Green Bay Police Department Animal Control Team
Stray Animal Statistics (June 2013 – January 2015)
|Died at PVC||5||4||0|
|Intake from Citizens||299||372||20|
|Itake from Animal Control||599||952||31|
|Abandoned at PVC||1||0||0|
How to Contact Animal Control[back to top of page]
You can also email Animal Control Officer Sharon Hensen here.
Wildlife Habitat of Northeast Wisconsin (WHONEW)
Support Animal Abuse / Domestic Violence Prevention [back to top of page]
- Creation of Educational Presentations and Materials for school children
- Discounted Spaying and Neutering of Pets
- Concerned Citizens’ Fact Sheet
- Educators Fact Sheet
- Kids Brochure
- Domestic Violence Assistance
- Teens Brochure
About Animal Control [back to top of page]
Legislative Action [back to top of page]
Read LRB-1421/1 here. The bill proposed with Sharon Hensen’s assistance is being sponsored by Senator Dave Hansen. Email Senator Hansen at Sen.Hansen@legis.wisconsin.gov to support this important legislation.
Laws and Ordinances Pertaining to Animals [back to top of page]
(a) Exotic Animal. Those species of animal that are not domesticated by humans. Exotic animals include, but are not limited to, animals belonging to any or all of the orders and families on the Prohibited Animal List as adopted by the Common Council. Some exotic animals prohibited by this ordinance include:
bats, deer, bears, most snakes, scorpions, etc. If you are not sure if an animal is allowable, contact the animal control officer or review the full text of Ordinance 8.04 .
(a) No family shall own, harbor, or keep in its possession more than two dogs on any residentially-zoned lot without the prior approval of the Council, except that a litter of pups or a portion of a litter may be kept for not more than eight weeks from birth. If more than one family resides on a residential lot, then only two dogs shall be allowed on the residential lot unless the prior approval is obtained from the Council. For the purpose of this section, the term “family” shall be defined as one or more persons.
No person shall own, harbor, or possess more than three cats on any lot zoned as residential, with the exception that a litter of kittens, or a portion of a litter, may be kept for not exceeding eight weeks from birth. If more than one family resides on any lot, the party exceeding the limitation imposed by this section is in violation thereof.
(a) Possession of a Dangerous Dog Prohibited. No person shall own, keep, possess, return to, or harbor a dangerous dog within the City. (b) Penalty. Any person who owns, keeps, possesses, harbors, or returns any dangerous dog to the City, after it has been declared to be dangerous by owner’s omission, quasi-judicial hearing, or appeal, shall be subject to a forfeiture of not less than $500 nor more than $1,000.
- Combined household income at or below $35,000 / year
- Green Bay Residency
- 1 discount certificate per household per year
- Go to the City Treasurer’s Office located at City Hall, 100 N. Jefferson Street
- Bring Valid Driver’s License, Wisconsin ID, or proof of Green Bay residency
- Bring proof of combined household income such as previous year’s tax return or W-2
- Allouez Animal Hospital – 1920 Libal Street, Suite 12A – (920) 432-2266
- Animal House – 3171 Voyager Drive (I43 Industrial Park) – (920) 465-4629
- Bay East Animal Hospital – 1475 Lime Kiln Road – (920) 468-5800
- Brown County Veterinary Hospital – 1476 University Ave. – (920) 435-5000
- De Pere Animal Hospital – 703 N. 9th Street – (920) 336-5774
- Green Bay Animal Hospital – 1518 W. Mason Street – (920) 494-2221
- Oakview Veterinary Hospital – 2770 Manitowoc Road – (920) 468-6936
- Packerland Veterinary Center – 121 Packerland Drive – (920) 498-2808
- Parkside Animal Care Center – 123 N. Military Ave – (920) 497-2086
- Riverside Animal Hospital – 3233 Riverside Drive – (920) 336-5090