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Report DRDR to Authorities

FL Office of the Attorney General:

The Attorney General's office has provided the following links to report 

activity to.

Please contact the Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer
Services, Division of Consumer Services (DACS), 
which is the state agency that registers solicitations of charitable donations by non-profit and charitable organizations. For further information, visit the DACS's
website at:

You may also contact the DACS at:
Florida Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services
Division of Consumer Services
2005 Apalachee Parkway
Tallahassee, Florida 32399
Telephone: (850) 488-2221
Toll-free in FL: (800) 435-7352

I also recommend that you convey your concerns to the local law enforcement agency for any action they deem appropriate. 
In Florida, the police or sheriff's department in each city or county is responsible for investigating crime at the local level. Those authorities operate independently and are not a part of the Attorney General's Office. 

I have provided contact information for the 
Broward County Sheriff's Office below:

Broward County Sheriff's Office
Post Office Box 9507
Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33310-9507
Phone: (954) 831-8900
Non-emergencies: (954) 765-4321

Email address: ask_the_sheriff@sheriff.org

You may also wish to report suspected fraudulent internet activity to the
Internet Crime Complaint Center, which is a combined effort of the
National White Collar Crime Center and the FBI to combat Internet fraud.
You may reach this office by telephone at (800) 251-7581, or you may
visit that agency's website at:

I also recommend you convey your concerns to Facebook by sending an email
to: abuse@facebook.com

You may also file a complaint with the PayPal on the following website:

You may wish to express your concerns to:

* the United States Department of Agriculture
* Animal Planet
* Health Inspection Services (APHIS)
which is the agency that enforces the federal Animal Welfare Act. 
Further information about enforcement of this Act is available online at:


If the IRS has given me a nonprofit exemption, why do I have to prove nonprofit 

status in the state of Florida?

Florida law requires all entities, except federal agencies, desiring to qualify for sales tax exemptions to complete a Consumer's Certificate of Exemption available from the Florida Department of Revenue. Exemption certificates expire 5 years after the date of issuance and are subject to review and reissuance procedures.
References: Section 212.084, F.S.; Rules 12A-1.038(2)(a)(3)(d), F.A.C.

If you have information about a tax law violation, you may report it to the Florida Department of Revenue. The Department will investigate information you provide about an individual or business that may be evading or violating Florida tax laws.
When you contact the Department to report an alleged tax violation, please be prepared to provide information about the business, the type of violation, and date when the violation occurred.
To report a tax violation:
  • Call
    800-FL-AWARD (1-800-352-9273)
  • Fax
    Attention: Tax Violations
  • E-mail
  • Write
    Florida Department of Revenue
    Tax Violations — General Tax Administration
    PO Box 5139
    Tallahassee, FL 32399


You may file unlicensed activity complaints with the Division of Regulation for the following professions:

 > Veterinary Medicine

Needs a License
Does not need a License
Treatment or diagnosis of an animal.         
Treating the ills or injuries of animals you own.
Immunization or treatment of diseases of animals that are communicable (can be transferred) to humans.
Grooming or boarding unless performed at a veterinary clinic.
Farriery and manual hand floating of
teeth on equines (horses) if hired by an owner.  Examples of farriering include equine hoof care, the trimming and balancing of a horse's hoof and the placing of shoes to the horse's foot.
Dispensing of drugs to animals.

Diana Peters has been dispensing drugs to dogs , she has admitted she self diagnoses and treats with prescription drugs she gets from others.  She gives vaccines, and gives panacur for worms.   She has admitted to sedating puppies herself, treating diseases and more.    

Reporting Unlicensed Activity:

File a Complaint: Complaint forms may be submitted via fax, email, or mail for the professions listed above.
  • Email: ULA@dbpr.state.fl.us
  • Fax: 850.921.2124
  • Mail: 1940 North Monroe Street, Tallahassee, FL 32399

Oakland Park Code Compliance

Death Row Dog Rescue 
3310 NW 21st AVE
(mailing address is Fort Lauderdale)

Joe Moticker




 Complaints can be submitted via the E-code On-line system. This is available through the City's E-code system, by following the simple instructions for accessing this function. Through this method, the complainant can remain anonymous.

U S Mail – Complaints can be sent via regular mail to the City of Oakland Park Code Enforcement Division, 5399 N. Dixie Highway, Suite 3, Oakland Park, FL 33334. Through this method, the complainant can remain anonymous by not signing the letter.

main Code Enforcement office at 954-630-4400


Animal Cruelty  
Animal cruelty is against the law, per the Broward County Animal Care Ordinance, Sections 4-17 and 4-20. The Ordinance applies to all animals, not only dogs and cats. 

(2)Common Examples of Animal Cruelty that has been witnessed at DRDR.
  • Allowing an animal to become underweight and/or live in unsanitary conditions
  • Allowing an animal’s medical conditions to go untreated

Reporting Animal Cruelty
Violent incidents of animal cruelty, such as beating a dog, should be reported to the resident’s city Police Department. All other incidents of animal cruelty should be reported as follows.
If you live in one of the following cities, report animal cruelty to that city’s Animal Control department for investigation:
Coral Springs954-346-4422
Pompano Beach 954-786-4027
If you live in any other Broward County city, or in unincorporated Broward County, report animal cruelty to Broward County Animal Care as follows.
Monday through Friday 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Call Animal Care Dispatch at 954-359-1313, extension 9249. Provide the dispatcher with as much information as possible, including the name, complete address of the owner, when the owner is home, the breed and number of animals involved in your report, and why you feel the situation should be investigated. 
Weekdays after 5:00 p.m. or Weekends and County Observed Holidays
Call the Broward Sheriff’s Office Central Dispatch line at 954-765-5124. Provide the dispatcher with as much information as possible, including the name, complete address of the owner, when the owner is home, the breed and number of animals involved in your report, and why you feel the situation should be investigated.