Victoria County Health Department, 2805 N. Navarro, Victoria, TX. 77901
Victoria City-County Health Department

Victoria City-County Animal Shelter, 122 Perimeter Rd., Victoria, Tx 77905
(361)578-3564
Pets play a vital role in our society. They give us companionship, affection, a sense of responsibility, and protection. Additionally, pets help improve our health by lowering blood pressure, reducing stress, and promoting exercise. As responsible pet owners, we can assure that dogs, cats, and other pets remain enjoyable members of our lives and the lives of those around us. 

Adoption of Animals
The Victoria City-County Animal Shelter has dogs and cats available for adoption
Monday thru Thursday 8:00 A.M.–5:00 P.M. and Friday 8:00 A.M.-3:00 P.M.  Dogs and cats adopted from our shelter are required by state law to be vaccinated for rabies and spayed or neutered.  Aggressive breeds of dogs or individual dogs with aggressive personalities are not adopted out.

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Disclaimer: Although we make every reasonable attempt to keep information current, sometimes that is just not possible. If you have questions about any particular animal please contact us by phone or stop by the shelter.


Adoption Fees for Dogs

Adoptions include rabies vaccination, spay or neuter, microchip, deworming, and heartworm test (if old enough). Victoria Animal Shelter Fees
 

Impoundment of Animals

If your animal is picked up by Animal Control personnel, animal will be held, for 72 hours at: 
Victoria City-County Animal Shelter   
122 Perimeter Rd.
Victoria, TX. 77905
(361) 578-3564


Animal Bites 

In accordance with state law, all animal bites must be reported to the Animal Control Division.