How do I reach the Animal Control Officer?
The Animal Control Division is located in the Police Department and is staffed with one animal control officer (ACO), weekdays from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The ACO can be reached at 603-472-5113, choose Option No. 7 from the automated menu. Many times he is out on field calls and unable to answer his telephone. If you need to speak with him immediately, please leave your information with a Communications Specialist. The ACO will be sent to your location to take a report or he will return your call on a priority basis. Safety issues are the first priority.

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1. What does the Animal Control Officer do?
2. How do I reach the Animal Control Officer?
3. If I have lost my pet, what should I do?
4. What should I do if I am bitten by an animal?
5. How much does it cost to license my dog?
6. What do I need to do to license my dog?
7. Does my cat need a rabies shot?
8. What is animal abuse?
9. Is it illegal for someone to leave the scene of an accident, without reporting to a law enforcement agency that they have hit a domestic dog?
10. I have a skunk under my shed what do I do?
11. My dog is an inside dog. Do I need to get him licensed?
12. There is a barking dog in my neighborhood that is driving me crazy. What can be done about this?
13. What should I do when I find a bat in my house?