is a 6 year old male Retriever/Labrador Mix who is a very sweet boy with all the energy to take you hiking! Nick would benefit from basic training and working on manners - he is a very smart boy! Ask to meet him today!
is a 2 year old male Domestic Medium Hair/Mix who is a timid loving boy that needs some time to warm up to his person. He loves his hidey places and would love a tall cat tree to people watch. Come meet this cool dude!
is a 2 year old male Australian Shepherd/Mix who is a very active boy that loves to jump, play and run! He would do very well with an active family. He is a herding dog, so we think he would do better with older children who know body language and be respectful of his boundaries. Come meet this sweet boy!
is a 8 year old female Russian Blue/Mix who is an old lady couch potato that just wants a sunny window ledge, peace and quiet! She would rather not be picked up and will only tolerate touching on her terms. Her hobbies include people watching and eating treats. If Tatianna sounds like the girl for you, ask the front desk about her today!
is a 2 year old male Retriever/Labrador Mix who is a total goofball! This fun loving guy enjoys walks, runs and LOTS of playtime! His favorite game is fetch and he loves to learn new tricks. He already knows sit, down, come, and shake and can't wait to learn more! Jax loves kids but he can be a little rough around them - he may do best in a home without young children (0-5) until he can learn a few more manners. Jax would also love a dog sibling that he can play with. Come check out this silly boy!
If you have a life-threatening emergency, please contact 911.
ANIMAL CONTROL: (307) 635-1453
DAILY 8 A.M. – 6 P.M.
AFTER HOURS: (307) 286-5089
AFTER HOURS LOST AND FOUND HOTLINE: (307) 214-5779
While each contract varies in scope, the services remain relatively the same. The Cheyenne Animal Shelter Animal Control Unit investigates possible violations of improper care and inhumane treatment of animals in our community as well as safety violations in our community from potentially dangerous animals by:
Enforcing state laws and local ordinances pertaining to animals;
Educating our community on the responsible care and treatment of animals in our homes, neighborhoods and adjoining lands;
Sheltering and caring for stray, lost or abandoned animals;
Assisting other law enforcement agencies with cases when potentially dangerous animals are present;
Investigating reports of animal cruelty and neglect;
Responding to calls regarding injured, lost, stray, sick or abandoned animals;
Investigating reports of potentially dangerous animals and those that have caused harm to a human or another animal; and
Removing deceased animals from public roadways.
Top priority calls include:
- Dangerous/vicious animals that may cause immediate harm to a human or another animal;
- Assisting other law enforcement personnel (police/fire) with cases involving animals;
- Injured domestic animals needing urgent medical care
- Abused/neglected animals
While we certainly understand an animal’s excessive barking, trespassing or relieving its waste on your property or a public walkway, or being exercised off-leash by its owner or caretaker can be frustrating, calls of this nature fall lower on our priority list. An officer will follow up with you at our earliest convenience and we appreciate your patience and support!