Law Enforcement and Animal Control Assistance
Agencies We Assist
AIR works with Law Enforcement and Animal Control to assist communities with limited resources to pursue animal cruelty and neglect cases.
Resources We Provide
AIR helps communities understand the current animal welfare laws, assists law enforcement in building cases against abusers, provides skilled Responders to staff and run emergency sheltering while animals are in custody, and works with placement partners to get the animals into safe, reputable rescue organizations. Our services are at no cost to the requesting agency.
Functions We Facilitate
Our services allow local resources to reach farther with their investigations and enforcement, particularly in circumstances that exceed local capabilities. Here are a few examples of how our Responders help day-to-day:
Animal Investigation & Response (AIR) has certified Emergency Responders who can function under ICS, national and state protocols in dealing with natural disaster relief. AIR provides communities with resources, manpower and equipment to staff an emergency shelter. AIR can also provide veterinary support and networking assistance for displaced animals in the community to reunite individuals with their lost animals. Our services are at no cost to the requesting agency.
AIR Investigations Department serves all counties in the state of Texas that requests our assistance for cases of large scale cruelty.
We have assisted authorities in, but not limited to, the following counties: Parker, Tarrant, Denton, Johnson, Collin, Palo Pinto, Hays, Dallas, Grimes, Potter, Bexar, Brady, Rusk, Smith, and so on.
Our investigations department is overseen by over 5 decades of experience in animal cruelty investigations, animal control, law enforcement, and training to ensure all cases are receiving the utmost attention and expertise.
AIR is the ONLY mobile animal response unit servicing the entire state of Texas that assists authorities, with large-scale animal cruelty cases, & disaster response.
We are NOT currently accepting reports of animal abuse from the general public.