File Your Robertson County Animal Control Report Today

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How to Contact Robertson County Animal Control

Robertson County, TN, oversees seven Tennessee cities, only two of which have animal control services. If you have encountered or been injured by a dangerous animal in Springfield or Greenbrier, look to your more local city animal services office. However, suppose there is a dangerous animal or attack in Adams, Coopertown, Cross Plains, Orlinda, or Cedar Hill–or the unincorporated land in between. In that case, you may need to call the office for assistance.

The only way to file a report is in person or over the phone. The office also defers emergency and rescue operations to local police. Fortunately, DoNotPay can help you file a Robertson County animal control report or send demand letters to a negligent dog owner without having to guess who to call or where to start.

About Robertson County, TN Animal Control Center

functions as a general shelter for county-wide lost and found animals. They handle the shelter and pet foster system and help Robertson County members find low-cost spay and neuter services with local clinic partners. However, they do not cover all the benefits typical to an animal control office, like animal abuse rescues or animal-related emergencies. For this, the small 5-person team defers to local law enforcement and, where possible, city-designated animal service offices.

  1. Lost and Found Pets
  2. Animal Adoptions
  3. Spay and Neuter

If you need to file a report with animal control in Robertson County, TN, it can be challenging to know which number to call or which office to contact.

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

The primary way to contact animal control in Robertson County is by phone. The animal control contact information provides several numbers based on the circumstances, but no email address and only a basic online report form–which may need to be forwarded to another department or regional service office.

AddressRobertson County Animal Control

2900 W County Farm Rd.

Springfield, TN 37172

HoursMon-Fri: 8 AM - 4 PM
Phone NumberGeneral: (615) 384-5611

Enforcement/Rescue: (615) 384-4911

Springfield: (615) 384-9289

Greenbriar: (615) 634-1003

WebsiteRobertson County Animal Control Homepage

Contact Animal Control/File a Report

How to Deal With an Out-Of-Control Animal in Robertson County, TN on Your Own

If you encounter a dangerous animal in Robertson County, TN, take care of safety first. In an emergency, first, consider your safety, then the safety of other humans and pets nearby, and finally, the safety of the dangerous animal who needs to be confined or rescued. DoNotPay can help you take the proper follow-up steps, file a report with the most appropriate animal control office nearby, and prepare a lawsuit against the owner of a violent dog.

Secure Your Safety

First, get yourself and others to safety. Create distance from the dangerous animal and try to put closed doors or fences between you and the animal. If anyone has been injured, seek medical attention immediately, if possible, document the injury and collect information from the dog owner.

Report a Dangerous or Loose Animal

If there is a dangerous, vicious, or aggressive animal on the loose, animal control needs to know. Call the emergency response number or the number of your most-local animal control office. If you're not sure who to call, dial 911 and let dispatch take care of deciding who to send to safely and humanely confine the dangerous animal.

Send Demand Letters To the Owner of an Animal That Causes Injury

Dog owners are liable if their dog bites someone in a public or legally accessed space. Should you need to send demand letters to for dog bite injuries, their liability insurance is there to draw upon to cover your medical costs. You do not need to hire a dog bite lawyer or conduct a lawsuit worthy of a television drama. DoNotPay can help you quickly and quietly file a small claims court lawsuit to reach a settlement based on your medical expenses.

Report Incidents of Animal Abuse or Neglect

Animals that have been abused can become dangerous and need rescue as much as the people they menace. If you witness ongoing animal abuse, dial 911 or an emergency animal control number for your region. If you suspect animal abuse or neglect, you can file an animal control report for officers to investigate and rescue the animal from abusive conditions. You might save the animal's life and prevent future human injuries with a simple report.

Handling a Robertson County Animal Control Issue With the Help Of DoNotPay

If you have suffered a dog bite or encountered a dangerous animal in Robertson County, TN, it can be challenging to know who to call or where to file your report. You may be too distracted by recovery and dealing with the aftermath to sort out the ambiguous animal control jurisdictions in Robertson County, and you shouldn't have to.

DoNotPay can help you file an animal control report with the right office through a simple online form. In addition, if you need to send demand letters to a dog owner to cover medical expenses from an injury, we can help you quickly take action, as well.

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.

Contact Animal Control or Claim Compensation Anywhere in the US

Have you or someone you know encountered a dangerous animal outside of Robertson County, TN? DoNotPay can still help. Our animal control and services work for any incident anywhere in the US.

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Dealing with the aftermath of an animal attack or dangerous animal encounter can be difficult. DoNotPay is here to help with accessible reports and lawsuit filing on your behalf.

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