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Arvada Animal Management is a Division of the Arvada Police Department that enforces all city ordinances related to animals. Its officers investigate and respond to
- roaming dogs,
- roaming livestock,
- dangerous or aggressive animals,
- animal bites,
- cruelty and/or neglect to animals,
- nuisance barking,
- excess animal feces,
- leash law violations,
- dog license violations,
- dead animal removal,
- injured or sick wildlife complaints
Arvada Animal Management Officers
Arvada Animal Management officers are highly trained and experience professionals. They are State-certified through the Colorado Association of Animal Control Officers, and through the Department of Agriculture.
Additionally, three of the officers are commissioned through the Board of Animal Protection.
The estimated dog population for the City of Arvada is 32,308.
Formula: dog population = number of households X .433 at 1.7 per household (source: 2007 US Pet Ownership and Demographic Sourcebook; American Veterinary medical Association).
Updated household data from the October 2008 report of the State Demography Office