The Animal Control department controls the stray population of Floyd County by code enforcement, capture of strays, and education of citizens. We also strive to provide comfortable temporary shelter for those animals while continuously using resources to place unwanted animals by adoption or rescue.
Role in the Community
Floyd County Animal Control Department is responsible for all animal control operations, including Field Operations; Shelter Management and Care, and the animal adoption/rescue program for Floyd County Animal Control. To provide quality customer service in all phases of animal control operations and quality care for all animals in Floyd County.
Goal and Objectives
The Goals and Objectives of this agency shall be used to provide a direction for its employees and to establish a level of service to which we should all aspire.
- To provide services which aid in containing free-roaming animals to prevent human injuries and the spread of diseases.
- To provide services which help prevent animals from becoming nuisances to the community or a burden to its citizens.
- To provide a physical facility which will house lost unwanted and neglected animals in a humane manner.
- To provide health care services to those animals housed to prevent suffering.
- To provide comprehensive and responsible adoption/rescue programs.
- To provide unwanted, sick or injured animals with humane euthanasia, according them dignity and respect during that act.
- To strive to improve performance through education and dedication to our mission.
- To create public information and education programs, which will assist the members of this community in becoming more responsible pet owners.
2012 Yearly Report
Adopting a Pet
Animals in Disaster Plan
I am your Animal Control Officer
Lost and Found
Why Spay and Neuter