Most Petsmart and Petco stores have pet adoptions, but these are the local shelters with brick and mortar facilities. They are not all open for adoptions, some are catch and kill. Please call first before visiting. If you live in one of the communities where your shelter is catch and kill, please write your local politicians to let them know that this is not how you want your tax dollars spent.
419 East Hufsmith Road, Tomball, TX 77375
3200 Carr Street, Houston, TX 77026
3000 Avenue R, San Leon, TX 77539
Baytown Animal Control
705 N Robert C Lanier Drive, Baytown, TX 77520
Bellaire Animal Shelter
17555 Katy Freeway, Houston, TX 77094
407 Sgt Ed Holcolmb Blvd S, Conroe, TX 77304
4213 Luell Avenue, Deer Park, TX 77536
107 E 22nd Street, Houston, TX 77008
1210 Blume Road, Rosenberg, TX 77471
281-633-7587 and 281-342-1512
612 Canino Road, Houston, TX 77076
900 Portway Drive, Houston, TX 77037
240 Dennis Street, Humble, TX 77338
14700 Almeda Road, Houston, TX 77053
1201 South 4th Street, LaPorte, TX 77571
821 North Kansas Avenue, League City, TX 77573
1919 Scanlin Road, Missouri City, TX 77489
8535 State Highway 242, Conroe, TX 77385
2002 Old Alvin Road, Pearland, TX 77581
1207 Blume Road, Rosenberg, TX 77471
7005 Mapleridge, Bellaire, TX 77401
3830 Greenhouse Road, Houston, TX 77084
2101 Humble Drive, Seabrook, TX 77586
101 Gillingham Lane, Sugarland, TX 77498
Additional Spay/Neuter Resources
If TLC is too far away, click here to locate a low cost spay/neuter clinic near you.
Resources for Rehoming A Pet
Report Animal Abuse
Houston SPCA 713-869-7722
Houston Police 713-884-3131
Montgomery County 936-442-7738
City of Conroe 936-522-3550
Report Dog Fighting and Puppy Mills - Reward if an arrest is made!
Humane Society of the United States Reward Program
Finding a Lost Pet
Did you know that in the State of Texas, you lose the ownership of your animal if you do not claim it within 72 hours? Do not wait around to look for a missing pet. Micro-chipping your pet increases your chances of getting your pet back by over 40%! Most shelters scan animals at intake. Make sure you call your micro-chip company if your pet is chipped to alert them the pet is lost.
When you search websites for a lost pet, keep the search very generic. Do not refine searches by breed. Many shelter staff put the wrong breed and even color into the databases.
Internet searching is helpful, but it does not replace physically going to the shelters and looking for your pet yourself. Do not call and take the person's word that your pet is not there. Again, many times the shelter staff has no clue about breeds and colors.
Here are some of the places people can go to find lost pets:
If you find a lost pet...
Always scan the pet for a micro-chip. This can be done at almost any Veterinary clinic. Here is a link to a universal micro-chip look up registry...