SAVE: Saving Animal Victims with Empathy
SAVE (Saving Animal Victims with Empathy) is DCSPCA's program to care for animals who have been subjected to abuse and/or neglect, and provide evidence so that humane law offenders may be prosecuted.
We provide all of the animals' veterinary care, as well as housing, nutrition, and emotional support. We also collect evidence that is used in the prosecution of offenders.
Once an animal has recovered from their abuse, we find them the loving home that they deserve.
Animal Control Officer (ACO)
DCSPCA provides animal control services for the following municipalities: Pleasant Valley, Lagrange, Red Hook, Hyde Park, Clinton.
To report a loose or aggressive dog or barking complaint, please call DCSPCA at (845) 452-7722 ext. 423.
DCSPCA partners with the Dutchess County Sheriff’s Office to enforce humane law. Complaints are investigated by the Sheriff’s Office, and DCSPCA provides housing and care for abused and neglected companion animals as well as evidence for the prosecution of cases.
To report animal cruelty: Please call the Sheriff's Office at (845) 486-3800
Dutchess County SPCA is not chartered to rescue wildlife.
If you find an injured wild animal, please call Friends of the Feathered and Furry Wildlife Center at (518) 965-1864 or go to the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation's website for their searchable database of certified wildlife rehabilitators.
Animal Cruelty on the Internet
If you see animal cruelty on the internet, contact the Internet Crime Complaint Center.
The Internet Crime Complaint Center, or IC3, is the Nation’s central hub for reporting cyber crime. It is run by the FBI, the lead federal agency for investigating cyber crime.