Contact Animal Services

Animal Services Facility

Physical Address:
705 Robert Lanier
Baytown, TX 77520
(SH 146 S/B Feeder between Garth and Decker).

Phone:
Call (281) 422-7600

Email:
animalservices@baytown.org

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 Animal Services Mobile AdoptionTrailer

We, the Baytown Animal Services Division, strive to enforce the state laws and city ordinances, in order to provide a safe and healthy environment for the citizens of Baytown. Our goal is to teach responsible pet ownership and ensure the humane treatment of all animals through public education and good animal control laws.

Animal Services Field Service:

Monday through Sunday
7:00 A.M. - 7:00 P.M. 

The Animal Services Facility:

Tuesday thru Saturday
12:00 P.M. - 6:00 P.M 


The animals you see on our website are just a few of many we have available for adoption. You must be at least 18 years old with a valid drivers license for the adoption process. There is a $50.00 adoption fee. In the event the animal is already spayed or neutered, there will only be a $10.00 adoption fee. Any animal adopted from the shelter must be spayed or neutered and have a current rabies vaccination.

 

 

Up For Adoption/Lost & Found

These dogs are just a few in our shelter.
Please stop by to see everyone that needs a new home and pictures change weekly.

Bull Terrier Chihuahua
Chihuahua Dachund
 Heeler Pitt Puppy 
 Spaniel  
   

 

These cats are just a few in our shelter.
Please stop by to see everyone that needs a new home and pictures change weekly. 

 Calico

Calico 

 Tabby

Tabby 

 

 

 

 

Parakeet Baby parakeetts available periodically. Please call for availablity.

 

We do have a variety of animals from time to time. Stop by for species and availablity. Please stop by to see everyone that needs a new home and pictures change weekly.

   
   

 


Did you know that abandonment of an animal is considered animal cruelty and is a class A misdemeanor offense. If you see someone dropping an animal off please get a license number and report it to the Police Dept.

This and other important local ordinances pertaining to animals for the City of Baytown may be found on the Municode site.

Reference Baytown Code of Ordinances §14-1 through §14-135.

Baytown Animal Services Unveils
ASPCA-Funded Emergency Evacuation Trailer

Evac Trailer

The City of Baytown Animal Shelter unveiled its new emergency evacuation trailer to the Baytown City Council on November 17. The trailer is designed to evacuate the animals housed in Baytown Animal Shelter when a natural or manmade disaster strikes, as well as assist other animals impacted by the disaster. The vehicle is equipped to provide extended off-site care for animals post-evacuation.

Funded through general funds, citizen donations and a $25,500 grant from the ASPCA, the trailer contains 44 kennels and can support two animal services officers.

City Manager, Bob Leiper says, “We are so pleased to partner with concerned citizens and the ASPCA on this project. The trailer will insure the safe removal and extended offsite care of domestic stray cats and dogs housed in the Baytown Animal Shelter following an emergency evacuation due to natural or manmade emergencies and provide temporary housing if our own facility is damaged.”

Baytown, Texas is located in the hurricane and flood-prone Gulf Coast region and was devastated by Hurricanes Alicia in 1983, Hurricane Ike in 2008 and flooded by Tropical Storm Allison in 2001. Baytown is also home to the largest domestic petrochemical plant in the nation as well as other major industrial operations.

Animal Services Coordinator, Marti Lechner adds, “The trailer will also serve as a mobile adoption station to increase the number of shelter animal adoptions throughout the city and will be featured at city-sponsored events like Christmas on Texas Avenue.”

“This trailer is equipped to save displaced animals when a disaster hits,” said Dick Green, senior director of ASPCA Disaster Response. “We’re pleased to be in a position to help Baytown Animal Services ensure that animals in the community are prepared for the worst. Every city should include animals in their emergency plans.”

The City of Baytown recognizes the importance of disaster planning and preparation and has a comprehensive emergency management plan as well as agreements in place with partner cities which provide for mutual animal evacuation support.

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