A maximum of two dogs and two cats are allowed per residence, per Section 6-2-3 of the City of Montrose Municipal Code.
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Yes. Animal Control Regulations (Chapter 6-2, City of Montrose Municipal Code) prohibit several nuisance animal behaviors, including continuously barking or screeching animals. While the City’s animal control officer [(970) 249-9110] can provide assistance, it is usually best to try to resolve the matter with the animal’s owner before contacting the City.
No. Dogs are required to display current and legible owner contact information. Acceptable identification is defined as:
1. Identification tag
2. A registered microchip
3. Rabies vaccine tag
See the city’s Animal Control Regulations for additional details.
Yes. The city’s Animal Control Regulations (Chapter 6-2, City of Montrose Municipal Code) require that pet owners keep their animals on a leash, cord, chain, or other restraining device that is no more than six feet in length, at all times when not on their own property. An animal’s owner or custodian is not permitted to control any animal off his or her premises utilizing verbal command or electronic collar. This also applies to all public parks, open spaces, and trail areas.
Yes. Animal Control Regulations (Chapter 6-2, City of Montrose Municipal Code) require that all pet animals be contained or under control by a leash.