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Posted on: January 14, 2020

Feral Dogs Reported

It has come to our attention that some residents are reporting troublesome sightings of feral dogs roaming areas of Palmetto Bay, and possibly attacking other animals/pets. We are concerned and are here to help.  Village of Palmetto Bay Interim Manager Greg Truitt advises the following:

  • If you ever feel your life is in danger, or you see an animal attacking another animal, call 9-1-1.
  • We’d like to know the location of the feral dogs, so if you see them in your neighborhood or if an animal has been attacked, please call the police non-emergency number at 305-476-5423, or contact Miami-Dade County Animal Control Services, the agency responsible.  Their number is 3-1-1. 
  • Please help protect your pets by keeping them inside, especially overnight. While walking your dog(s) please be sure he/she is securely leashed.

 Let’s keep our four-legged friends safe.  Thank you.

#TeamPB #PBalwaysworkingforyou



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