Animal Control

Animal Control

If you see an animal that is in need, call the Humane Society of Scott County Animal Control at (563) 388-6655. Visit their website at http://www.hssc.us

The Humane Society of Scott County Animal Control Officer works in our community to protect stray, injured, abused and unwanted animals. They also help the public deal with problems caused by animals.

The animal control officer responds to calls about neglected or lost animals. They are the first people to provide comfort and compassion to animals in need.

Some of the services the animal control officer provides:

  • Rescuing injured animals.
  • Controlling stray and potentially dangerous animals at large.
  • Bringing lost pets to the Humane Society of Scott County where their owners can reclaim them.
  • Investigating animal mistreatment and neglect.

Here are some ways you can help the Animal Control Officer:

  • All cats and dogs in the city of Davenport must be on a leash when being walked.
  • All cats and dogs must have a current city license.
  • All cats and dogs must have a current rabies vaccination.
  • Pets left outside must have adequate food, shelter and water.
  • Pets kept outside must have their area clean and free of excrement.
  • Pet waste must be picked up when you walk them in a public area.

Humane Society of Scott County

News & Notices

On Monday, February 13 th Sheriff Lane swore in a new Scott County Deputy, Bradley Rubino. Deputy Rubino will be attending the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy and then joining the Patrol Division once he has finished his field training program later this year. We would like to congratulate and welcome...
Posted: February 13, 2017
On Monday, February 13 th , at 0900, the Scott County Sheriff’s Office will hold a Swearing In Ceremony in the Sheriff’s Office Conference Room on the second floor of the Scott County Courthouse. Bradley Rubino will be hired as the newest deputy sheriff for Scott County. Bradley Rubino was raised...
Posted: February 10, 2017
On Monday, February 6 th , Sergeant Joe Caffery was promoted by Sheriff Lane to the rank of Lieutenant. Lieutenant Caffery has been assigned to 2 nd and 3 rd shift patrol. Biography - Joe Caffery grew up in Eldridge, Iowa and later moved to Davenport, where he graduated from West High School. Mr...
Posted: February 6, 2017