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Carrabassett Valley Animal Control Officer

Phone:  daytime (207) 235-2645 nighttime (207) 237-3200 or (207) 235-2364
Website: Website
Contact:  William Munzer
Services:  To contact Animal Control Officer William Munzer, please call 235-2645, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am - 4:00 pm. This phone number should be used for questions and general information. If a Carrabassett Resident has a complaint to report, such as a barking dog, or to report an injured animal, please call Security at 237-3200. The Animal Control Officer handles a variety of animal-related issues such as dog licensing enforcement, taking stray dogs to the animal shelter, following up on citizen complaints regarding barking dogs, lost dogs or cases of animal abuse or neglect, responding to calls of injured animals due to an auto accident or other accident, overseeing enforcement of the Town's Animal ordinance.
Fees: Registration Fees
Unaltered Dog $11.00
Spayed or Nuetered Dog $6.00

Per state law, any dog that is not re-licensed after January 31 will be subject to a $25.00 late fee. To receive a license for your dog, please come into the Town Office or you can make arrangements to have your license mailed to you, just call or email. Note: Although cats do not require a license, they must be vaccinated against rabies.

Rabies Information

Because rabies is a serious problem in the State. Please take the time to protect your pet against this deadly virus. Dog licensing ensures rabies vaccination which protects the health of your pet. Citizens should also know that by licensing their dog they are directly fighting animal cruelty and abuse. Most people do not realize that up to 90% of their dog license fees go directly to the Maine Animal Welfare Program. Dog license fees account for 95% of the State Animal Welfare Program's entire funding and without these fees, the State would be unable to protect the animals of this state.

Healthy Community Coalition

Founded in 1989, Healthy Community Coalition (HCC) is an affiliate of the Franklin Community Health Network with a mission of promoting health and well-being in Franklin County and neighboring towns, including Livermore Falls.