Animal Control


Woodbridge Regional Animal Control provides enforcement of all Connecticut Statutes, local and State laws and ordinances pertaining to dogs, cats and other animals. Their responsibilities include, but are not limited to responding to calls for:
  • Animal cruelty complaints
  • Animal nuisance
  • Cat bites
  • Dog bites
  • Stray, roaming, abandoned, sick or injured animals
Our Officers conduct investigations and inspections, issue citations, written warnings and apply for arrest warrants when needed. Animal Control ensures public safety in the Town that they protect and serve: Woodbridge, Bethany and Seymour.

Shelter Facility

They also maintain the animal shelter facility at 135 Bradley Road, Woodbridge CT in accordance with said laws providing a humane and healthy environment for the animals impounded there.


Give the gift of comfort, and donate a Kuranda bed! Any monetary donations can be made to One Big Dog Animal Respite Fund Inc. (501c3) 


Access the Woodbridge Municipal Animal Control Adoption Application (PDF) to learn more about the adoption process.