Report a Dog Attack to Orlando Animal Control

How to Contact Orlando Animal Control

Orlando, Florida is alive with wildlife and full of people who love their pets. However, sometimes encountering an animal is less than safe. Dangerous wildlife and aggressive dogs can happen anywhere, and so can injuries from these encounters.

When you experience a dog bite–or even realize you are at risk from a menacing animal, it's essential to take the proper steps. You may need to report a dangerous animal on the loose to , the Orange County animal services center. If you were bit by someone's pet, covering your medical expenses may only be possible by filing a lawsuit against their liability insurance. DoNotPay can make these next steps easy.

About the Orlando, FL Animal Control Center

If you need to call , you'll need to look up Orange County Animal Services. This is normal. Most animal control services are by county, not by city.

The Orange County animal services office has a great facility, open green spaces, and a shelter paired with a clinic for sick animals and spay/neuter/vaccination services. They focus mainly on adopting the stray animals picked up. Still, they also have an expert team of field officers responsible for protecting the public (and animals) from dangerous encounters with dangerous dogs–and the occasional gator.

  1. Pet Lost and Found
  2. Pet Surrender
  3. Pet Sleepover and Kennel Services
  4. Rescues and Adoptions
  5. Spay/Neuter Services
  6. Microchipping
  7. Disaster Preparedness
  8. Obedience Training

The Orange County Animal Control Center Location, Hours, and Contact Details

Orange County animal control makes an effort to be contactable. They have a quick 3-digit phone number and several email addresses to reach the person or department you need to contact quickly. There's a particular report form for abuse and neglect and a general form for other issues.

Address2769 Conroy Road

Orlando, Florida


HoursMon-Sat: 10 AM - 6 PM

Sun: 1 PM - 5 PM

Phone NumberFast: 311

Official: (407) 836 - 3111



Quarantine/Dangerous Dogs:

WebsiteOrange County Animal Services

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How to Deal With an Out-Of-Control Animal in Orlando, FL on Your Own

Orlando, Florida is a city with many pet owners and more than an opportunity to encounter dangerous wildlife. If you need to file a report with  through the Orange County animal services office, DoNotPay can help. But first, be sure to take the proper steps to secure everyone's safety and wellbeing.

Secure Your Safety

Most importantly, make sure you and others nearby are safe. If you have encountered or been attacked by a dangerous animal, get to safety. Try to help other people and pets away from the dangerous animal vicinity. Seek immediate medical attention for yourself and anyone injured in the attack. Then take more official actions.

Report a Dangerous or Loose Animal

If there is a dangerous dog or wild animal on the loose, it's essential to report this so they can be collected and the danger resolved. Orange County animal services are available by phone for emergencies. Dial 311 for an animal emergency response to send Orange County animal control officers to secure the situation.

Sue the Owner of an Animal That Causes Injury

Dog owners (and owners of exotic pets) are responsible for injuries caused by their pets. If you or someone you know has been injured, you may need to sue the owner to cover medical expenses through their liability insurance. You don't need a personal dog bite lawyer. DoNotPay can make preparing and pursuing your lawsuit easy so you can focus on healing and recovery.

Report Incidents of Animal Abuse or Neglect

If you have witnessed or suspect animal abuse or cruelty, fill out a report on the Report a Pet Issue page of the Orange County animal control website. They will follow up with an investigation and potentially rescue the animal. If it's an emergency and an animal needs rescue, call on the phone for an immediate animal rescue response.

Handling an Orlando Animal Control Issue With the Help Of DoNotPay

Knowing what to do next isn’t always easy if you've just been attacked by an animal or encountered a dangerous animal situation. Taking the following steps can be caught up in medical care and trauma. DoNotPay is here to help. We can file the proper report with the correct department with just a few easy online steps.

If an animal needs collection or rescue, we'll let Orlando animal control know. If you need to cover your medical costs by suing the owner of an aggressive dog, we'll help you prepare and file all the proper paperwork so you can focus on recovery instead of procedure. As an online service, we practice best, and we're proud to make difficult situations easy.

How to Report an Animal-Related Incident On DoNotPay:

If you want to report an animal-related injury but don't know where to start, DoNotPay has you covered in 3 easy steps:

  1. Search "animal" on DoNotPay, find the Animal Control product, and select whether you've sustained a physical injury.


  2. Select whether you would like to report this incident to your local government agency, or demand compensation from the pet owner.


  3. Tell us more about the incident, including when and where you were injured, a description of the animal that caused the injury, and the contact information for the pet owner (if known).


And that's it. DoNotPay will file the demand letter or government report on your behalf with your incident details. You should hear back from them directly with further questions/confirmation regarding your demands.

Note that this product allows you to do two things: generate a demand letter to claim compensation or make a report to animal control.

Why Use DoNotPay?

Here are three reasons why DoNotPay is a real solution for animal-related injuries:

  1. It’s fast. We do all the work for you so you’re not spending hours researching and waiting
  2. It’s easy. DoNotPay makes completing forms easy without the need to recall where you are in the process.
  3. We’re successful. Our goal is to make the best case for you while you recover and get better.

Contact Animal Control or Claim Compensation Anywhere in the US

If you or someone you know has encountered a dangerous animal outside of Orlando or Orange County, we can still help. DoNotPay's animal control and lawsuit services apply equally in all states, cities, and counties throughout the US.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

DoNotPay is an online service with a wide range of helpful support products. From automating your bills to filing lawsuits, we're here to make life a little easier and more affordable for everyone. Here are just a few of the other things we can do to help you.


If you need to report a dangerous, loose, or wild animal in Orlando, Florida, you'll need to contact Orange County animal control. DoNotPay can help you take care of filing your report and, if necessary, a lawsuit to recover your medical expenses from the owner of a dangerous dog. We'll do the tedious, precise, paperwork-heavy part of the job, so you don't have to.

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