The State of Maine
requires that each municipality has an animal control officer. Anne Greenlaw is
the Animal Control Officer for the Town of Eddington.
If you have a domestic
animal problem, you can reach the Animal Control Officer by calling 945-4636
(Penobscot County Dispatch). They will either take the complainant’s phone
number or will forward the message to Anne. All complaints regarding
undomesticated animals should be reported to the Maine State Warden Service at
If you own a dog and
hear it barking, please be considerate of your neighbors and quiet the dog. If
you leave your dog outside while you are not home, be aware and considerate of
your neighbors that may be home.
All dogs over the age
of six months are required by state law to be licensed and to wear their license
tag. Dog licenses can be obtained at the Town Office.
All lost or stray cats and dogs that are found
by your local Animal Control Officer are taken to theBangor Humane Society. So, if your cat or dog
has recently gone missing, contact the Bangor Humane Society
immediately.With proof of ownership and a photo I.D., you
can help bring your lost pet home.Visit them at 693 Mt. Hope Ave, Bangor or call
at 942-8902. And, check our list of lost pets on
Eddington Animal Control Officer
Anne Greenlaw call 945-4636.
2017 Dog Licenses Available
Dog licenses are issued for one year ending December 31st. Any dog six (6) months of age or older must be licensed. Deadline for licensing is no later than January 31st.
Dog License fees are as follows:
Neutered/Spayed Dog - $6.00 Unaltered Male or Female - $11.00 Kennel - $42.00 Late Fee - $25.00 will be charged for any license renewed after January 31st.
You must present the following documents at the time of registration: A current Maine rabies certificate. A neutering/spayed certificate if the dog has been altered.