Law Enforcement Brief
May 31, 2017
It was a quiet weekend for local law enforcement. The Valley County Sheriff’s Office reported that over graduation weekend their concern is usually fatalities and there were none reported.
The Glasgow Police Department also wants to remind pet owners that they, along with the Valley Veterinary Clinic, will be offering immunizations and licensing for pets in the area at the city’s South Side Firehall. The clinic will take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m., on Friday, June 2, and from 9 to 10 a.m., on Saturday, June 3. Licenses will cost $5 for neutered or spayed pets and $20 for those that are not spayed or neutered.
The pet license are good for one year, from July 1 to June 30, and a new license must be purchased every year. Pet licenses are only required within city limits, but are encouraged for those living in the county whom bring their pets to town, as they are helpful to retrieve owner’s information should the pet run off.
Vaccinations will also be available to be administered, and cost will depend upon the type and size of your pet. If you are unsure which vaccinations your pet needs, contact Valley Vet Clinic before the clinic as records will not be accessible during the event.
The GPD would also like to remind everyone that there is a leash law in effect and that it is unlawful for your animal to be at large within city limits. A copy of the leash law ordinance can be obtained at the Glasgow Police Department headquarters located at 238 Second Avenue South.
For more information on the upcoming pet clinic, contact the Glasgow Police Department at 406-228-8050 or the Valley Veterinary Clinic at 406-228-2437.