Contacting Brevard County Animal Control With A Click of A Button

Animal Control Contacting Brevard County Animal Control With A Click of A Button

How to Contact Brevard County Animal Control Using DoNotPay

In Florida, a dog owner is completely liable when their dog bites someone unprovoked. Unlike many other states in the US, which have a one-bite rule that only imposes liability on a dog owner if their dog attacks more than once, Florida has no such rule. If you have been bitten or attacked by another person's dog, you must report it to the police and local animal control. In some cases, you may also seek compensation for the attack.

Brevard County Animal Control works hard to control the spread of rabies and other diseases from dog bites and other animal-related injuries. It's important to notify them and file a report when an animal has injured you so they can test for these diseases. With the help of DoNotPay, you can easily and painlessly share your incident information with us, and we'll work on filing your report with Brevard County Animal Control on your behalf.

About Brevard County Animal Control

Brevard County Animal Services is a branch of the Brevard County Sheriff's Office. Since assuming responsibility for animal services in 2014, they have over a 94% live release rate and are a no-kill community for the third year in a row as of 2021. They oversee and enforce the following:

  1. General animal services
  2. Animal abuse registry
  3. Animal tags and licensing
  4. Citations and fees for law violations involving animals
  5. Lost and found pets
  6. Educational materials for pet owners
  7. Dangerous dog list
  8. Animal bite and attack reporting

Brevard County Animal Services work hand-in-hand with its community and its many partners, volunteers, and rescue groups to help protect local wildlife and educate its citizens on the importance of safe and responsible pet ownership.

Reasons to Contact Brevard County Animal Control

Whether you need to report a wildlife issue or you have suffered from an animal-related injury, there are multiple reasons why you may need to contact Brevard County Animal Services. They may include:

  • Reporting stray animals or wildlife issues
  • Reporting animal abuse or negligence
  • Needing information about pet licensing and vaccinations
  • Reporting roadkill or injured animals
  • Reporting an animal-related injury or dog bite

How to Report an Animal-Related Injury to Brevard County Animal Control

Rabies is a dangerous and infectious disease spread through the saliva of infected animals. It is one of the oldest diseases known to man and exists almost everywhere in the world. The best way to prevent the spread of rabies is to vaccinate your pets and immediately report to animal control if you are bitten or injured by an animal so you can be treated and, if necessary, quarantined. Ideally, the animal must also be caught and tested. To report an animal-related injury to Brevard County Animal Services, you can contact them:

By Phone321-633-2024
In Person1515 Sarno Rd, Building B in Melbourne, FL 32935

If you have recently suffered a dog bite or another animal-related injury, it is vital that you report it as soon as possible. However, we understand that the nature of this kind of incident can be traumatic. The task of reporting your animal-related injury may feel daunting or stressful. Fortunately, DoNotPay can help relieve some of the stress of this experience and help you get started on filing an animal-related injury report on your behalf while you recuperate from your injury.

Because Florida does not have a one-bite rule for dogs and dog owners, you may be entitled to compensation after a dog bite happens, even if it is the first time the dog has bitten someone. If you can prove that you were not at fault for the incident, you can possibly sue the dog owner for damages. If you wish to proceed with charges, DoNotPay can also help you put together a strong case to help you win compensation for your suffering.

How Can DoNotPay Help?

Whether mild or severe, an animal-related injury can leave you feeling stressed and exhausted. DoNotPay is here to take on the extra work of filing a report after experiencing such an injury. 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.

DoNotPay Works Across All Cities and States

DoNotPay offers seamless animal control reporting in cities like:

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

In addition to helping you file animal-related injury reports or suing after an animal bite, DoNotPay offers a wide variety of services and products to help make your life easier. A few of our products can assist you with:

Sign up for DoNotPay and learn more about our helpful services today!

Want your issue solved now?