Animal Control

The Animal Control Unit is comprised of four full-time animal control officers. They are Mt. Lebanon employees who report to the support services division of the police department. Mt. Lebanon has a cooperative agreement with several other South Hills communities to share the services and costs associated with the program. A kennel for housing animals is maintained in Upper St Clair.

Animal Control officers respond to calls for service of loose, stray, and lost pets. They respond to requests for trapping wild animals such as raccoons and handle ordinance violations relating to roaming or barking dogs and humane animal concerns.

Wildlife in Lebo – Coyotes, Foxes, and Bobcats

Recently, the Mt. Lebanon Police and South Hills Cooperative Animal Control have experienced an increase in reported sightings and encounters…

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Wildlife in Lebo – Coyotes, Foxes, and Bobcats
Pet Find Project

Pet Find Project

Reuniting lost pets with their owners When South Hills Cooperative Animal Control (SHCAC) picks up a lost dog or cat,…

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Animal Ordinances

Barking Dogs 1001 - Noise Disturbance. It shall be illegal within the Municipality for any person to own, possess or…

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Animal Ordinances
Pet FAQs

Pet FAQs

What do I do about my neighbor’s barking dog? What are the rules on dogs running at large? When do…

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