Animal Control

The Village of Corrales is an animal friendly, no kill, community. Animal Control is dedicated to the preservation and well being of all domestic, livestock, and wild life animals.

As part of this commitment, Animal Services has established partnerships with animal welfare and animal rescue organizations with the goal of becoming a "no-kill" community.

Village of Corrales Integrated Coyote Management Plan

13438914_1072945832759737_4779681723333171688_nThe purpose of this plan is to minimize pet and livestock losses due to coyote predation and minimize the impact on the coyotes. This is a comprehensive plan integrating various methods of education and control that will benefit both the citizens of the village and the coyotes. To view the Coyote Management Plan Click Here.

Village Leash Law

The village does have a leash law that also pertains to the Village of Corrales Bosque.

Section 6-9 Prohibits acts; animal nuisances.
(a) It shall be unlawful for any person owning, harboring or having the custody or possession of any animal to cause or all such animal to:
(3) Be beyond the boundaries of the premises of the animal's owner or keeper unless the animal is under the physical and immediate control of the animal's owner or keeper and is on a secure leash no more than eight feet in length;

Village Animal Code

To view all of The Village of Corrales animal codes you can use this PDF.

Visit our Facebook Page Village of Corrales Animal Services

Latest News

04 Aug Corrales Harvest Festival Pet Parade

Come out and join us for our 32nd annual Harvest Festival Pet Parade! Registration starts at 8 AM September 30, 2017. The parade starts at 9 AM Septeber 30, 2017. Registration and line up are located at 4895 Corrales Road, Corrales, NM 87048 (across from the fire station). $2.00 entry

05 Jul Pet of The Week: Maria

Maria is a spayed 3 year old Pit X. Maria is a wiggle butt and just wants someone she can cuddle with. Maria loves people and she does great in public settings. No cats. A meet and greet with potential adopters dogs is required. Please call us at 505-898-0401 if you would like to meet

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