Wakefield Police Department

603-522-3232

All animal calls for the towns of Brookfield and Wakefield are handled by a part-time animal control officer. When the animal control officer is not on duty, all animal calls will be handled by the patrol division.


Fees:


​​The Wakefield Police Department does charge a $15.00 kennel fee for all animals stored in the kennel longer than four hours after being located. For each additional day your pet is stored at our kennel, a $10.00 kennel assessment fee occurs. Payments must be paid in full prior to your pet being released from the facility. Please contact the Department and/or Animal Control Officer Guldbrandsen for questions regarding fines and payments.

Dogs are kept in stall style kennels, with access to an outdoor fenced run. 

All animal calls for the towns of Brookfield and Wakefield are handeled by the part-time animal control officer. When the animal control officer is not on duty, all animal calls will be handeled by the patrol division. The Wakefield Police Department is equipped with an outdoor animal kennel that is temperature controlled to accommodate the comfortibility of each animal throughout the change of every season. While awaiting their owner's arrival for pick-up, each animal is fed, watered and exercised each day. Each domestic animal that is located and stored in the kennel will have a photograph, description and geographic area in which they were  located posted below. If you recognize an animal that is being stored in our kennel please contact the Wakefield Police Department dispatch line at 603-539-2285 and an officer will release the animal to you upon arrival. The Wakefield Police Department does charge a $15.00 kennel fee for all animals stored in the kennel longer than four hours after being located. For each additional day your pet is stored at our kennel, a $10.00 kennel assessment fee occurs. Payments must be paid in full prior to your pet being released from the facility. Please contact the Animal Control Officer for questions regarding fines and payments.


All wild animal calls for service are handled by The New Hampshire Department of Fish and Game. To report a wild animal call please contact 603-271-3361 for service.

Animals Currently Being Held in the Wakefield Police Department Kennel

There are currently no animals being held at the Wakefield Police Department.

The Wakefield Police Department has a fully heat controlled kennel facility allowing for the temporary housing of dogs, cats and other small animals. The Animal Control Officer oversees the animals' care, with the on duty Officers assisting. Animals staying in the kennel will have a photograph, description and the geographic area in which they were found posted on the Department's Facebook page, www.facebook.com/WakefieldPolice, as well as having the information available at the station.


If your animal is missing or you recognize an animal in our kennels, please contact the Police Department by calling:

603-522-3232 - During normal business hours (Monday - Friday, 8am - 4pm)
603-539-2284 - After hours - Carroll County Sheriff's Dispatch

Animal Control Division

The Wakefield Police Department Kennels

Animal Control Officer: