Chatham County Animal Control Services/NC Wildife Resources Commission Services


Chatham County Animal Services offers free services for investigating animal nuisances; protecting the public against rabies and other animal-related diseases; protecting against dangerous and vicious dogs; investigating wildlife rabies incidents, including suspected rabid raccoons, fox, and coyotes; providing emergency and disaster response for animals; providing dog and cat bite management; and picking up stray and homeless dogs and cats.

The North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission Wildlife Helpline (866-318-2404 or 919-707-4011) is a good source of information on wildlife behavior, damage, and injury.

If you find an injured or orphaned wild animal around your home or in your neighborhood, consult this website:


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