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Contact us

Please note: this number is for animal health and welfare complaints only, for Consumer Complaints please contact Consumer Direct 0808 223 1133.

For complaints regarding puppy breeders please contact the licencing department of the local district or borough council.

Address

Staffordshire County Council Animal Health Team,
Staffordshire Place 2,
Stafford,
ST16 2DH

Tel: 01785 277875
Fax: 01785 277877 
Email: animal.health@staffordshire.gov.uk

Opening Hours:

  • Monday to Thursday - 8:30 until 17:00
  • Fridays 08:30 - 16:30.
Out of hours: Please call our pager number 08448 222888 and quote number: 839677

All personal data is treated as confidential. 

Useful links and websites

Below are pages that can give you information and assistance in relation to animal health and farming.

Please note: We are not responsible for the content of external websites linked from this page. 

DEFRA

Defra's core purpose is to improve the current and future quality of life. For the first time one department has brought together the interests of farmers and the countryside; the environment and the rural economy; the food we eat, the air we breathe and the water we drink.

CTS Online

This site gives farmers/markets online access to the BCMS Cattle Tracing System. You must have 'JavaScript' turned on to use this Web site.

The National Farmers Union

The National Farmers Union represents the farmers and growers of England and Wales.

The Food Standards Agency

The Food Standards Agency is responsible for improving food safety right through the food chain. This includes improving hygiene on the farm and ensuring that human health is not put at undue risk through what is fed to animals.

The Farm Animal Welfare Council

The Farm Animal Welfare Council (FAWC) is an independent advisory body established by the Government. Its terms of reference are to keep under review the welfare of farm animals on agricultural land, at market, in transit and at the place of slaughter; and to advise the Government of any legislative or other changes that may be necessary.

Horse accidents

The Biritish Horse Society has launched a campaign in order to establish the number of equestrian related accidents/incidents.

Confidential help for the farming community

This is available from:

Staffordshire Rural Support Network
Phone: 01889 271350

Royal Agricultural Benevolent Institution
Phone: 01865 727888
Opening hours: weekdays 9am-5pm (4.30pm Fridays)

Farm Crisis Network
Phone: 0845 367 9990

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