How do I report animal abuse in Broward County?

Table of contents:

  1. How do I report animal abuse in Broward County?
  2. How do I report animal cruelty in Florida?
  3. What do animal control do with dead dogs?
  4. How do you get your dog to come back when you run away?

How do I report animal abuse in Broward County?

If you witness abuse against a dog or cat in desperate need, DO NOT HESITATE; please pick up the phone and call for help! Call the Broward County Animal Cruelty Hotline at 311. If it is after 5 pm., weekends or holidays, call Animal Care at 954-359-1313, press Option 2 and leave a message.

How do I report animal cruelty in Florida?

Reporting Animal Cruelty or Animal Emergencies

  1. Clay County Animal Care & Control - (904) 269-6342.
  2. Clay County Sheriff's Office - (904) 264-6512.
  3. Florida Wildlife Commission - 1 (888) 404-FWCC (3922)

What do animal control do with dead dogs?

Dead Dogs: After dogs have been euthanized, their bodies are placed into large black plastic bags and their kennels are sanitized. Cats in Freezer: Cat carcasses are stored in a walk in freezer until they can be picked up and disposed of.

How do you get your dog to come back when you run away?

Here are 10 tips based on my experience chasing runaway dogs.

  1. Stay calm. When you realize your dog has bolted, panic sets in. ...
  2. Don't run. If your dog is still in sight, don't run toward him. ...
  3. Open up. ...
  4. Pull out your dog's stuff. ...
  5. Grab treats. ...
  6. Hang signs. ...
  7. Grab friends and check shelters. ...
  8. Have your pup come to you.