The Animal Control function of the Mauldin Police Department provides for the humane treatment of stray, neglected and abused animals. With that in mind, we wish to provide our professional assistance for the health and protection of the residents of Mauldin. Officer Linda Carpenter is our current Animal Control Officer.
Her responsibilities include the enforcement of local and state animal control laws, the humane capture and treatment of unwanted animals, investigation of animal abuse, neglect, cruelty, and the provision of emergency transportation and care for injured animals within the City of Mauldin. In addition to providing care for unwanted animals, Officer Carpenter also investigates animal bites, nuisance animals, unlicensed domestic pets, and aggressive animals. Humane style traps are also provided, subject availability.
Should you have found an animal, you can take the animal to the Mauldin Police Department at 5 E. Butler Road, or call Officer Carpenter at (864) 289-8974
for more information.
If you live outside the Mauldin City limits, you can contact Greenville County Animal Control at (864) 467-7595.
Please have your pet spayed or neutered and help control the pet population.