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View the Animal-Inflicted Injuries page for details on how to report an injury.
Yes. Animal-inflicted injuries, including scratches and bites, pose a rabies threat. If you are injured, wash the wound thoroughly with soap and water, report the incident, and call your physician for treatment advice.
View the Animal-Inflicted Injuries page for consequence details.
The Glenpool Conference Center is open Monday through Friday from 8m-5pm, during those hours no appointment is needed for a tour. Appointments can be scheduled after 5pm on the weekdays or on the weekends by contacting our office at 918-209-4632.
All alcohol MUST be served by a licensed and insured bartender. An Alcohol Request form must be submitted to and approved by the GCC Director 30 days prior to the date of the event. Lessee willprovide a copy of the bartender’s liquor license and insurance to the GCC Director 30 days prior to the event. Lessee will pay $35 an hour in cash to a CLEET‐certified Glenpool Police Officer, for the time frame in which the alcohol is served until the end of the event. This amount is to be paid by the lessee directly to the officer at the beginning of the event. No one under the age of 21 may have the opportunity or be permitted under any circumstance to consume alcohol. Lessee will be held responsible for any violations of this policy.
The prices for the room rental do not include tables and chairs, chairs are $1 each and tables are $5 each.
Animals are available for adoption at the Animal Shelter, but citizens must contact an Animal Control Officer to make an appointment to view adoptable animals. Citizens are not allowed at the pound. Please contact the Animal Control Officer at 918-322-8110 to make arrangements.
The animals were impounded and not claimed by an owner.
We cannot guarantee the health of any adopted animal, however, a first visit to the veterinarian is recommended.
View the adoption fees table on the dog and cat adoption page.
To be sure your pet is healthy, we strongly recommend that you take it to a veterinarian within two weeks of adoption. Not all animal diseases have symptoms right away but a veterinarian will be able to identify any health-related problems. The vaccinations included with the adoption are not good for a lifetime and do not cover all diseases your pet may have been exposed to prior to adoption.
The most important reason to spay or neuter your pet is because more than 10,000 unwanted dogs and cats in our shelter are put to death each year. City Ordinance requires all dogs and cats over the age of six months to be spayed or neutered. Certain exemptions are allowed by permit. By law, every dog and cat adopted from our shelter has to be spayed or neutered.
The most important reasons to license your dog or cat are:
View the city license fee table on the dog and cat licensing page for license cost.
If your dog or cat is vaccinated against rabies by a licensed veterinarian, you can take the signed vaccination certificate to the Glenpool Utility Department, located at 14526 South Elwood, to purchase a license.
A license is valid for one year from the month of the most recent rabies vaccination.
You will have to purchase a new pet tag.
If your dog or cat loses its license tags, a new license can be purchased for a small fee.
Regular Business hours are Monday-Friday 8am-5pm, call for appointment after 5pm or for weekends.
Our facility has an amphitheater overlooking a pond with waterfalls and fountains that is perfect for outdoor events.
A dog/cat-at-large may be picked up by an Animal Control Officer and impounded at our facility or returned to the owner if the dog/cat has a current license tag or other identification. The owner may also be issued a dog/cat-at-large citation and be fined. Citations may require a court appearance.
Animal Control or police officers enforce local leash laws in the City of Glenpool.
We dispatch an officer to pick up dogs/cats when they bite someone or are straying on private or public property.
Stray animals are held for three days. Animal Control makes every attempt to contact the owner of those animals with licenses or identification.
If your dog or cat is wearing a pet tag, we will contact you and let you know it was impounded. If your dog or cat is not licensed, the best way to find out if your animal has been impounded is to visit the Animal Control and Shelter's Facebook page. Try to search the website daily because animals are impounded every day. Impound, boarding and license fees will be charged to reclaim your animal.
View the animal redemption fees table on the Leash Law page.
For licensing purposes, the rabies vaccination must be given by a licensed veterinarian. A vaccination certificate signed by the veterinarian must be supplied as proof of vaccination.
Vaccinations given by an owner, animal breeder, pet store, as well as out-of-country, are not valid for licensing purposes.
Depending on the vaccine given, the rabies vaccination is good for one year or three years. It is always best to consult with your veterinarian concerning vaccinations, treatment and health questions regarding your pet.