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dog hit by a car and left to dieBesides prohibiting cruelty, the Nevada State Law requires that animals receive adequate food, fresh water and shelter from the elements. Effective October 1, 2009, dogs cannot be chained more than 14 hours out of a 24 hour day and a minimum of a 12 foot chain must be used.

If you witness a case of animal abuse/neglect/chaining please report it to the Animal Control agency in your jurisdiction. Before calling, have the exact address of the abuse case, the party's name if possible and any facts pertinent to the case, including the date and time the abuse took place. Take photos or video of the abuse/neglect/chaining. See the following for the various animal control offices in the Las Vegas area:



  Clark County

  Las Vegas 229-6444
  Henderson 267-4970
  North Las Vegas 633-9111
  Boulder City 293-9283


Fearful of calling Animal Control? Call the Las Vegas Valley Humane Society (LVVHS) main number at 702-434-2009 or email LVVHS@cox.net


 Petunia had a piece of wood impaled in her head when found.



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