Animal Welfare is a division of the Stillwater Police Department. Our animal shelter is unique in that there are two shelters located in the same complex. We are located in the Karen Kay Mullendore Municipal Animal Complex, which houses a private organization, the Humane Society of Stillwater, giving Stillwater residents two places to adopt pets in the same location.
We provide immediate response to emergencies concerning animals within city limits to attempt apprehension (in a safe, humane manner) of any dog, cat or other domestic animal or fowl that becomes a nuisance or is a threat or danger to any resident in Stillwater.
Animal Welfare officers are also responsible for the protection of animals from inhumane treatment in our community. Our officers are certified euthanasia technicians.
The Stillwater Animal Welfare Division uses an online site called Petfinder, which has adoption fees, list of pets and more.
View a current list of adoptable pets – Stillwater's Petfinder list.
Help us fund this much-needed community service. Donations to Animal Welfare through the City of Stillwater may qualify as a charitable deduction for federal income tax purposes and will be used exclusively to support the operation of the Animal Welfare Division. Please consult your tax advisor.
Take in and shelter stray or unwanted animals and provide care.
Adopt unclaimed and surrendered pets to new homes. Animal Welfare accepts other pets besides cats and dogs.
Enforce city, state and federal animal-related ordinances and statutes.
Perform welfare checks and/or ensure proper care and housing.
Assist other agencies on request: Payne County Sheriff's Office, veterinarians, game rangers and the local humane society.
Respond to calls concerning:
Barking dogs or dogs at large.
Nuisance cats and dogs.
Aggressive, sick or injured animals.
Animal bites and attacks. Ensure proper handling and vaccination of biting animals (rabies control).
Record lost and found animals and contact owners.
Contact animal rescue groups and coordinate with local animal groups.
Attend state-required training for mid-level practitioners license.
Keep records as required by state and federal laws.
Remove dead animals from roadways.
Emergency After Hours: 405.372.4171
Location: Karen Kay Mullendore Municipal Animal Complex / 1710 S. Main St.
Content Last Reviewed 05.15.2020