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Butler County Sheriff’s Office

705 Hanover Street
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
(513) 785-1300
Service Categories: Humane Society/Animal Control
Serving: Butler County

Deputy Dog Warden Unit

Deputies respond to calls for dog abuse, abandonment or neglect, as well as dogs running at large or any other violation of dog laws. Removal of wild animals, including feral cats, is a service provided by commercial animal removal companies and not a Dog Warden responsibility. As Humane Officers, deputies will respond to assist local law enforcement with injured or neglected animals.

If you have a question for a Deputy Dog Warden, call (513) 887-PAWS (7297).

BCSO Deputy Dog Wardens serve the cities of Hamilton, Middletown, Monroe and Trenton as well as the townships and villages of Butler County. Services are coordinated through local law enforcement agency.

For animal-related issues in the City of Fairfield, call the Fairfield Police at 513-829-8201.

For animal-related issues in the City of Hamilton, call Butler County dispatch at 513-785-1300.

For animal-related issues in the City of Middletown, call the Middletown Police at 513-425-7700.

For animal-related issues in the City of Monroe, call the Monroe Police at 513-539-9234.

For animal-related issues in the City of Oxford, call the Oxford Police at 513-523-4321.

For animal-related issues in the City of Trenton, call the Trenton Police at 513-988-6341.

For animal-related issues in the West Chester Township, call West Chester PD at 513-777-2231.

For all other townships and villages, call the Butler County Sheriff dispatch center at 513-785-1300.