The Quickest Way to Contact Williamson County Animal Control

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 is a county-run animal control agency that provides sheltering services for Williamson County, Tennessee. The organization also assists in enforcing local and state laws regarding animals.

The Williamson County Animal Shelter also offers various animal services, including licensing, microchipping, and TNR (trap-neuter-return). These services help ensure the safety and well-being of animals in the community.

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About Williamson County Animal Control

 is tasked with enforcing all laws regarding animals within Williamson County, including local and state cruelty statutes. The department also provides sheltering services for homeless pets and assists in implementing animal-related offenses. In addition, Animal Control works closely with other county agencies to ensure that animals are being treated appropriately and humanely.

What Services Do They Provide?

The Williamson County Animal Shelter offers a variety of services to the community:

  • Licensing – Help protect your pet and recover them if lost by having a license tag. All dogs, cats, and ferrets older than three months should have a current rabies vaccination and a Williamson County license.
  • Microchipping – This service enables Animal Control to quickly identify you as an owner if your animal is found without tags or other identification. Like a license, microchips allow Animal Control to ensure pets swiftly are returned home safely.
  • TNR (trap-neuter-return) – This service supports feral cat colonies across the county by trapping them, spaying or neutering them, and releasing them back into their area of origin. While this isn't an adoption service, it does help to control the feral cat population and improve the health of these animals.

Williamson County Animal Control Location, Hours, and Contact Details

ScheduleMonday - Friday 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Address106 Claude Yates Drive

Franklin, TN 37064

Phone NumberPhone: (615) 790-5590

After Hours Emergencies Phone: (615) 790-5757

Williamson County, TN Dog Bite Laws

Williamson County has specific regulations in place to deal with dogs that cause injuries:

  1. The Williamson County Animal Control will typically quarantine the dog for ten days in a dog bite. This is done to ensure that the dog does not have rabies and allow the victim to seek medical attention.
  2. Under Tennessee state law, the owner of a dog is strictly liable for any injuries that the animal causes, regardless of whether or not the owner knew of the dog's vicious propensities. This means that the victim does not need to prove that the owner was negligent to recover damages.
  3. Williamson County has its own set of dog bite laws that applies to all unincorporated areas within the county. These laws state that the dog owner is liable for any injuries caused by the animal, regardless of whether or not the owner was present when the attack occurred.
  4. In a Williamson dog bite case, the victim may recover damages for medical expenses, lost wages, pain, suffering, and other related costs.

Can You Sue Someone for Dog Bites?

Yes. If a dog injures you, you may sue the animal owner for damages. You do not need to prove that the owner was negligent to recover damages.

In addition, the victim of a dog bite may recover damages from the city or county in which the attack occurred. This is because cities and counties must protect the public from dangerous animals.

How to Report an Animal-Related Injury in Williamson County, TN

If your animal is injured or someone else's property is damaged due to a dog’s actions, you should immediately contact Animal Control to report the incident. If an animal has bitten a human being, it must be quarantined for ten days as per state law.

In addition, if an animal has been involved in an incident where it caused injury or damage, the animal owner must file a report with Animal Control. This report should include information about the incident and the contact information for the animal owner.

How to Report Animal-Related Injuries Outside of Tennessee

Suppose you happen to be bitten or injured by a dog outside Tennessee. In that case, you should immediately seek medical attention and contact the animal control agency in the jurisdiction where the incident occurred.

DoNotPay has a collection of helpful animal control local resources that include:

How to Use DoNotPay to Report an Animal-Related Injury

If you would like to file a report about an animal-related injury, you can use the DoNotPay app. This app provides step-by-step instructions on how to file a report with Animal Control and the contact information for the agency.

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.

Why Use DoNotPay to Report an Animal-Related Incident

DoNotPay offers several compelling reasons why you should use their app to report an animal-related injury:

  • The app provides detailed information about where to go and whom to contact for help when reporting a dog bite in Tennessee.
  • It makes filing reports much easier because the app guides users through every process.
  • DoNotPay also offers legal consultation for those who need it. This can help determine your next steps after an animal-related injury.
  • The app is available in English and Spanish, making it accessible to more people.

What Else Can DoNotPay Do?

Besides helping you file a report about an animal-related injury, DoNotPay can be used to:

If you would like to learn more about how to file a report about an animal-related injury or need legal assistance after an incident, try DoNotPay now.

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