File a Report to Animal Control in Suffolk

Animal Control File a Report to Animal Control in Suffolk

Make a Report With Animal Control in Suffolk Faster With DoNotPay

Nuisance animals, unruly dogs, and wild creatures in your yard are just a few of the reasons to call up animal control. The services animal control Suffolk locations provide extend far beyond just these instances, though. You can get ahold of them when you're looking to adopt or have another animal-related question.

No matter if you're looking for animal control in Los Angeles, Miami, Atlanta, or Suffolk, DoNotPay has you covered. We'll help you make a report fast so you can get your situation handled.

About Suffolk County SPCA

The Suffolk County SPCA (The Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) handles animal control cases. New York law requires at least one SPCA office in every county. The Suffolk office has been open since 1984.

Every volunteer must fill out an application and include a copy of their driver's license. Each person is checked in the database to ensure there are no former or current criminal charges against them. Anyone choosing to adopt a pet can rest assured that the animals have been incapable and loving hands.

Suffolk County SPCA Location and Contact Details

The SPCA in the area works to enforce laws pertaining to animal care and keep all pets safe.


Suffolk County Offices

North County Complex

725 Veterans Memorial Hwy., Bldg. 16

Hauppauge, NY 11788

Phone Number631- 382-7722
WebsiteSPCA | (

Suffolk Dog Bite Laws

From Ohio to California, Texas to Pennsylvania, the dog bite laws of every state always vary slightly. Many share similarities, though. When it comes to dog bites in Suffolk County of New York, the following applies:

  • A dog's owner or keeper may be held liable for both the attacked person's medical costs and the dog's veterinary costs if they need medical attention or quarantine.
  • Any dog that has previously made attacks against a person or other animal is considered a danger. An owner with a known dangerous dog that then attacks again is considered negligent. This could result in a misdemeanor charge.

Suing Your Neighbor for a Dog Bite

It's quite possible to sue for a dog bite. Whether it's actually your neighbor next door or just someone from the area, you can sue in two instances. If their dog bit you and caused injuries or if they damaged your property, the owner can be held liable.

Make a Report to Animal Control in Suffolk County on Your Own

You can call the Suffolk County SPCA to make your report. You also have the option of sending them a message directly from their website under the Contact tab. Leave your contact details and the message you want to send to get your information regarding the incident across.

If you've been seriously injured, or the dog is still on the loose, it may be best to dial 9-1-1 to get an appropriate officer to the scene.

Make a Report to Suffolk Animal Control With DoNotPay

You don't have to handle the process alone. Let DoNotPay handle your report so it can get processed promptly without you having to pick up the phone. We tackle animal control in every city, from Los Angeles to Atlanta, Miami to Suffolk, and everyone in between.

  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).


DoNotPay quickly gets to work generating your report for animal control Suffolk locations or a demand letter for owners to pay your expenses.

How to Prevent Future Dog Bites

Prevention is often key in ensuring situations like these don't happen. As an owner, you want to do all you can to prevent your dog from biting another animal or a person. You will be held liable for their destruction, after all. You can:

  1. Keep your dog inside with you and out of the yard.
  2. Make sure your dog is always on a leash and never out of your sight
  3. Warn passersby who attempt to pet your dog that he or she is not to be approached
  4. Watch your dog at all times when young children are in their presence

As someone who has been bitten, you should do the following to ensure it doesn't happen again:

  • Avoid making contact with a dog you don't know well
  • Always allow a dog to sniff your hand and approach you on their own before attempting to pet them
  • Never approach animals on the street
  • Keep a close eye on your children in the presence of any animal

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