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Monroe man faces animal cruelty charges
Times Herald-Record

Sanctuary says most animals in Hamptonburgh farm abuse case are on the mend
Times Herald-Record

Over 100 starving animals rescued from Orange County farm
Times Herald-Record

Over 200 animals rescued from Montgomery farm
Mid Hudson News

Newburgh man charged with animal cruelty
Mid-Hudson News

Highland Mills woman accused of starving her dog to death
Mid-Hudson News

Rats attack abandoned dog, owner charged with animal cruelty
Mid-Hudson News

New Windsor woman arrested on 30 animal cruelty charges
Mid-Hudson News

Woman sentenced for cruelty to over 30 horses
Mid-Hudson News

Probation sentence for woman who neglected more than 30 horses
Times Herald Record

Woman charged with 20 counts of animal cruelty
Mid-Hudson News

SPCA investigates dog tossed in Hudson
Mid-Hudson News

Murdered Pit Bull Pulled from River
The Blotter Mid-Hudson Valley Edition

Horse owner faces more animal neglect charges
Mid-Hudson News

Horse owner arrested on five counts of animal cruelty
Mid-Hudson News

Shelter Tails: If you see a pet being abused, call authorities
Times Herald Record

Animals at Middletown farm rescued after months without food, water
News12 Hudson Valley

SPCA removes 74 animals from Town of Wallkill home
Times Herald Record

2 dogs rescued from hot, boarded shed in Town of Wallkill
Times Herald Record

2 abandoned, abused pit bulls rescued by SPCA in Wallkill
News12 Hudson Valley

SPCA Rescues Dogs from Abandoned Home
The Sentinel

Rescuers save 2 dogs in flooded, filthy garage in Town of Wallkill
Times Herald Record

Complaints

What Complaints should NOT be filed with Hudson Valley Humane Law Enforcement?
• A dog barking in your neighborhood that is annoying or a nuisance.
• A vicious animal in your neighborhood.
• A person has been bitten.

The above complaints should be made to the police department or local animal control officer.

When Making a Complaint
• Be prepared to provide your name, address and phone number. This information will be kept in strict confidence and is for our records only.
• Be prepared to give the name and address of the person(s) about whom you are making the complaint.
• Be prepared to give a full description along with dates and specifics of what has occurred or is occurring.

Knowingly filing a false complaint is a violation of the New York State Penal Law (section 240.50 and 240.60) and subjects you to arrest and a year in the county jail (longer if a law enforcement officer is injured while responding to a complaint). We aggressively investigate false reports of animal cruelty. Reports made in good faith are welcomed and encouraged. When in doubt, please call: 855-448-2548. 

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