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‘We believe it will help to boost Rules protect pets,
morale and job satisfaction.’ owners, community


Understand animal
ordinances on the
Chehalis Reservation

Contributed by Brennan Stoelb,
Animal Control Officer

Lucky Eagle Casino gives staff a great spot to eat and relax in a I hope that everyone is NEED HELP?
newly added dining area. able to get out and enjoy
the nice weather we’ve been If you can’t resolve a problem
Casino’s ‘Nest’ opens having! After my article by yourself, please call
appeared in the March Animal Control at 911 or
Lucky Eagle staff settle Chief Collaboration Officer Chehalis Tribal Newsletter, 360-273-7051.
into comfy dining area Rodney Youckton. “We believe I’ve been asked by many
it will help to boost morale community members what jump on or otherwise
The Chehalis Tribe reached and job satisfaction.” animal ordinances the tribe threaten people lawfully on
another milestone in Lucky has in place and how to the public streets, sidewalks
Eagle Casino’s expansion Appropriately named “The handle animal complaints. or property not of the owner
process when the new team Nest,” as suggested at a recent I thought I would use this
member dining area was Team Member of the Month article to briefly mention a n Injure another person,
declared ready to open April 1. celebration, the new dining few of the key ordinances. domestic animal or livestock
room features premiere menu acting in a lawful manner
Fifth Member of the choices and a variety of new According to the
Business Committee Dan amenities, including a locker ordinances, pets are not If you are experiencing
Gleason provided the blessing room and spacious restrooms. allowed to: any of these issues,
as tribal members and remember that people are
the casino executive team “This is one of the best n Run at large within the the key to solving animal
gathered to commemorate the employee dining areas I boundaries of the Chehalis problems. Talking with the
opening. have seen,” said casino Chief Reservation animal’s owner, if the person
Executive Officer John is known, is always the best
“This new space offers our Setterstrom. “I hope our n Trespass on private solution. If you don’t know
staff a wonderful place to eat team members will make or tribal property so as who owns the animal but
and relax on breaks,” said themselves at home.” to damage or destroy any the animal is friendly and is
property or item of value wearing a collar, check for a
tag that might tell you who
n Chase, run after or the owner is. A pet licensing
jump at vehicles or bicycles program will begin later this
lawfully using a public street year that will help pets and
or way owners to easily be identified.

n Habitually bark, howl, The easiest way for you as
yelp or make other loud a pet owner to avoid issues
noises that unreasonably with your pets is to keep
disturbs the peace and quiet them inside your house or
of another person secured inside a fence in the
yard. As a pet owner, you are
n Scatter garbage on any responsible for any damage
property your pet causes.

n Defecate on any property
that does not belong to the
animal’s owner

n Obstruct or hamper
traffic on a public street or

n Bite, snap, snarl, growl,


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