aggressive, noisy, sick or injured animals. The staff can also be seen throughout the community at fairs and other events. For wildlife concerns, contact Alaska Department of Fish and Game at 907-459-7200.