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Stray animals are held for three days (72 hours). Animal Control makes every reasonable attempt to contact the owner of those animals with licenses or identification. After the three-day period (72 hours), animals may be offered for adoption or euthanized.
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A dog/cat-at-large may be picked up by Animal Control and impounded at our facility or returned to the owner if the dog/cat has a current license tag or other identification. The owner may also be issued a dog/cat-at-large citation and be fined by the Jenks Police Department. Citations may require a court appearance.
Animal Control personnel or police officers enforce local leash laws in the City of Jenks. Animal Control has the authority to catch stray animals. Jenks Police Officers will issue citations if necessary.
Animal Control is dispatched to pick up dogs/cats when they are stray on private or public property.
If your dog or cat is wearing an accurate up to date pet tag or a microchip, we will contact you and let you know it was impounded. If your dog or cat is not licensed, the best way to find out if the animal has been impounded call 918-299-6311. Impound, boarding and license fees will be charged to reclaim your animal. Animals can lose their tags; owners should call even if their animal was wearing identification.
Animal redemption fees include: