There is a growing number of animal welfare advocates in the Philippines and ordinary citizens are beginning to reject animal cruelty, willing to take personal action against it. Just from this website, I can see from the visitor data that many are seeking information on how to report animal cruelty in the Philippines. You can find my previous post on the subject HERE.
Keep in mind that your complaint has legal standing via the Philippine Animal Welfare Act which is also known as the RA 8485. This law gives you the power to complain. Familiarize yourself with RA 8485. For example, denying an animal adequate care is a violation of the law. Keeping a dog tied up under the sun and rain is a violation of the law. Keeping a dog on a very short leash that it can no longer move around or stand erect is a violation of the law. So, when you seek assistance, you're calling because there is a law being violated, and not just for pity's sake. That means that the law enforcement agency, officer, barangay captain must investigate. As a citizen, demand a response. Animal abuse is a legitimate area of concern. Animal abuse is NOT acceptable. If you haven't done so, print a copy of the animal welfare act and submit it to your barangay government for their information.
Here is the info:
Police non-emergency response: Dial 723-0401 to 20
Text message PNP to: Type PNP
Police emergencies: Call 117
Or you can call the Animal Kingdom Foundation (AKF)
AKF action center: (045)6150895
Center Manager: 0920-9875110
Officer in charge: 0920-9835109
For general information : Philippine Animal Welfare Society
I hope this helps.