The ASPCA in Miami, Florida
The ASPCA works to improve animals’ lives and keep more pets with their loving families in communities that struggle with animal homelessness and have gaps in veterinary care. By increasing access to basic veterinary care and pet resources in the areas of greatest need, we aim to create healthier communities for cats, dogs and their families.
Through our Community Veterinary Center in Liberty City, Miami, we are providing critical services, supplies and medical care to pets in need.
Need Assistance with a Cat or Dog in the Liberty City Area? Contact Us!
For pet owners who live in Miami-Dade and need non-emergency assistance with their pets, please complete the form below and we will contact you within 72 hours. Please do not use this form for emergency care. If your pet requires emergency care, visit your local veterinary emergency hospital.
To find a full-service veterinarian for medical emergencies in your area, please visit the American Animal Hospital Association (AAHA) website which will assist you in locating an accredited veterinary practice.
Reporting Animal Abuse
If you believe you have witnessed or otherwise have knowledge of animal abuse, we encourage you to contact your local law enforcement agency or animal control agency authorized to investigate animal related crimes in your jurisdiction. While the ASPCA works with local law enforcement throughout the country to assist with investigations into alleged abuse, we do not enforce the animal cruelty laws, nor are we associated with any local SPCAs that may have authority to do so.
To report abuse in Miami-Dade County, you can contact the Animal Services Department either by calling 311 or (305) 468-5900, or for crimes in progress, calling 911. You can also submit a report on the Miami-Dade Animal Services website.
In all other areas, you should contact the local agency responsible for investigating animal crimes. If you are unsure of the appropriate agency, you can contact your local police department or sheriff’s office.
Additional Information for Miami-Dade Residents
- Basic medical care for cats and dogs
- Pet care resources for cats and dogs
- Trap-Neuter-Return-Monitor (TNRM)
- Human and Pet Food Resources
For additional information on ASPCA services for Miami-Dade County residents, see our Community Veterinary Center page and Frequently Asked Questions page. If you reside in Miami-Dade County and are in need of additional pet resources, please visit the Miami-Dade Animal Services website or call 311. You can also visit the Miami Resources webpage for additional information on local resources.