The Burleson Animal Shelter is closed to adoptions and animal surrenders until April 3 due to the Coronavirus health emergency.
The shelter will continue to perform emergency field calls which include the following:
- Injured animals
- Animal bites
- Aggressive animals
- Prisoner’s animals
- Medical, Fire and Police emergencies
- Loose livestock
- Traffic hazards
The City of Burleson Animal Services Division provides animal care and control services for residents living within the city limits of Burleson and animal adoption services to the greater Burleson community.
Animal Services responds to calls regarding stray animals, nuisance animals, animal bites, animal welfare, lost or found animals, and animal surrender or adoption. The staff also responds immediately to an injured animal, wild or aggressive animal and loose livestock.
The Burleson Animal Shelter has set up a PayPal account so that our supporters can make donations online.
Access the Animal Care and Control Monthly Report for more information.
Get involved by becoming a walker, caretaker or by helping keep the shelter clean. Become a foster parent to pets that aren’t old enough to be adopted or donate items to make an abandoned animal’s stay at the shelter more comfortable.
Please take our Animal Services Customer Satisfaction Survey!
Outside the City Limits?
For information on animal control services outside the city limits of Burleson, please contact the offices of the town, city, or county you reside in. Click here for information on other animal care agencies.
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