League City Animal Shelter services are available 7 days a week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Animal Humane Officers will respond to animal emergencies after normal business hours, including animal bites to human and injured animals. For after-hours responses, call the League City Police Department at 281-332-2566.
Dogs and cats are required to be registered with the League City Animal Shelter services department. Registration can be done during business hours. You must have a copy of current rabies vaccination records including the rabies certificate provided to you by your veterinarian.
- Registration fee for intact animals: $4.00
- Registration fee for spayed/neutered animals: Free
- All registrations are required annually
Court Mandated Community Service
If you are seeking community services hours for a pending or completed court case, please contact the shelter at 281-554-1377. Community service can be completed Sunday through Monday. You must arrive at the shelter no later than 8 a.m. Normally, the hours will be from 8 a.m. – Noon, except Sunday and Monday, when the hours are from 8 a.m. till 5 p.m.
Requirements for the program:
- No one under the age of 18 will be accepted for community service hours.
- No one with any allergies or sensitive to cats, dogs, birds, or cleaning chemicals will be allowed.
- You must wear long pants, closed toe non-slip shoes and a shirt with sleeves (long or short).
League City Animal Ordinances
League City has a city ordinance that addresses animal nuisances, requirements, occupancy, and a number of other questions that you may have. Please view the Code of Ordinance Article 1 Section 18 in its entirety.
Needing to Re-Home Your Pet?
Sometimes, families find themselves in situations where caring for an animal is no longer a possibility. Choosing to re-home a pet can be an incredibly difficult decision. The Humane Society of the United States has a list of resources that can help you depending on the reason for your need to find your pet a new home. Click on Humane Society for more information.
League City Animal Shelter services will respond to wildlife calls if the animal is inured, orphaned, or in a human dwelling. For more information on wildlife issues, please visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife website.