On January 1st of 2018, the duties of Dog Control will be turned over to the CNYASPCA. The dog control is just for dogs. Cats and wildlife will not be handled by the CNYASPCA.
Published: Friday, December 29, 2017
On January 1st of 2018, the switch in Dog Control will be turned over to the CNYASPCA. The dog control is just for dogs. Cats and wildlife will not be handled by the CNYASPCA.
The process for redemption will remain the same; the dog will need proof of current license in Tully before being redeemed. If the dog does not have a license then they will need to obtain one with the town clerk before the dog will be released. If the dog does not have proof of rabies for its license, we are able to give a dog this when we have a veterinarian present; this is typically 1-3 days per week that we do have one.
This is the number to call if you have found or seen a dog running at large that needs to be picked up. Mark Kulak is the DCO and is excellent about returning phone calls when he is in the office; you need to leave only one message. If he is out on PTO, then we do have one of our cruelty officers cover for him.
(315) 454-4479 option 0
This will be for anyone looking to reclaim a lost dog of theirs that would like instructions on how to do so or any redemption questions that might have. This number will bring you directly to our operator who will return the call if they do not answer.