The Angleton Animal Services Adoption Center is located at 535 South Anderson. The Animal services facility is open to the public, Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Please contact Animal Services at 979-848-5696 for staff availability at the facility.
Pet Adoption Program
Angleton Animal Services Adoption Center has a pet adoption program, offering a nice selection of small, medium and large dogs, plus a variety of cats and kittens for adoption into good homes. To see some of the animals available, go to our official Facebook page by clicking here: City of Angleton Animal Control on Facebook. To make the adoption process more efficient, download the relevant application form. Please click here for the dog form or here for the cat form. In accordance with Texas State law, all animals adopted from Animal Control must be spayed or neutered and given all required shots and vaccinations.
You can donate in person via cash, check, or credit card. You can also donate online by clicking here.
If you would like to volunteer to work at Angleton Animal Services Adoption Center, please complete our Volunteer Application (PDF) and submit to the office at 535 S. Anderson Street, or Angleton Police Department dispatch.
Animal Advisory Committee
(1) Position one shall be filled by a veterinarian - Dr. Rachel Becker
(2) Position two shall be filled by a municipal or county official - City Manager
(3) Position three shall be filled by a person whose duties include the daily operation of an "animalshelter" as that term is defined in § 823.001 of the Health and Safety Code - Brenda Majors
(4) Position four shall be filled by a person who is an officer or employee of an animal welfare organization - Marissa Martinez
(5) Position five shall be filled by a resident of the city - Craig Fuest
(6) Position six shall be filled by a resident of the city - Nicki Perez
(7) Position seven shall be filled by a resident of the city - Judy Landry
Desiree Valadez will serve as an alternate.
The committee shall perform the state law advisory committee functions contemplated in §823.005 of the Health and Safety Code by rendering advice and assistance to the director regarding the city's compliance with the requirements of chapter 823 of the Health and Safety Code.