Official visitor information site for Durham, NC

Animals

Rescue & Removal

To find/rescue lost pets:

Animal Protection Society of Durham
2117 E Club Blvd, 919-560-0640

For removal of domestic animals, such as dogs or cats:

Durham County Animal Control
3005 Glenn Rd, 919-560-0630

For removal of wild animals, such as bats, bears, or raccoons:

Animals Be Gone
919-245-3300

TruTech, Inc.
4225 Bennett Memorial Road, 919-382-0651

North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission
512 N Salisbury St, Raleigh, 919-733-7191


Pet Laws & Licenses

Durham offers a variety of healthy, enjoyable experiences for pet owners.  From leisure walks in one of Durham’s dog parks, to obedience and agility classes, owners and pets alike will enjoy the pet-friendly city.

Dog or cat owners who live in Durham County must list the animal with the Durham County Tax Administrator within 30 days of bringing the animal into the county. Most veterinarians can provide information about registering pets.

Under city and county regulations, all dogs must be on leashes when off their owner’s property. Unattended outdoor tethering is also banned.


Pet Activity Centers

Dogs must be registered with the City of Durham Parks & Recreation Department before entering the City-run dog parks.

Durham Parks and Recreation Department
400 Cleveland St, 919-560-4355

Lap it Up
5420 NC Hwy 55, Greenwood Commons Shopping Ctr,
I-40 Exit 278, 919-455-6001


Vet Emergency Care

Carver Street Animal Hospital
2703 Carver St, 919-477-7319

Triangle Veterinary Emergency Clinic
608 Morreene Road, 919-489-0615

March 6 - August 3, 2014

"Sound Vision: Contemporary Art from the Collection" Art Exhibit

Since the turn of the 20th century, artists have appropriated imagery from well-known works of art, commodities and the media in order to make a statement about art’s relationship to, and place within, our world. The artists included in this installation use appropriation in their own way and for their own purposes, addressing themes of identity, politics, economics, history and nostalgia. Central to all of these works are questions of originality and the processes that go into making art. This installation includes works from the Nasher Museum’s collection by Andy Warhol, Roy Lichtenstein, Alice Wagner, Vik Muniz, Alexander Kosolapov and others. Admission $5, $4 seniors, $3 non-Duke students with student ID.

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