City of Odessa, Texas : Animal Control City Ordinance
Midland & Odessa Animal Control. Trutech provides humane animal trapping, wildlife control & dead animal removal services around Midland & Odessa, Texas.
Jacque Adimare, the Animal Control Director in Odessa, Texas, petitioned for a mandatory spay and neuter within the city limits to help with the overpopulation of animals coming into their facility. Unfortunately, according to a recent , her petition was denied by Mayor David Turner and several other councilmembers stating that “the law would burden responsible owners of intact animals” even though exemptions were made. Hopefully, in the future, cities and states will adopt mandatory spay and neuter laws like the that was passed in San Angelo, Texas, on October, 2015.
Odessa Texas Mayor Larry Melton Odessa Animal Control please stop this horrible practice. These loving animals were once treasured family members. What you are doing is extremely cruel. Have compassion become enlightened.
Odessa Animal Control in Odessa Texas | Animal Shelters
City of Odessa, Texas : Animal Shelter - Odessa Police Department
Contact us today to learn more about Trutech animal control technicians and our wildlife removal services for Midland Odessa, Texas other surrounding areas.The Texas Parks and likely Wildlife Department issued about 31,000 individual "Animal Trapper stamps," the $7 endorsement needed for those who don't buy a "Super Combo" package or don't have a lifetime invasive animal species and likely striped skunk critter catching activities animal control permit or other animal control permit that includes the endorsement. Best estimates indicate 75,000-100,000 raccoon cage trap invasive animal species and likely striped skunk trappers pursue wildlife and likely rabid raccoon in Texas, either during the Animal Trapper-only season or during the general wildlife and likely rabid raccoon season. Over the past five invasive animal species and likely striped skunk critter catching activities seasons, according to problem wildlife removal agency surveys, raccoon cage trap invasive animal species and likely striped skunk trappers have averaged taking about 27,000 rodents. Striped skunk trappers have averaged about 545,000 during that same time.Our licensed and insured wildlife removal technicians are highly trained entomologists, biologists, and herpetologists, skilled and practiced in handling all of your animal control needs. With over 100 years of combined experience in the industry, we are experts on bat removal and bird control and will not stop until we resolve any animal control issue in your Midland Odessa, Texas, home or business.Pursuant to section 823.005, chapter 823 of the Texas Health and Safety Code, an advisory committee is appointed to assist the animal control officer to comply with the requirements in chapter 823 of the Texas Health and Safety Code and to develop policy for the operation of the animal shelter. The committee shall consist of one member of the commissioners’ court of Ector County, one member of the city council to be appointed by the city council, one member of an animal welfare organization, a veterinarian, the manager of the city animal shelter and three other persons. The committee shall meet at least three times a year. The police legal advisor shall serve in an ex officio capacity. The committee shall adopt its own rules and procedures. (Ordinance 97-13, sec. 2, adopted 4/8/97; Ordinance 98-69, sec. 1, adopted 11/10/98; 1957 Code, sec. 4-30)