Humane Society of Huron Valley: Report Suspected Abuse or Neglect

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Report Suspected Abuse or Neglect

If you believe you've witnessed a crime involving animals, please fill out the following form, or call us at (734) 661-3512. Due to the confidential nature of our investigations, you will not receive any information regarding the results of any investigation. Your personal information will be kept confidential.

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Question - Required - Type of animal(s) (select all that apply):
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Question - Required - Coat length:



   


   


   


 
Question - Not Required - Skin/Coat Condition:

   


 
Question - Not Required - Thin (please select from the options below)

 
Question - Not Required - Injured (please select from the options below)

   


 
Question - Not Required - Where is the animal injured?

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Question - Required - Shelter:


 

(Maximum response 255 chars, approx. 5 rows of text)

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Question - Required - Water:



 
Question - Not Required - Sanitation:




 
Question - Not Required - Confinement:

 

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Question - Required - Did you personally witness the incident?


   


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Question - Not Required - Vehicle description (if any associated with the suspect or animal(s)):



   


   


   


  Please provide contact information below. HSHV does not disclose your information to anyone. It is not required, but it is helpful in case we have further questions or need more information.

 

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City/State/ZIP:

 

    

 

 

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