Try to gather the following information before submitting a report of animal cruelty:
A concise, written, factual statement of what you observed—giving dates and approximate times whenever possible.
Photographs of the location, the animals in question and the surrounding area. Note: do not put yourself in danger! Do not enter another person's property without permission, and exercise great caution around unfamiliar animals who may be frightened or in pain.
If you can, provide the names and contact information of other people who have firsthand information about the abusive situation.
Report Animal Cruelty online using our Form at the bottom of this page.
While an aggressive, timid or fearful animal may appear to be a cruelty victim, it is not possible to know if an animal is being abused based on their behavior alone. It is best to examine the animal and his surrounding environment to determine whether or not he or she needs help.
Physical Signs of Cruelty
Environmental Signs of Cruelty
If you think someone you know is abusing animals, please speak up and complete the form below for WILD Canine Rescue to send out a Humane Investigator. Thank you.
*The information on Animal Cruelty on this page is provided by the ASPCA