Animal Control

Scott Donahue, Officer
Animal Control 
Town of Irondequoit
1280 Titus Avenue
Rochester, New York
(585) 336-6052
M - F from 8:30am to 4:30pm
After hours please call 9-1-1 for assistance

Animal Control is responsible for the control and protection of common domestic animals and nuisance wildlife for the Town of Irondequoit. Animal Control is also responsible for the removal and proper disposal of animal carcasses on roadways within the town.


Lost/Found Pets in Irondequoit



Bird - Green Check Conure-

Flew outside on April 12, 2018. Green body, red tail feathers, yellow chest with red tummy.

If you have information, please call Animal Control at (585) 336-6052.

We will do our best to keep this list as current as possible. Please call Animal Control at 336-6052 if you have any questions.

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Dog License Information

Renew Your Dog License Online

Dog License Application

Per New York State Department of Agriculture & Markets, effective January 15, 2006, the law requires that a dog license may not be issued for a time period extending beyond the expiration date of a dog’s rabies certificate.

Dog licenses issued on and after January 15, 2006, must not expire after the expiration date of the dog’s rabies certificate.

In order to receive a full year license, a dog that is due for a rabies vaccination booster within the next license year would need to be immunized prior to license renewal.

If you have any questions, please contact the Irondequoit Town Clerk’s office at 467-8840.

For first time Dog Licenses please supply the following:

  • Rabies Certificate
  • Proof of spaying or neutering.

Licenses are renewed yearly. Subsequent renewal forms are sent from NYS Agriculture & Markets

Proof of current rabies vaccination is required for renewals.


$9.00 – spayed or neutered

$18.00 – unspayed or unneutered

Note: All dogs ages four months and older are required to be licensed by the State of New York.


Monroe County Department of Health:

Rodent Control