Hassle-Free Reporting with Connecticut Animal Control

Animal Control Hassle-Free Reporting with Connecticut Animal Control

Make Your Connecticut Animal Control Report With the Help of DoNotPay

Animals are just like people in the fact that they have a mind of their own. They also feel emotion. If a dog gets scared or nervous around someone new, its response may be to lash out. Some are simply more aggressive than others, whether due to their environment or otherwise. Regardless of why an animal attacks, it's wise to know about the proper procedure for connecting with Connecticut animal control in the case that they ever do.

Making a report can ensure an officer comes out to learn more about the situation and why it occurred and get the dog quarantined if need be to see if it's a further threat to the people of the area. Instead of figuring this report out on your own, you can get DoNotPay's assistance for prompt service. 

Animal Control Facilities Throughout Connecticut

Numerous animal control facilities exist throughout Connecticut. While some are intended for handling wildlife cases only, others handle common neighborhood pets. There is also a primary Connecticut Animal Control Unit. We'll look at this unit and a couple in popular cities.

Connecticut Department of Agriculture Animal Control Unit

Hartford is the capital of Connecticut, so it's no wonder the overall Animal Control Unit is based there. They investigate property damage caused by animals, handle dog bite and injury cases, oversee licensing and inspection for pet owners and facilities, look into animal abuse and neglect claims, and more. 

Address450 Columbus Boulevard, Suite 702, Hartford, CT 06103
Phone Number(860) 713-2506
Emailagr.animalcontrol@ct.gov
Websitehttps://portal.ct.gov/DOAG/Regulatory/Regulatory/Animal-Control-Division

Bridgeport Animal Control

Bridgeport is a large city within the state. Their Animal Control offices remain open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 4 pm, and Saturday from 9 am to 4 pm. They handle pet adoptions and animal control services and complaints. 

Address236 Evergreen Street

Bridgeport, CT 06606

Phone Number
  • Non-emergent Situation: 203-576-7727
  • Dispatch: 203-576-7671
EmailJennifer Wallace Chief Animal Control Officer Jennifer.Wallace@bridgeportct.gov
Websitehttps://www.bridgeportct.gov/AnimalControl
Facebook PagePet Adoption https://www.facebook.com/BPTANIMALSHELTER/?ref=ts

Stamford Police – Animal Control

Stamford is a well-liked town within Connecticut. The Stamford Police offer an Animal Control Unit to handle pet-related complaints. They're open daily from 8 am to 4 pm.  Contact them if you're interested in:

  1. Pet adoption
  2. Assistance with pet food
  3. Pet sterilization assistance
  4. Dog licensing
  5. Making an animal-based complaint, either wildlife or pet
Address201 Magee Ave, Stamford, CT 06902
Phone Number(203) 977-4437
Emailstamfordanimalcontrol@stamfordct.gov
Websitehttps://www.stamfordct.gov/government/public-safety-health-welfare/animal-control

Connecticut Dog Bite Laws

Several ordinances exist for Connecticut pet owners pertaining to dog bites and damage their canines may cause.

  • Dogs are considered an owner's personal property. Because of this, they are automatically held responsible for any damage they may cause.
  • Owners who have a dog that injures or kills another person's livestock, chickens, or other animals must reimburse the person who suffered a loss.
  • Dogs who bite people or other pets must be quarantined.
  • Dogs must not be allowed to roam free. You may be considered negligent if an incident occurs while they are out of your control.

Can I Sue for a Dog Bite?

You're able to sue for compensation for your medical expenses if you experienced a dog bite or other injury. You can also get additional compensation for pain and suffering if you can prove negligence and work with an experienced dog bite lawyer. It may be wise to get the process started with DoNotPay.

The Sue Now product helps you in just a few simple steps. Simply describe your reasoning for wanting to sue, and indicate the amount you feel is fair, and we'll draft the details on your behalf and even mail them to the appropriate parties.

Make an Animal Control Report on Your Own

You'll need to pay attention to your specific city or county's animal control services. Contacting the appropriate place ensures faster service. Simply call up the animal control office in your area and wait to be directed on your next steps. 

Let DoNotPay Make Your Animal Report in Connecticut

DoNotPay has a product for nearly everything, it seems, including making animal control reports. Let us help you get the details generated and submitted. We'll even assist with drafting a demand letter to the pet's owner requesting compensation for medical expenses. 

  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).

     

Other Locations DoNotPay Can Assist

DoNotPay is not solely focused on CT animal control. Instead, we work across all locations throughout the nation to offer assistance. Whether you're in Los Angeles, Atlanta, or Miami, we can help generate your reports. It doesn't matter if you live anywhere between Ohio and California, or Texas and Pennsylvania, DoNotPay helps with all dog bite laws and information so you can get the assistance you need from the right agency. 

Does DoNotPay Handle Any Other Services?

DoNotPay handles a wide array of services. Everything from beating bureaucracy to finding missing money can be accomplished with our help. Some examples include:

amongst many other things. DoNotPay strives to assist you in any way we can. 

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