Each city on the Omaha Metro has unique laws that govern pet ownership. Look at the ground rules you need to follow to be a law-abiding pet owner. 1. Any trader, professional dog or cat breeder, animal shelter, animal shelter, animal control facility or pet store, or any other retailer who transfers ownership of a dog or cat to a final consumer, shall provide the final consumer of each dog or cat with written documents at the time of sale, in a form determined by this seller, information about the benefits of castration and castration. Written materials include recommendations for establishing a relationship with a veterinarian, information on spaying and neutering at an early age, the health benefits associated with spaying and neutering pets, the importance of minimizing the risk of homeless or unwanted animals, and the need to comply with applicable licensing laws. Since each city in the Omaha subway has different laws around pet ownership, we`ve put together a quick overview to help you determine the ground rules you need to follow to comply with the law`s guidelines. For a complete list of municipal ordinances, contact your city offices. (c) Ensure that all surgical deliveries or other surgical procedures are performed under anaesthesia by a licensed veterinarian. Commercial dog breeders can remove dew claws and perform tail amputation in sterile conditions during the first seven days of the dog`s life. wounds are treated and monitored by the breeder; and (4) At the end of the seizure, a pet or hybrid animal may be claimed by paying a fixed pound fee and complying with the rabies vaccination requirement set out in sections 71-4401 to 71-4412 within seventy-two hours after release. If the pet or hybrid animal is not recovered after five days, the authorities may dispose of the pet or hybrid animal in accordance with applicable laws or rules and regulations. If the DCAS is contacted about a barking dog, the animal welfare officer will first issue a warning and a request for compliance based on a written statement from the complainant. If a second written statement is submitted, a criminal judgement may be issued.

Each violation is considered a separate offence and is punishable by a separate penalty. 1. The provisions of Articles 71-4401 to 71-4412 relating to vaccination do not apply to pets or hybrids belonging to a person temporarily staying in the State of Nebraska for less than thirty days, to pets or hybrids moved to the State of Nebraska for the purpose of field trials or exhibition, nor to pets or hybrids released for a period of less than thirty days. These pets or hybrids must be kept under the strict supervision of the owner. It is illegal to bring pets or hybrid animals into the State of Nebraska that do not comply with Nebraska State animal health laws and import regulations that apply to pets or hybrids. Incessant barking can disturb the tranquility of a neighborhood. In addition, it is a violation of Douglas County Resolution 019-029. In the State of Nebraska, all laws, ordinances, codes or rules and regulations relating to rabies control or vaccination of companion animals or hybrids against rabies are enforced by county, community, city and village health and law enforcement workers, or other officials with regulatory authority.

as determined by the political subdivisions in force. § 54-618. Dangerous dogs; the necessary measures; Cost; transport restrictions; permanent relocation; Procedure. 1. A dangerous dog declared as such shall be sterilized and microchipped by an approved veterinarian within thirty days of such declaration. The cost of both procedures is borne by the owner of the dangerous dog. Once the procedures have been completed, written proof of both procedures and the microchip identification number must be submitted to the animal control authority. 2. The owner of a dangerous dog shall not allow the dog to go beyond his property unless the dog is securely attached by a chain or leash.

3. Except in the cases referred to in subsection (4) of this section or for appropriate veterinary purposes, no owner of a dangerous dog shall transport the dog or permit it to be transported to another district. City or village in this state. (4) The owner of a dangerous dog may transport or register the dog for the purpose of permanent relocation of the owner to another county, city or village in that state if the owner has obtained written permission from the animal control authority of the county, city, prior to the move. or village where the owner lives and the county, town or village where the owner will live. Any animal control authority may issue such a permit based on a reasonable assessment of the owner and the dog, even if the owner has complied with the laws of that state and county, city or village where the owner resides with respect to dangerous dogs after the dog has been found to be dangerous. An animal control authority will not issue permits under this subsection if the county, city or village has an order or resolution prohibiting the relocation of dangerous dogs. After the permanent move, the animal control authority of the county, city or village where the owner resides will monitor the owner and this dog for a period of not less than thirty days, but not more than ninety days, to ensure that the owner complies with the laws of that state and county, city. or village in relation to dangerous dogs. This paragraph does not allow the cancellation of the notification of a dangerous dog.

(1) Animal control authority means an agency empowered to enforce the animal control laws of a county, city, village or state, including any local law enforcement agency or other authority designated by a county, city or village to enforce the animal control laws of that county, town or village; § 54-624. Dangerous dogs; local laws or ordinances. Nothing in sections 54-617 to 54-623.01 shall be interpreted as preventing or prohibiting a county or city administration board from enacting and applying an Act or ordinance at least as strict as the provisions of sections 54-617 to 54-623.01. If Animal Control receives a complaint, a license and rabies vaccination will be conducted. The normal procedure is to send a letter to the dog owner and inform them of the complaint and a letter to the complainant informing them of the next steps. If the barking continues, the complainant must call after 10 days and within 30 days. Neighbors are encouraged to try to resolve disputes on their own. Nothing in the Dog and Cat Purchase Protection Act limits all rights and remedies otherwise available under the laws of this state. Any agreement or contract between a seller and a buyer that waives any right under the law is void. Nothing in the law protecting against the purchase of dogs and cats should be construed as limiting a seller to offer only those express or implied warranties required by law.

(2) If a vendor disputes a buyer`s claim under sections 54-647, the vendor may require the buyer to present the animal for examination or autopsy by a licensed veterinarian designated by the seller. The seller will bear all costs associated with this examination or autopsy. The seller has a right of claim against the buyer if the seller is not obliged to perform at a later date. 1. A primary pen provides enough space appropriate to the age, size, weight and breed of each dog or cat. For the purposes of this Division, sufficient space means sufficient space to allow a dog or cat to turn around without touching another animal, to stand, sit, lie down and walk normally in a comfortable and normal position without the animal`s head touching the top of the pen, must be at least six inches above the head of the largest animal, when the animal is standing; (1) It is unlawful for a person to operate without a valid licence or to be revoked or suspended during the course of a licence if a licence is required under the Commercial Dog and Cat Operators Inspection Act. The licensee shall not act in a manner inconsistent with the Act or the rules and regulations made and made under this Act or that interferes with the duties of the Ministry or a final order of the Director under the Act. Wildlife often tries to coexist with us, even in residential and urban areas. Often, our homes and businesses encroach on areas that have been habitats for groups of wildlife for years. Yes! Here you can get information and apply for a feral cat colony keeper permit. 6.

The operation of a suspended licensee is closed and remains closed until the licence is reinstated. Any operation for which the licence has been revoked shall be closed and remain closed until a new licence is issued.