The Cumberland County Animal Control Department enforces all state and local laws pertaining to the ownership, regulation and control of dogs, cats, and other animals within the County. The department is responsible for picking up stray animals, livestock, exotic animals as well as wildlife that poses a threat to health and safety and rabid animals. Animal Control may also be able to assist with severely injured wildlife.
Animal Control officers respond to calls all over the County, check for compliance with rabies vaccination laws, as well as dog and cat license mandates. The Department also investigates all animal bites as mandated by North Carolina law. If you are attacked or bitten by an animal, call Animal Control at 910-321-6852 during normal duty hours or call the Sheriffs Office at 910-323-1500 ONLY after normal duty hours to report it and try to locate the owner of the animal, if possible.
Then seek medical attention if the skin has been broken. Interested in adopting a pet or just want more information, then please visit our Pet Adoption page. The Animal Control Department and Animal Shelter are located off of Tom Starling Road. From US 301, take a left onto Tom Starling Road and from Hwy 87, take a right. Corporation Drive is across the street from the Coca-Cola plant. Please give us a call if you need help finding us or enter our address, 4704 Corporation Drive, Fayetteville, NC into a GPS or online mapping website.
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