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Angel's Story

Lee County Animal Control first met Angel, a six month old husky mix puppy, on a hot July day in 2011. She was chained up on a front porch with no water or shelter from the hot sun. She was prone to trembling, possibly caused by neglect and/or abuse. Fortunately, after a week in the custody of Animal Control the trembling had subsided and we were able to begin the search for the perfect family to adopt Angel. (Read more...)

Our dedication to provide service is made possible through revenue generated by pet license fees. Your license fee helps us to maintain and improve a broad range of vital services related to the needs of the animals and people of Lee County.

To report an animal bite, for response to any animal related complaint, or to receive information on any of the animal services or related ordinances contact the Animal Control office.

General Information 284-3833
Office Fax 284-3838
To Purchase a License
To Report Animals at Large

To Report Injured Animals

To Report Animal Bites
Inquire about a Lost Animal
Report a Lost or Found Animal


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