Animal ordinances encourage responsible pet ownership. Owning a pet is a privilege, but also a big responsibility. Animal laws protect public health and safety and keep owners from allowing their animals to be a nuisance to their neighbors. These laws also protect animals from cruel treatment, neglect, and injury. The Animal Services Unit is currently comprised of four animal services officers: Officers Nuss, Shephard, Sydow, and Voltin.
Please review the Dogs In Hot Cars article to keep your pets safe as the weather heats up.
Broomfield Animal Services is committed to the delivery of effective, courteous, and responsive animal management services to the residents of Broomfield. Animal Services enforces all animal-related ordinances for the City and County of Broomfield. We provide the following core services:
Registering dogs, cats, and ferrets residing in Broomfield
Reuniting lost pets to their owners
Investigating bite incidents involving domesticated animals and wildlife
Helping neighbors resolve animal-related issues such as noisy dogs, unsupervised pets, dogs running loose, and investigating concerns about animals
Assisting with injured pets
Providing information regarding wildlife concerns
Providing pet safety, bite prevention, and humane education classes