DANGEROUS DOG BOARD
The chief of police, or his or her designee, determines a dog's status. This appellate board hears any appeals of such determinations. The appellate board consists of three members who shall be either: a) a veterinarian licensed to practice in the state; b) professional dog obedience trainer with at least five years of teaching experience and/or membership in a nationally recognized dog trainers association such as, but not limited to, the National Association of Pet Dog Trainers; or c) a registered veterinary technician. Such persons will serve as an appointee on a yearly basis. No financial remuneration will be paid for their service.
This Board meets on an as-needed basis. Interested in serving on the Board? Contact your alderman or call the City Clerk at (252) 639-2701.
|Dr Steve Stelma||08/10/2022|
|Dr. Bobbi Kotrba||08/09/2022|