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Charlotte County Animal Control offers a Public Relations program. This program is specifically designed for public awareness and education. We offer presentations to interested organizations who are looking for a public speaker. All organizations are welcome, including schools, churches, special interest groups and any other organizations who wish to participate. There is no charge for this service and the topics can vary. Some topics include, but are not limited to, the role of the animal control officer in our community, wildlife concerns, the rabies virus, dog bite prevention, pet safety tips and animals and the law. If you are interested in having an Animal Control Officer as a public speaker for your organization, please contact Division Manager Brian Jones at 941.833.5686.
 
 
 
Brian Jones, Division Manager speaking at Charlotte County Citizens Academy
 
Sara Weber, Dispatcher speaking with students at Busy Bee Learning Center
 
Officer Kurt Truran speaking with elementary school students
 
Sara Weber, Dispatcher presenting fun facts about Animal Control to students
 
Officer Reannon Juergensen at Suncaost Humane Society
 
Sara Weber with students at East Elementary - giving kids a chance to view and learn about our equipment used and vehicles for transporting animals
 
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