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Citizen Comments

The changes are essential for encouraging responsible pet ownership within Douglas County while providing the necessary regulation to resolve domestic animal and human conflict when it arises.  The current resolution was passed in 1998 and amended in 1999.  During the past twenty years, the human and pet population in Douglas County has increased.  When human animal conflicts arise, now more than ever, the community expects timely and effective resolution.

Please provide your comments regarding Proposed Amendments to the Resolution for the Control and Licensing of Dogs and Pet Animals.

The Comment Period for the Proposed Amendments to the Douglas County Resolution for the Control and Licensing of Dogs and Household Pets is now closed.