About Seguin Animal Services
About Our Shelter...
Promotes and protects the welfare of our citizens and animals through community education, animal adoption and rescue programs, and city ordinance enforcement.
Our goal is to provide services to the public promptly and with professional precision tempered with compassion for those animals that can not speak for themselves. Our staff works directly with our community in removing and rehoming stray animals, as well as ensuring that City of Seguin animal and livestock city ordinances are enforced.
Our mission is to provide responsive, efficient, and high quality services that preserve and protect citizen and animal welfare.
We believe in promoting responsible pet ownership, animal compassion, and safe human-animal interactions.
Our mission is achieved through shared values including professionalism, responsibility, commitment, integrity, accountability, and community partnerships.
Our success is directly related to the dedication, involvement, and support of every individual and organization associated with Seguin Animal Services.
Come Meet Our Pets...
Our office hours are Monday - Friday (9 a.m. - 5 p.m.) and Saturday (9:30 a.m. - 12 p.m.)
We are closed in observance of all city holidays.
Please call ahead to ensure that a staff member can be present for your visit
Current Animal Shelter located at 809 S. River St., Seguin, Texas 78155. But we're moving soon to 555 Fred Byrd Drive.
Phone: (830) 401-2335
Our Adoption Process...
Dog or puppy = $100 adoption fee and receive $50 voucher
Cat or kitten = $75 adoption fee and receive $25 voucher
The participating veterinary clinics further agree to reduce the customary fee for medical services by 20%.
Veterinary clinics participating:
Crossroads Veterinary Clinic (830) 372-4521
Parkview Veterinary Clinic (830) 379-2170
Seguin Animal Hospital (830) 379-3821
What does the adoption fee cover?
This adoption fee includes micro chipping, a booster vaccine, and a voucher to put towards the cost of sterilization. If the animal is already ‘fixed’, the voucher may be used for other medical care such as a rabies vaccine, a heartworm test, or flea and tick preventative. (Some of the canines at the facility are heartworm tested and rabies vaccinated).
Click here for an adoption application.
STERILIZATION/MEDICAL CARE VOUCHER
The adopter will agree to have the animal sterilized within the specified time period recorded on the voucher provided. If the animal is under six (6) months of age, the voucher will be postdated with a specified date which is determined by an animal services employee based on the estimated date when the animal will be six (6) months of age. If the animal is six (6) months of age or older, an animal services employee will transport the animal to the veterinary clinic to be sterilized and the adopter is responsible for picking up their new pet and paying the remaining balances due after voucher is applied. Failure to comply may result in a citation. If this animal is sterilized, the coupon may be used for medical assessment or treatment.