Animal Control

In 1972, the Michigan Legislature gave authority to counties to facilitate a County-wide Animal Control Agency. The Department's main responsibility is to enforce the Dog Law Act, which includes;
  • Licensing
  • Inspecting kennels
  • Investigating loose animals
  • Investigating animal bites and neglect
  • Handling of lost and found pets
  • Responding to complaint calls about animals running-at-large
  • Facilitating adoption
  • Conducting dog census
  • Maintaining the shelter
Clinton County Animal Shelter Building