Animal Control Officer:
Will Watson 207-934-4911
and rescued cat Sylvester
Arlene has rescued many cats and currently has 5,
she is in charge of our pet food bank.
About OOB Community Animal Watch
Helping our neighbors care for their animals.
Pets often mean so much to to the elderly, the poor, and the ill, but often in hard times they have trouble providing essential pet care.We offer help with a pet food pantry, and low-cost spaying and neutering. If you see a neighbor in need, let us know, maybe we can work together to help.
Mail Donations to:
1 Portland Ave
Old Orchard Beach, ME 04064
Make Check out to:
Town of Old Orchard Beach
With "Community Animal Watch"
in the memo line of your check
Or, Call Peg Bayles
We also have a donation box, at the Town Hall, for Pet Food to be dropped off.
The Town Hall hours are:
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday
8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
8 a.m. to 6 p.m.
“I can’t thank the Community Animal Watch enough for all they do to protect the lives of the animals of our community,”...“not only for our animal population, but their support in time and effort to citizens who wish to keep their animals and struggle with the economic needs to do that.”
V. Louise Reid, Assistant Town Manager
Dick Bayles and Jacqui Deveneau
Michelle Greenlaw-Belanger and family.
We continue to welcome new members and friends, if you love animals and want to help please consider joining us. Phone calls are always welcomed, if you have any questions or suggestions please call.
For More Information Call:
Beverly Russell 207-934-1677
Jacqui Deveneau 207-284-3358
Old Orchard Beach Animal Control would like to remind dog owners that 2012 dog license expire on December 31st and that all dogs over six months old must be licensed under state law. Licensing your dog helps to support animal welfare programs and it can also save you money, because the Animal Control Officer can bring your dog home instead of to the shelter.
We are in serious need of cat food--
please call Arlene Dolgon