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 Animal Control Response in Newcastle

If you are experiencing an animal related emergency, call 911.

The City of Newcastle is a part of Regional Animal Services of King County or RASKC. RASKC provides a 24-hour public safety response to dangerous animals, loose livestock on public roadways, as well as incidents involving animal injury and abuse. RASKC responds to non-emergency calls seven days a week between the hours of 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m.

Animal Control Officers conduct investigations, enforce state and local laws related to animals, and educate the public about animal welfare, restraint and licensing. You can file animal complaints and animal noise complaints online at this RASKC Animal Control Response website.

Wild Animals in Your Neighborhood
The Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) responds to situations where the animal is posing an urgent human safety concern. Call WDFW at 1-877-933-9847 to provide a non-emergency dangerous wildlife complaint. Call 911 immediately for an emergency wildlife situation.

In-depth information about wildlife and interactions with animals can be found on WDFW's Living with Wildlife web page.

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