As of February 1, 2014 at 0000 hours, Pasco County Animal Control will assume responsibility for enforcing Chapter 14 (Animals) of the Pasco County Code of Ordinances.
The services provided by animal control include, but are not limited to:
- Enforce Chapter 14 (Animals) of the Pasco County Code of Ordinances.
- Enforce State Statutes involving dogs and cats.
- Investigate animal cruelty complaints.
- Assist Law Enforcement Officer (LEO’s) with drug and vice raids where dogs pose a health and safety threat to the Officers.
- Assist LEO’s with traffic accidents when animals are inside vehicles.
- Assist LEO’s with suicides and homicides, when animals are protecting the decedent’s bodies.
- Assist LEO’s when animals are involved with legal eviction processes.
- Conducting animal bite investigations.
The full list of services is included in the file below.
Message from Chief Kim Bogart:
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I am proud to serve as Chief of Police. On behalf of the 65 members of the New Port Richey Police Department, thank you for working with us to make New Port Richey a great place to live and work.
Chief of Police