An ACO is responsible for making sure Easton residents have their dogs immunized against rabies and licensed with the Town each year. All dogs six months and older are required to be licensed by December 31st each year and, if the licensing is not done by February 1st, a $25.00 per dog late fee will be charged. Proof of current rabies vaccination is required at the time of licensing.
If you need help with getting your dog or cat spayed or neutered, you can go to [email protected] or call (800) 367-1317. The goal of this program is to reduce shelter intakes and euthanasia. This program is restricted to cats and dogs, with a focus on pit bulls and pit bull mixes as these breeds are at a higher number in our shelters. Please call, other breeds can be accepted.
If you have any concerns about animals, domestic or wild, please call Heather Bush, Easton Animal Control Officer at (207) 694-5796 or Animal Welfare Agent for Aroostook County, Chrissy MacFarland, at (207) 592-1057 and they will do their best to help or to find the appropriate agency to help. For animal traffic safety concerns, call Maine State Police Barracks in Houlton, (207) 532-5400. You may also call the Easton Town Office during regular business hours, (207) 488-6652.
To view Maine Animal Control Laws and Regulations, click here