Can you report to RSPCA anonymously?

Call opening times You can report concerns on 0300 1234 999 but we’re unable to accept anonymous reports. The vast majority of calls we have to respond to come in during the day and early evening and we need to make sure we have enough officers available to deal with emergencies in these peak times.

What is the RSPCA email address?

Please note that our establishment may be operated largely by volunteers and whilst we will attempt to come back to you as quickly as possible there may be some delay….Adopt an animal.

Tel: 020 72722264
Notes: Alternative number – 07710 294180

How do I get a welfare check on my dog?

That said, even if you are unsure of the law as it pertains to the situation you’ve witnessed, you can still contact your local animal control or sheriff’s office, report what you’ve seen, and request that a “welfare check” be conducted at the address in question.

Can the RSPCA give advice?

If you need to report animal cruelty or just need advice about general pet care, animal welfare law, animal rehoming or vet care – we’re here to help. We promise that we’re committed to: Delivering good customer service to all of our supporters and users of our services.

How do I report a dog owner UK?

Anyone can report a dog and their owner to the police. You can report a dangerous dog to your council’s dog warden service. You can also report dog fouling to your local council.

What proof do you need for RSPCA?

Photographic proof of identity and age (over 18), being either:

  • Passport.
  • Driving licence.

What happens if someone reports you to RSPCA?

The RSPCA are obliged to investigate each case reported to them. They will come along and see that the dog is being well cared for and that will be the end of it. Just because they are investigating doesn’t mean anything is wrong they just have to make sure the complaint is unfounded. Don’t worry about it.

What do RSPCA inspectors do?

RSPCA inspectors investigate complaints about animal cruelty, rescue animals and give advice to animal owners.

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