Promoting respect and compassion for all living creatures in the hearts and minds of those in our community.
Thank you for caring about animals!
Do you have a concern about an animal? The first step to help is to contact the right person. For ...
Neglect/cruelty/humane issues, owned pets left in home/on property, dog fighting: click here to report concerns.
Stray or too many cats, click here.
Stray and loose dogs, dog bites, damage claims, damage to livestock (dog/coyote), kennels/hoarders (non-cruelty), dog license/ rabies check: contact Dog Warden Matthew Patrick, 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. Monday – Friday, (724) 525-6490
Medical emergencies (non-owned) animals: call 911
Emergencies involving animals, natural disasters, house/barn fires, motor vehicle accidents, evacuating animals in immediate danger, Armstrong County Animal Response Team (ACART) by calling 911 to engage the ACART team.
Stray & loose dogs, dog bites/quarantines, noise complaints (barking), abandonment/neglect/cruelty, dog fighting, foreclosure, livestock running at large: call your local or state police.