San Antonio, TX 78204
P.O. Box 839966
San Antonio, TX 78283
Every pet parents’ nightmare is having their beloved pet escape and become lost. On the other hand, many people find lost pets every day and aren’t sure what to do. Although having a collar, ID tags, and a microchip are the best ways to ensure your pet can come back home to you, pets do still get lost.
Whether you’re looking for your lost pet, or have found a roaming pet, we‘ve created a checklist to help you and your fur baby reunite, or help you be the one that reunites a pet and their parent.
Categories: Animal Care Services, Blog
Every year, shelters around the country see an increase in lost pets around the 4th of July holiday. At San Antonio Animal Care Services, we see a large increase in 311 calls for roaming pets, and crowds of pet parents visiting our shelter to look for their lost pets.
The best way to prepare yourself and your pet for fireworks season is to be proactive and mindful of their feelings during this time. To make it easier, we've put together helpful tips to make this holiday less stressful for you and your pet!
Tags: dogs, pets, : ANIMAL CARE SERVICES, dog training, pet safety, blog, animals, Fireworks
Are you and your pup itching for an adventure together? Rushing rivers, impressive hikes, and amazing views await! There are plenty of opportunities to bond with your pet as you hike a trail or splash into a river right here in Central Texas.
To share the top four hiking grounds near San Antonio, we bring you Crystal, @crystall_pistol – who also happens to be one of our San Antonio Animal Care Officers! When she’s not rescuing pets in SA, she spends her time researching and exploring the many parks San Antonio has to offer.
Categories: Animal Care Services, Blog, Adoptions
During the COVID-19 crisis many organizations, including ACS, have had to adjust and explore new methods to continue providing essential services. San Antonio Animal Care Services has recently gone through many changes to continue serving the pets and people in our community – and we are seeking to do even more.
CONTACT: Lisa Norwood, 210.207.6665; 210.315.3130
Alfonso Rios, 210.207.6589; 956.961.5782
Categories: City News, Animal Care Services, Animal Care Services Events & News, News
How can you help animal shelters and pets in need during this time? We've created a mini-guide that lists ways you and your family can get involved.