Communicating with Shreveport Animal Control

Animal Control Communicating with Shreveport Animal Control

Contact Shreveport Animal Control & Demand Compensation for Dog Bites 

Shreveport, LA, is home to about 187,000 people and tens of thousands of pets. If you need to contact Shreveport animal control or Caddo Parish animal control, you're in the right place.

DoNotPay can help you communicate with your local animal control, and it can also help you demand compensation for your injuries after an animal attack. 

This piece explores four topics:

  1. How to contact Shreveport animal control — or Caddo animal control — using the DoNotPay App. It's super quick and easy!
  2. How to reach Caddo animal control by yourself, and the Caddo Parish animal control phone number
  3. A few things to keep in mind if you're looking for a dog bite lawyer or if you plan to sue for a dog bite incident
  4. And more legal hurdles you can manage with DoNotPay

But first, let's make sure you're getting medical attention if needed.

Animal Attacks Can Cause Injuries — Get Medical Help if Needed

If an animal has attacked you, you need to see a doctor. Dog bites can cause rabies, not to mention emotional and physical scarring. The medical costs of a dog bite can quickly add up, and total costs can be tens of thousands of dollars!

Think about how expensive medical care can be:

  • Ambulance rides
  • Emergency room visits
  • Stitches and X-rays
  • Rabies shots and rabies testing
  • Bandages
  • Prescription and over-the-counter medications
  • Ongoing physical therapy appointments
  • Counseling for children

The point we're making is that you must keep close tabs on your expenses. After you report the dog bite, you'll need to demand compensation from the owner. And DoNotPay can help! It's like having a robot lawyer on your cell phone.

Remember, you can use DoNotPay to reach any animal control office, even in big cities like MiamiAtlanta , and LA. Let's take a look.

How to Contact Shreveport Animal Control with DoNotPay

If you want to report a dog bite or other animal-related injury to Shreveport animal control, 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 all! 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.

Now you can focus on healing.

Of course, you can also contact Shreveport animal control by yourself. Let's take a look.

Contact Shreveport Animal Control by Yourself

Here are the details of Shreveport animal control (and Caddo Parish animal control). Note that they are the same organization.

  • Shreveport Animal Control Shreveport, LA 71101
  • Caddo Parish Animal Control 1500 Monty Street Shreveport, LA 71107
Phone Number
  • Shreveport: 318-226-6624
  • Caddo Parish: Phone: 318.226.6624

Fax: 318.429.7676

Emergency: 318.226.6801

EmailTo report issues with dangerous, nuisance, and uncontrollable animals, email Travis Clark –
  • Shreveport:
  • Caddo Parish:

Common Problems with Shreveport Animal Control 

Unfortunately, animal control officers in Shreveport are only human beings. They work regular hours, take weekends off, and deserve their holidays.

That means your dog bite might not get attention from an animal control officer until the next business day. Again, don't wait on them to get medical attention if you need it! Then, report the dog bite using DoNotPay. It's the fastest and easiest way! 

You Don't Need to Wait Until Monday to File an Animal Complaint. Use DoNotPay!

If it's going to be many days until you speak to an animal control officer, you should use DoNotPay to report an animal incident. That way, you know all the critical information is getting to the right people. And, more importantly, you'll create a legal record of the incident. This can be helpful later when you demand compensation for your medical bills or damaged property.

Now, let's think about a few key points to remember if you'll be suing the animal owner.

Be Great at Record-Keeping to Get the Compensation You Deserve

Be sure to keep and photograph every receipt and medical bill you receive. If you sue the animal's owner, you'll need to provide proof of damages. Photographs, doctors' statements, prescriptions, and so on are essential records.

This holds true in every state, not just Louisiana.

The DoNotPay App provides two solutions for dog bite victims: report the incident to local animal control and demand compensation from the animal's owner. But there's so much more you can do with the app!

What Else Can You Accomplish with DoNotPay?

Use the app to learn all about:

DoNotPay works across all animal control departments in the whole US! But that's not all.

Any time you feel like you're being mistreated by a company, government organization or a neighbor, DoNotPay can help. Make it your first resource any time you need to manage legal paperwork. It's always the faster, easier way. Try it now and see for yourself.

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