We have wonderful pets just waiting to be adopted. Take a look at our adoptable or found pets, or come by and visit! Our friendly staff will be glad to help! We are located at 8001 Shin Oak Drive, between the Fire Department and Public Works Building. Monday through Friday - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PMSaturday - 10:00 AM to 2:00 PMSunday and Holidays - Closed 210.653.9140 ext: 2228 Are you missing your pet and want to see if we have picked it up? Click here to visit Pet Harbor and search by City.
Please enter Live Oak to view results. Our Mission Our mission is to promote public health and safety for the citizens of Live Oak and their pets through education and enforcement. Services Provided: Handle complaints regarding loose animals, injured or dead animals, biting and attacking animal incidents, and animal cruelty. City licenses sold. Database kept on all city animal licenses. Animal traps loaned.
Conduct education programs with local elementary schools. Provide assistance with wildlife nuisances. Humane Society Meetings of the Animal Control Advisory Committee are conducted three times annually. The committee consists of one Humane Society Representative, One Council Representative, One Representative from the City's Veterinarian and one City Staff member. The committee monitors the work that is conducted at the Live Oak Animal Control Facility and brainstorms ways in which our citizens can be better served in terms of animal care and control.
If you have lost your pet, make sure you come down to our location immediately, to take a look at the animals we have picked up. If you have found a pet, please give us a call. We are located at 8001 Shin Oak Drive, between the Fire Department and Public Works Building. Monday through Friday - 9:00 AM to 5:00 PMSaturday - 10:00 AM to 2:00 PMSunday and Holidays - Closed 210.653.9140 ext: 2228 Pet Licences City licenses are required for all cats and dogs over three months of age.
Proof of current rabies vaccination is required. One and three year City Pet Licenses are available. License validity are concurrent with the rabies vaccination and expiration Pets with annual rabies vaccination: Not spayed or neutered the one year license is $5.00 Spayed or neutered dogs and cats the cost is $2.00 Spayed/ neutered and microchipped dogs and cats the license is free Pets with the triennial rabies vaccination: Not spayed or neutered dogs and cats the license is $15.
00 Spayed or neutered dogs and cats the cost is $6.00 Spayed/ neutered and microchipped dogs and cats the license is free Animal Control Fees You may be fined for the following: Allowing animal to run at large (dog or cat) Failure to license a pet Failure to vaccinate for rabies Keeping more than 4 adult animals Keeping a Dangerous Dog Fees: 1st Offense Impoundment $30 2nd Offense Impoundment $40 3rd Offense Impoundment $50 Microchipping is available to Live Oak Residents for $10 a pet.
We are located at 8001 Shin Oak Drive, between the Fire Department and Public Works Building. Microchipping is available Monday through Friday, 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM only. 210.653.9140 ext: 2228See Also: How To Register An Animal As An Emotional Support Animal
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Live Oak Animal Shelter shared a post. · August 20, 2015 · Please keep an eye out for Apollo. If you see him, please call the number posted below, send a message here or give us a call at (210) 653-9140. See photos in the comment section.Em Rodriguez to Live Oak Animal ShelterAugust 20, 2015 · This is Apollo. (Photo in comments) He got out of the yard last night and has a dark grey thunder shirt on, possibly the harness seen in this picture.
We live i...n Meadow Valley off Toepperwein between Kitty Hawk and Gibbs Sprawl. He's very friendly. Please call me at 8303300329 if you find him or animal control if you see him. I'm out of town but will be in later today. Thanks. See MoreLive Oak Animal Shelter · May 8, 2015 · #RescueOfTheDay Today's rescue was found by a homeowner in their garage! Not a problem for our awesome animal control officer Derrick Francis Jr.
! Derrick safely transferred his rescue to a more 'snake friendly' area.Live Oak Animal Shelter · May 7, 2015 · We'd like you to meet Honey. Honey was running loose, picked up and brought to us. She has a microchip but her 'owner' has refused to take her back. She doesn't understand why she is here and would love a home with a family who would love her. Please call if you would like more information on Honey or if you are interested in learning how you might volunteer, foster or adopt - 210.
653.9140 ext. 228Live Oak Animal Shelter · May 6, 2015 · LOST DOG! We've named this sweet guy Jack. He was found running around the play ground at Crestview Elementary. Please take a second to like and share his picture. If you are interested in learning how you might volunteer, foster or adopt, call us - 210.653.9140 ext. 228Live Oak Animal Shelter shared Homes for Pets's photo. · May 5, 2015 · Homes for Pets works closely with our shelter and helps save animals by taking them and finding foster and forever homes on a regular basis.
If you are looking for an excellent organization to give back to today, please consider Homes for Pets!Homes for PetsApril 28, 2015 · Donations will begin being accepted on May 05, 2015 12:00 AM CDT. Go to the link below.https://www.thebiggivesa.org/#npo/schertz-humane-societyLive Oak Animal Shelter · May 3, 2015 · Without telling anyone, a pet store replaced all of its animals with shelter animals for just one day.
The customers’ reactions just about say it all… "Better than buying a life is saving one" http://www.pawmygosh.com/pet-store/This Pet Store Replaced Its Animals With Shelter Animals. Watch What Happens...Just watch the customers' reactions...pawmygosh.comLive Oak Animal Shelter · April 26, 2015 · 16 Reasons why Fostering a Shelter Pet is the Best Thing in the World!! http://www.huffingtonpost.
com/…/foster-shelter-pet_n_672080…16 Reasons Why Fostering A Shelter Pet Is Basically The Best Thing In The WorldWant to make the world a better place in one easy step? Take home a foster pet from a local shelter or rescue group. Fostering means bringing in a cat or dog -- or parrot, or baby pig, or any other homeless pet -- with the goal of nurturing them f...huffingtonpost.comLive Oak Animal Shelter · April 25, 2015 · Saturday Humor #SaturdayFun #AnimalLoversLive Oak Animal Shelter · April 24, 2015 · Top 5 Reasons to Adopt.
http://www.humanesociety.org/…/…/tips/top_reasons_adopt.htmlTop Five Reasons to Adopt : The Humane Society of the United StatesThinking of getting a new pet? Find out why you should adopt, not shop.humanesociety.orgLive Oak Animal Shelter added 2 new photos. · April 24, 2015 · From Charlie to Oliver Von Wigglebutt ♥ Austin Boxer Rescue #Rescue #ShelterPup #HappyEndingsLive Oak Animal Shelter · April 24, 2015 · Sweet Charlie was picked up as a stray and spent some time in our shelter in 2014.
Once we realized he was deaf, we spent some time teaching him sign language. The Austin Boxer Rescue took Charlie in, fostered him and found him a forever home! He now lives a very happy life with his family and now goes by the name 'Oliver Von Wigglebutt'!! #HappyEndings! Derrick Francis Jr.It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser.ClosePosted by Live Oak Animal Shelter252 ViewsLive Oak Animal Shelter · April 23, 2015 · Rescuing animals comes natural to our Animal Control Officer Derrick Francis Jr.
even when it comes to helping a lost snapping turtle find its way off of Spanish Trail and back to our City Lake!Live Oak Animal Shelter · April 20, 2015 · Just had to share. These two started out in our shelter. One adopted after being with us 8 months, the other was fostered at 8 weeks old and then adopted when he turned 3 months. Now they are brothers, inseparable and living the good life! #Adopt #ShelterDogsLive Oak Animal Shelter · April 8, 2015 · In today's "Dogumentary" we would like to introduce Abel.
Abel is a Rottweiler mix with the sweetest personality. He was an owner surrender for reasons unknown. Abel comes to us with a story told by his ears. You may notice in his video that the fur on the tips of his ears is missing. According to our Vet, he suffered frost bite from being left out in the cold of winter. Abel is a very happy guy with a lot of energy and is looking for a family to love him.
Please, please take a second to like and share his story and if you are interested in learning how you might volunteer, foster or adopt, call us - 210.653.9140 ext. 228It looks like you may be having problems playing this video. If so, please try restarting your browser.ClosePosted by Live Oak Animal Shelter282 ViewsLive Oak Animal Shelter · April 3, 2015 · Wishing all of our friends a happy and blessed Holiday weekend!