Why do I need to license my pet?
Annual registration is required for all dogs and cats over 6 months of age residing in Bryant. Not only is it the law, but registering your dogs and cats also helps us better serve you by ensuring your pets are vaccinated and healthy, and assisting us with returning your pet to you should it ever be lost.

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1. Where are you located?
2. What hours are you open?
3. Why do I need to license my pet?
4. How do I license my pet?
5. Registration Fees
6. How much do you charge to spay/neuter my pet?
7. What is a microchip?
8. Where can I get a microchip for my pet?
9. How much does it cost to adopt a pet?
10. My pet is lost. Can you find it?
11. A dog (or cat, horse, raccoon, any mammal) bit me. What can I do?
12. My dog just got attacked by another dog. Can you come out and “arrest” the vicious dog?
13. Who picks up dead animals?
14. Can I volunteer at the shelter?
15. How do I report animal cruelty or dog fighting?
16. I need to report a stray dog running loose in my neighborhood. What can I do?
17. I would like to invite Bryant Animal Control & Adoption Center to my homeowners’ association meeting or Neighborhood Watch. How do I do that?
18. My neighbor’s dog barks all the time and I can’t get any sleep. What can I do?
19. There are stray cats/dogs all over in my neighborhood. Can you come trap them?
20. I found a stray dog/cat. Now what do I do?
21. I’ve seen some bobcats/coyotes in my neighborhood. Are you going to remove them?
22. Can I have chickens or guineas in my backyard?