Changes due to coronavirus (COVID-19)
Regarding COVID-19, the Animal Shelter is open normal hours and still offering all services. Citizens can call the front desk for instructions on arrival and can complete any paperwork at the table outside.
The City of San Angelo Animal Services division exists to prevent the spread of disease from animals to humans, enforce local and state laws and increase the number of animals that leave the animal shelter alive. If you’ve been bitten by an animal, then please call 325-657-4224 (or after hours 325-657-4315) to report the incident. To report a suspected animal violation, please complete this form or call 325-657-4224.
In April 2016, the City adopted a no kill initiative with the goal of decreasing the number of animals euthanized. A community is defined as no kill if 90% or greater of animals leave the municipal shelter alive. We made improvements under this plan increasing the live release rate from 33% in fiscal year 2015 to 47% in fiscal year 2018.
To fully realize the no kill initiative, the City needed more resources.
In April 2019, the City adopted the American Pets Alive! model to increase our live release rate. Under this programming, we met our goal in fiscal year 2019 of 61% of animals released alive. With the community’s continued support, we will reach our goal of 90% of animals released alive by fiscal year 2021.
Lost and found
If you have lost a pet:
- Call your microchip company to verify your contact information is current. If you microchipped through the city, contact 24PetWatch at 866-597-2424
- Post a picture/description on the local lost and found website helpmegethome.com
- Post a flyer at the city shelter
- Post an ad in the San Angelo Standard-Times
Adopt, Foster and Support
Adoption fees include the cost of the spay/neuter, rabies vaccine, microchipping and City registration.
View the pets available for adoption by clicking here.
Finding her way home... (A story from the Animal Shelter)