Video: Find your fur-ever match at the Pasadena Pet Adoption Center this Summer.

What’s your favorite thing to do in the summer? Ours is taking care of these adorable dogs who are ready for their fur-ever home 🐶 . Come by our shelter and meet them. We’ll help you find your perfect match! #ClearTheShelters Pasadena Pet Adoption Center

5160 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Video: Doggie Bath Volunteer Day so the Animal Shelter’s refugees get spoiled and hearts fulfilled.

Our incredible volunteers made a splash at our Doggie Bath Volunteer Day! 🛁🐶 Thanks to them, our furry friends received some much-needed love, care, and pampering, including pupsicles, which was the cherry on top! We thank our volunteers for their dedication and passion that keeps our dogs’ tails wagging and hearts happy ❤️. Want to volunteer? Check out the details below: • 8-years and up can volunteer at group events with a Guardian. • 12-years and up can volunteer at the shelter and group events with a Guardian. • 16-years and up can volunteer at the shelter and group events without a Guardian. Get involved and learn more here: https://www.pasadenatx.gov/536/Volunteering-Fostering Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5150 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Calling on Amazon box hoarders, the Animal Shelter will take them, saving you from a knock on the door from A&E’s Hoarders series.

Pasadena, can you help us? We need cardboard for our kennels. With your help, we can continue to provide the compassion and resources needed to best take care of our furry friends. 🐱🐶 Donations can be either be dropped off or mailed to our shelter. Thank you for continuous support, we appreciate you! Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5150 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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The tornado left the Animal Shelter with only 15% room for stray animals. If you can, find it in your heart to rescue, foster, or adopt.

The January tornado has left us with limited space and operating at only 15% capacity. Because of that, WE NEED HELP with rescuing, fostering, or adopting these dogs.

We’ll provide you with everything you need

to take care of them, so let’s work together and help these deserving dogs find their fur-ever homes! #ClearTheShelters

• Auggie: A165985- 4 Years Old- Neutered- Heartworm negative- Dog social.

• Missy: A166421- 6 Years Old- Female- Heartworm negative- Dog social & Potty trained.

• Lexi: A166304- 2 Years Old- Female- Heartworm positive- Dog social.

• Peanut: A166486- 2 Years Old- Female- Dog social & People social.

• Loona: A166012- 2 Years Old- Spayed- Heartworm positive- Dog social with calm dogs.

Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5150 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter 

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Video: Last few days for Animal Shelter free from fees for adoptions.

Someone once said, “a dog is the only thing on earth that loves you more than he loves himself.”

We still have a ton of pups looking for their new best friend. Could it be you? Come visit them and find out! Don‘t forget, ALL adoptions are FREE for August! #ClearTheShelters

Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5150 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter
ClearTheShelters

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Experience cat cuteness overload at the Pasadena Pet Adoption Center.

We think the “C” in Cats stands for “Cute” because these cats just can’t get any cuter 😍. Come meet them in person! They would love to meet you 🐱. Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

 

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Video: Looky here, the Adoption Center has a variety of adorable pups waiting on you.

Everyone needs a best friend! We have a ton of pups that would love be yours! 🐶 Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter
HappyNationalDogDay

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Help Penny lover find a forever home and score a new best friend.

🚨PLEASE HELP PENNY!🚨 She is such a good girl. She deserves love and has so much of it to give. Penny URGENTLY NEEDS a rescue, adopter, or foster. Can you open your home and heart to her? ❤️ Penny: A166096- 1 Years Old- Female- Heartworm positive. Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5150 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Free adoptions, delicious bbq, and smoothies await at the Clear the Shelter BBQ Today 11-2pm.

We CAN’T WAIT to see you at our Clear The Shelter BBQ Event from 11am-2pm! Not only will you be able to meet our adoptables, feed a dog a canine cone, and enjoy delicious BBQ, you now will be able to indulge in tasty smoothies from Mr. Drankz! ALL adoptions will be free! Comment 👍 if you’ll be there! #cleartheshelters

Pasadena Animal Shelter cleartheshelters

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Check out these cute lil pups you need, as a responsible person, stop what you’re doing and adopt one.

Can you open your heart and home to one of these sweet pups? ❤ They URGENTLY NEED to be rescued, adopted, or fostered. Tag someone you know and share this post. Let’s work together to find these dogs their hero! • Penny: A166096- 1 Years Old- Female- Heartworm positive. • Misti: A166433- 4 Years Old- Female- Heartworm positive- Dog social. • Clancy: A165864- 5 Years Old- Neutered- Heartworm negative- Dog social with calm dogs. • Auggie: A165985- 4 Years Old- Neutered- Heartworm negative- Dog social. • Birdie: A166067- 3 Years Old- Female- Dog social with calm dogs. Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5150 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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This feller found his perfect companion. The Adoption Center has yours plus its free adoptions in August.

ADOPTED 🐶. This pup’s new owner shared that he came to visit the dog before, and then decided to come back because he knew this dog was the one! Are you also looking for that special one? ALL adoptions are free in August, so come by the shelter and we’ll help you find them! #ClearTheShelters Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5150 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter
ClearTheShelters

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These two found their perfect match and new best friend at the Adoption Center.

ADOPTED 🐶 Our sweet girl was recently adopted by this lovely family. At first, they were going to foster, but they felt a special connection and knew she was the perfect match to complete their family. Want to find your perfect match and new best friend? Come by our shelter! ALL adoptions are free in August, and we have a ton of furry friends that are ready to meet you! #ClearTheShelters Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5150 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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The Animal Shelter is putting out an urgent call to help rescue these desperate pups in need of a home.

🚨URGENT SOS🚨: Please share and help us find these pups a rescue, adopter, or foster. They desperately need a hero! ➡️ Meet our 5 pups:
• Bandit: A166308- 6 years old- Male- Heartworm positive- Dog social.
• Loona: A166012 – 2 years old- Spayed- Heartworm positive- Dog social with calm dogs. • Lexi: A166304 – 2 years old- Female- Heartworm positive- Dog social.
• Goofy: A166048 – 2 years old- Neutered- Heartworm negative.
• Ivy: A165851 – 2 years old- Spayed- Heartworm positive.

➡️ We also URGENTLY NEED large and extra-large wire crates to help foster our dogs! Donations can be dropped off or mailed to our shelter. We appreciate your all’s help and support! Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Girl Scouts Rachel and Charlotte make a pawsitive difference at the Pet Adoption Center with their Silver Award achievement. Congratulations!

Congratulations to Girl Scouts, Rachel and Charlotte from Troop 7094, who completed their silver award at our shelter today! 🎉 They made us a ton of enrichment snuffle mats for our furry friends. We are grateful for their help and for the numerous ways they give back to the community! Want to volunteer with us? Sign up with this link: https://www.pasadenatx.gov/536/Volunteering-Fostering Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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The Animal Shelter’s celebrating the winner of their Senior Expo giveaway.

Join us in congratulating our winner from yesterday’s Senior Expo! 🥳 He went home with a paw-some basket of goodies from our shelter. Thinking about adopting or fostering an animal? Help us #ClearTheShelters and come check out our furry friends who are ready for their future home! 🐱🐶

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Join Houston Pets Alive in mastering the art of bottle feeding and training animals Saturday Aug 19th 10-12pm

Looking to learn how to bottle feed animals and effective training techniques? 🐾 Now’s your chance to learn the art of nurturing these precious furballs on August 19 from 10am-12pm with Houston Pets Alive! Our class will guide you through the proper feeding, handling, and all the tender care that is needed for these furry companions. 🐱🐶

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Calling all dog heroes, 7 amazing dogs are in urgent need of adoption or foster care.

🚨URGENT: SOS for 7 Amazing Dogs🚨 Pasadena, we NEED your help. We’re looking for heroes to adopt or foster these pups! 🐾 Meet our sweet seven:
• Luna: A166137- 6 years old- Spayed- Heartworm negative. • April: A166136 – 6 years old- Female- Heartworm negative. • Wiggins: A165658 – 1 year old- Neutered- Heartworm negative. • Turbo: A166138 – 3 years old- Male- Heartworm negative. (UPDATE: In Rescue and Leaving Today) • Arya: A166070 – 4 years old- Female- Heartworm negative. • Orion: A166182 – 8 years old- Male- Heartworm positive. • Oatmeal: A165606 – 2 years old- Neutered- Heartworm negative. 🚨We also URGENTLY NEED large and extra-large wire crates to help foster our dogs!🚨 Whether you’re able to adopt or foster, or share this post, your love and care will make a difference in their lives. Let’s work together to find these pups their perfect forever homes! 🏡 Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

 

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Houston Pets Alive invites all animal enthusiasts to a delightful and informative day of learning Saturday Aug 19th from 10-12pm.

Calling all animal lovers! 🐱🐶 Join us for a purr-fectly adorable day of learning with Houston Pets Alive! Strengthen your bond with your furry companions by learning effective training and feeding techniques to properly care for bottle babies 🍼. Don’t miss out on this free heartwarming experience on August 19 from 10am-12pm!

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Video: Attention all cat lovers, meet Petunia, the adorable feline searching for her forever home on International Cat Day.

What do you think this cat is up to? We know! She’s looking for you! Meet Petunia (A165703), who’s ready for her forever home. This beauty is 5 years old, spayed, and is one of our longer stays. She is super friendly, curious, and loves people. Help us #ClearTheShelters by coming by and saying hello! She would love a visit from you, especially today on International Cat Day 🐱 Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter
ClearTheShelters

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The Animal shelter needs some rescue heroes here pretty quick.

🚨 URGENT: SOS for Our 6 Adorable Dogs 🚨 These 6 furry friends are in desperate need of adoption or fostering! By opening your heart and home, you become their superhero and their new beginning. 🐾 Meet our fabulous six:
1️⃣ Wiggins: A165658- 1 year old- Neutered- Heartworm negative.
2️⃣ Turbo: A166138 – 3 years old- Male- Heartworm negative.
3️⃣ Jolene: A165849 – 2 years old- Female- Heartworm negative.
4️⃣ Cleo: A162775 – 1 year old- Spayed- Heartworm negative.
5️⃣ Margo: A165288 – 5 years old- Spayed- Heartworm negative. (UPDATE: Foster found)
6️⃣ Oatmeal: A165606 – 2 years old- Male. 🚨 We also URGENTLY NEED large and extra large wire crates to help foster our dogs! 🚨 Whether you’re considering adoption or fostering, your love and care will make a difference in their lives. Even if you can’t adopt or foster right now, sharing this post can help us reach potential heroes who might be able to. Together, we can find these pups their perfect forever homes! 🏡

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Video: The Animal Shelter has 5 surprising benefits of owning a cat. Also, free of adoption fees in the month of August.

Did you know these 5 benefits about owning a cat? 🐱 Don’t forget that ALL of our adoption fees are waived in August! Help us Clear The Shelters and come visit these purr-fectly adorable furry friends 😍. Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter
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Cinder the Animal Shelter orphan got out today to support the Fill the Bus.

🐾📚🎒 Fill The Bus 2023 Event 🎒📚🐾 Check out our adorable fur-baby, Cinder, who was happy to support today’s back to school drive to ensure every student starts the year off right with the tools they need to succeed! Cinder’s warm and friendly demeanor brought so much excitement and he lit up every face! He makes the perfect family dog, and he’s great with children and other dogs. He’s also one of our long stays and is ready for his forever home. If you would like to meet him, come by the Pet Adoption Center and ask for Cinder! • Cinder A165334 2 year old- Neutered- Black- Heartworm positive. Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-848-5362
[email protected]
Monday – Friday: 11am – 5pm
Saturday: 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Rescuers, watermelon wine and some love are needed for these three old dogs.

We have three seniors that need your help. Please share and help us find them a rescue or an adopter.

Pasadena Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
Pasadena, TX 77504
713-848-5362

Rescues:
foster-rescue@

pasadenatx.gov
Adoptions:
[email protected]

A165624 Maddie F, Bichon Frise Mix- Came in as an owner surrender- situation would be explained in person. Has been at shelter since 6/26/23. 15 years. Female. No small children, rescue is preferred.

A165883 Scot Terrier Mix- Came in as a stray on 7/13/23. Estimated at 10 years. Blind. Male. Rescue is preferred, but will adopt.

A165825 Chihuahua Mix- Came in as a stray on 7/11/23. Estimated at 10 years, male, rescue is preferred, but will adopt.

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Video: The Animal Shelter has a lab mix named Cinder that’s been in the pokey long enough. Hook the brother up if you’re responsible and lonely.

Cinder neutered, Lab mix.

*Turn your sound on to listen to some information about Cinder.

Please share and help us get this gorgeous boy adopted. In comments you will find a couple more photos of this handsome boy!

Pasadena Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
Pasadena, TX 77504
713-848-5362

[email protected]
https://www.pasadenatx.gov/461/Adopting-a-Dog

Adoption Hours:
M-F 11-5
Sat 11-4

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Video: Go get your new best friend at the Adoption Center.

Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
Pasadena, TX 77504


Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Arlo’s weekend escape finds happiness and needs your help in finding his forever home.

Arlo’s Doggie date update: “Here’s some pictures from Arlo’s weekend with us. He was such a good boy and we could tell he enjoyed some time away from the shelter life. We hope he finds the perfect home ❤️” Arlo has been living at The Pasadena Animal Shelter for 42 days and counting. Please share his post to help us find him a forever home or foster home. Arlo A165222 Neutered, Sib Husky Mix, Estimated at 4 yrs old and weighing 68 pounds, his adoption fee and heartworm treatment has been sponsored. Arlo prefers a home with no cats and a submissive dog friend. Pasadena Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
Pasadena, TX 77504
713-848-5362 Want to take a dog on date or into foster care? Click here for more information:
https://www.pasadenatx.gov/536/Volunteering-Fostering

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Video: Christmas in July for the Animal Shelter orphans. Entertain a pup by dropping off a chew toy or ten.

Help! We are almost completely out of dog toys/chew items. These items help entertain them while they are in their kennels. Our pups spend the majority of time in there and they would love a toy! Thank you!! Toys do not need to be expensive, they can be clean used toys, kids stuffed animals, bully sticks, nylabones. PLEASE NO BEANS OR BATTERIES. Drop off is at:
Pasadena Adoption Center
5160 Burke Rd
Pasadena, TX 77504 OR shop our amazon wish list here: https://www.amazon.com/hz/wishlist/ls/IEY86SO0TRX0?ref_=wl_share Featured in this video: Shadow Shadow is still waiting for her forever home. She is also ok with a foster or doggie date. 😉
She needs a break from the shelter. Please share!

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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The Animal Shelter has/had two adorable fluffy pups seeking a loving home. Get in on it early if you’re responsible and interested in them.

These two balls of fluff are in need of a foster, adopter or rescue! Their other sibling was adopted today. Adoptions are first come. Not looking for a pup? That’s ok we got you covered! We have plenty of

adoptable pets that are older.

Females, Husky Mix, estimated at 10 weeks old

All adoptions are currently $25. It includes up to date vaccines, spay/neuter, and a microchip.

Pasadena Animal Center
5160 Burke Rd
Pasadena TX 77504
713-848-5362 – Adoptions
713-848-5362 – Animal Shelter
[email protected]
[email protected]
www.pasadenashelter.com

 

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Animal Shelter: Keep your pets inside during their fireworks panic on the 4th of July.

🎆🎇🇺🇸Fireworks can be terrifying for pets, not to mention the personal use of fireworks is also illegal inside Pasadena city limits. Every year, our animal control teams pick up dozens of lost pups that panicked at the sound of fireworks and got loose. Please, for the sake of our community’s pets, no personal fireworks. Leave the light show to the professionals at our annual 4th of July event at the Pasadena Convention Center.
Also, a reminder to pet owners: please secure your pet inside on July 4th. Keep them calm, cool and safe this Independence Day.

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Help Layla, a senior dog who loves to spoon and in need of her forever home.

Layla is in foster care and she needs your help finding her forever home. Thank you to all of our fosters! We couldn’t save as many lives as we do without you! This is what her foster had to say: 🚨This is Layla! She is a sweetheart! I fostered her because she wasn’t doing good in a kennel 24/7! She only weighs about 40 lbs! She loves to play fetch and she gets along with my Layla and other dogs! Please find a place in your heart and home to adopt! She is kennel and leashed trained. Has no accidents in my house! Loves cuddling on the couch! She does stay in the kennel about 8 hours a day while I’m a work! She’s a GEM! Layla A165029-estimated at 8yrs old, tan and white beauty! Her visits are by appointment only. Help us by sharing her post, it may reach someone looking for a beautiful senior girl! Pasadena Animal Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
Pasadena, TX 77504 https://www.pasadenatx.gov/151/Animal-Control-Adoptions

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Meet the Animal Shelter’s Oso, the brave and beautiful giant looking for love and a forever home.

Did someone say they were looking for a gorgeous giant? Well you are in luck! His name is Oso and he is looking for his forever home. One of our humane officers responded to a call of an injured dog. Oso came to us with his dewclaw curled into his skin and he was such a brave boy with our vet. Oso is popular among the staff. He is laid back and eager to receive love when you come around. Help us find him the right home, share this post if you are unable to adopt, this may reach the family he has been waiting for.. Oso is also available for rescue, foster and doggie date. Adoptions are first come. Come visit, he is waiting 🐾 Oso- A165474 male, estimated at 5 yrs old, Great Pyrenees mix. Heartworm positive, but don’t let that discourage you! Our treatments are only $100! That’s a great deal! Pasadena Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
Pasadena, TX 77504 Adoptions M-F 11-5 and Sat 11-4

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Little orphan Mabel’s doggie date weekend and a tale of new friendships and manners.

Mabel A165117 went on a Doggie Date this weekend and this is what her date had to share: I just wanted to drop a note to tell you about Mabels doggy date weekend with us. She was really well behaved on our ride home. She sat nicely in the truck and was interested in everything. Once we got home, she met with our dogs and it went as expected. She and my 4 year old Mutsky (Renzo) got along immediately, while my 10 year old Sheppard mix (Rainey) was pretty standoffish. Mabel seems to be crate and house trained. She was quite excited when we first got home, and she really liked running around the back yard. Inside the house she calmed down pretty quickly and was very happy to sit in the chair with me and let me scratch her tummy. She was comfortable and quiet when in the crate unless Renzo started barking at noises outside. She spent both nights in the crate without complaint. It took about a day and night before she really started to relax and lay around on her own. When she finally did, it seems like Rainey started to accept her a bit better also. Mabel: Crate and house trained, good with dogs, affectionate, okay on a leash. A little jumpy at first, can be a handful on first meeting but settles down. Pasadena Animal Shelter 5160 Burke Road Pasadena, TX 77504 713-848-5362 Adoptions: M-F 11-5 and Sat 11-4 $25 adoption for Mabel A165117- fee covers at least one set of vaccines, rabies, microchip and spay/neuter. www.pasadenashelter.com

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Bottle feed puppies and kittens at the Animal Shelter and Houston Pets Alive for a fun-filled morning of saving lives. Saturday June 17th 10-12pm.

Join Pasadena Animal Shelter staff and Houston Pets Alive staff for a fun-filled morning learning how to bottle feed puppies and kittens!

FAQ:

Are all ages allowed: YES! This is a family friendly event!

Do we have to register: No! Just show up.

Is this course free: Yes, this course is free!

Do I have to live in Pasadena to attend: No, everyone is welcomed to come and learn!

How long is the class: The course is approximately two hours. You will learn how to bottle feed neonatal kittens, but the same tools apply to puppies too!

Why is this course important: This course is so important because the more people who know how to help these tiny babies, the more lives we can save!

If you have any questions, please email Sarah Garcia at [email protected].

Saturday, June 17th, 10am – 12pm
Madison Jobe Senior Center
1700 Thomas Avenue
Pasadena, TX 77506

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Join us at Pets Gone Wild Resort for an exciting adoption event! Discover your new best friend and learn about our top-notch grooming, boarding, and doggie daycare services. Don’t miss out on the opportunity to meet these adorable pets on Friday, June 16th, from 3:30pm – 6:30pm at 4319 Crenshaw Rd. Pasadena, TX 77504.

Come out to Pets Gone Wild Resort on Friday, June 16th, from 3:30pm – 6:30pm, and meet some of our adoptable pets 🐾 After you adopt your new best friend, you can talk with our friends at Pets Gone Wild about the services they offer – grooming, boarding, and doggie daycare! Friday, June 16, 2023
3:30pm – 6:30pm Pets Gone Wild Resort
4319 Crenshaw Rd.
Pasadena, TX 77504

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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The Animal Shelter is having an adoption party at Pets Gone Wild Resort with a meet-and-greet and services introduction Friday June 16th 3:30-6:30pm.

Come out to Pets Gone Wild Resort on Friday, June 16th, from 3:30pm – 6:30pm, and meet some of our adoptable pets 🐾 After you adopt your new best friend, you can talk with our friends at Pets Gone Wild about the services they offer – grooming, boarding, and doggie daycare! Friday, June 16, 2023
3:30pm – 6:30pm Pets Gone Wild Resort
4319 Crenshaw Rd.
Pasadena, TX 77504

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Puppy and kitten season is here and the Animal Shelter could use a little of your help to feed these adorable orphans.

Puppy and kitten season is in full swing, and we are in need of milk replacement powder for both puppies and kittens as many of them come in very young and without their mamas. 😔 Below, you will find the links to Amazon for our preferred brands, but they can also be purchased through Chewy and any pet supply store. https://tinyurl.com/PetLac-Milk-Powder-for-Puppies https://tinyurl.com/PetLac-Milk-Powder-for-Kittens Items may be shipped to or dropped off at:
Pasadena Pet Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
Pasadena, TX 77504 We cannot do what we do without you! Thank you so much from all of us here at the Pasadena Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center! 🐾❤

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Have a beer with your new adopted hairy buddy at Scotty’s Pub on the Bay Saturday June 10th 12-3pm.

Mark your calendars for Saturday, June 10th from 12pm – 3pm when we will be out at Scotty’s Pub on the Bay with adorable adoptable animals 🐾 Look for our yellow adoption trailer 🌞 Saturday, June 10, 2023
12pm – 3pm Scotty’s Pub on the Bay
3202 Marina Bay Dr.
League City, TX 77573

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Check out the Animal Shelter on the last day at the Strawberry Festival to meet adorable pets in need of homes.

Come out to the Strawberry Festival tomorrow and Sunday from 10am – 4pm to meet some of the amazingly adorable adoptable pets we have! We will be located directly behind the Convention Center on the carnival side. You can always spot our bright yellow adoption trailer! If you saw our reel yesterday, you saw some of the fantastic dogs who will be out there – Tammy, Hannah, Pugsly, Mossley, Sweetie, and Carrot Top – looking for their furever homes. 🥰 We hope y’all will come out for some 🍓🍓🍓and 🐶🐱! It’s going to be a fun time!

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Animal Shelter pro tip: Is the dog smiling or aggressive?

Have you ever seen a prettier smile? Mona Lisa got her name while here at the shelter because she would always “smile” when she saw one of us.

By looking at Mona Lisa’s adoption picture, it’s a bit hard to tell what the bared teeth is about. Is she scared? Is she being aggressive? Or is she “smiling?”

We wanted to post this picture, not only because we all adore Mona Lisa and are so happy she found her furever home, but because we think it’s important to know how to read a dog’s body language.

If you saw this same scene in person, you would not only see the bared teeth, but also the wiggly body and wagging tail. Her ears are back and flattened. This is usually a more submissive posture, and she is trying to show you that she is not a threat.

Growling, raised hair on her back, tail that is straight and stiff, tucked between the legs, or held high above the dog’s back, whale eyes (where the dog’s eyes show a lot of white because she’s turning her head away but still looking at you), stiff body, and intense eye contact in addition to the bared teeth would all be signs that she is telling you to back off.

It is important for you to know when a dog is okay and when you need to back off. Not every dog baring her teeth is being aggressive; however, not every dog baring her teeth is “smiling.” You have to look at the whole body. Being able to read a dog’s body language can possibly prevent bites. Most of them will warn you; you just have to understand their language.

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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If you thought you’d go adopt an animal at the Shelter today, you’d be rong.

We will be closed tomorrow, April 21st, in observance of San Jacinto Day. We will be available to take your calls and answer emails again on Monday, April 24th. As a reminder, our Animal Adoption Center remains closed for walk-in adoptions as well as stray and owner-surrender intakes due to parvo quarantine until May 1st.

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Ten week old Remi, the cutest brindle mutt is currently at a foster home waiting on you to fill out an app and adopt her.

Oh my goodness! Look at this precious baby 😍🥰 This is Remi (A164511), a cute 10-week-old brindle Lab mix who is currently in a foster home. Her foster sent us these adorable pics and has this to say about her: “She is playful and energetic, but also super loving, lazy, and snuggly at night. She does well in her crate while I’m at work. Very few accidents. Great with kids and other dogs, large and small.” She does say that Remi does not get along with her cat. She also “walks great on a leash, loves to play in her water bowl, but hates a bath. She squeals like a baby” 👶😂 Remi is available for adoption. If you’re interested in her, please complete the application in the link below. One of our adoption counselors will get in touch with you to schedule an appointment for you to meet her. https://tx-pasadena.civicplus.com/FormCenter/Animal-Adoption-and-Foster-Applications-10/Dog-Adoption-Application-66 Pasadena Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-848-5362 (please note our new phone number)
[email protected]

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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The Animal Shelter has seen an increase of parvo cases and shut down for a bit to clear it up. 

🚨PARVO ALERT🚨

As we head into the warmer Spring/Summer months, we are seeing an increase of Parvovirus at the Pasadena Animal Adoption Center (commonly known as “parvo”). Unfortunately, because of this, the Center will be closed effective immediately until Monday, May 1st.

All of our dogs housed at the Pasadena Animal Adoption Center are currently in quarantine due to the exposure. In an effort to avoid possibly spreading the virus, we will be closed for walk-in adoptions. Dogs who have not been recently housed in our facilities and are currently in foster homes or are with boarding partners will still be available for adoption. We will also be closed for all stray and owner-surrender intakes. Please note that the Pasadena Animal Shelter building is still closed due to the damage caused by the tornado on January 24, 2023.

Parvovirus is a very contagious illness spread through the feces and saliva of infected dogs. Unvaccinated dogs, especially puppies, are most vulnerable. Parvovirus can survive in the soil for up to a year where an infected dog went to the bathroom, so it is important to not let your unvaccinated dog/puppy walk on public grassy areas or in dog parks. The best way to protect your pet is by making sure he or she is vaccinated against Parvovirus. These vaccinations are available through your vet or mobile vaccine clinics.

We apologize for any inconvenience caused by the closure of our facility. If you have an animal you need to rehome or turn in as stray, please give us a call at 713-848-5430, and we’ll be glad to talk to you about resources available to you.

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Find your best friend this Friday through the Animal Shelter at South Land Title Dover & Fox PC 11-3pm

Come out to South Land Title Dover & Fox PC this Friday from 11am – 3pm to meet some of our amazing adoptable pets! You can’t miss us! We’ll be at the bright yellow trailer that’s loaded full of cuteness ready to go home with you ❤️

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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It’s National Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week and the Animal Shelter has something to say about it.

This week is National Animal Control Officer Appreciation Week, and we want to salute our hardworking team! These are just some of the officers you will see out and about every day, working hard and helping the pets in our community. We appreciate all you do! 🐾❤️

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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The Animal Shelter is still putting the joint back together and could use a lot of Amazon trash (cardboard).

Happy Monday! We hope you had a wonderful Easter weekend! We are in need of cardboard! Because we are unable to use the shelter due to the repairs, we are still only operating out of our much smaller Adoption Center. We are trying to function with our very limited capacity by using pop-up crates. Therefore, we are going through cardboard like crazy! If you have any cardboard boxes you can donate, you may drop them by the Pasadena Adoption Center at 5160 Burke Road. We are open Monday-Friday, 9am – 5pm, and Saturdays, 11am – 4pm. Before or after hours, they can be left outside our front door. We appreciate you all so much! ❤️🐾

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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The Animal Shelter is seeking help for Faith who needs a rovering home after her surgery.

Faith needs a FHO surgery. The shelter is covering the surgery at their vet. We need a foster, adopter, or a 501c3 rescue to save her. Please help us save Faith!

Faith #A164115
3 yr old female German Shepherd Mix

Pasadena Adoption Center
5160 Burke Rd
Pasadena TX 77504
713-848-5362
Adoption: [email protected]
Foster/Rescue: [email protected]
www.pasadenashelter.com

Pasadena Animal Shelter
A164115

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Video: Saint came into the Animal Shelter with a hurt leg and needs help recovering if you can.

This beautiful lab mix is Saint (A164026) 🐾 He is about 1-2 years old who came in with an injured front leg. We are ready to send him to the vet to have the leg taken care of but he really needs a foster, adopter or a 501c3 rescue, so that he can heal in a quiet, stress-free environment. We will pay for the leg care at our vet; he just needs your TLC ❤
Saint’s adoption fee is waived for the Bark Madness event, and in addition to the leg splint or amputation he will be neutered, receive a rabies vaccine, heartworm tested and have a microchip implanted. If you are interested in adopting, please complete the application at https://www.pasadenatx.gov/509/Deciding-to-Adopt. For questions, please email [email protected]
If you’re not ready to adopt but would like to foster him during his recovery period, please complete the application at https://www.pasadenatx.gov/…/Animal-Adoption-and-Foster…. For questions, please email [email protected].
Foster/rescue: [email protected]
Adoption: [email protected]
Pasadena Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-920-7942
Monday – Friday, 11am – 5pm
Saturday, 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Cuddlebug Hollie is retired looking for a good family to call her own. Bags packed. Shelter opens at 11am

Are you looking for a calm cuddlebug to take slow strolls with? Then, look no further than this 8-year-old beauty! Hollie (A164240) came in with two small dogs who left the shelter quickly, but Hollie stayed for a little longer. Fortunately, some awesome people stepped up to take her into their home until she found her furever home 🥰 #fosteringsaveslives Her fosters say that she is seriously so easy, submissive, respectful, and amazing. She still has some spunk in her and would probably enjoy a family! She and her foster sibling sweetly share food, bed, toys, and humans ❤ Hollie’s adoption fee is waived through March 31st for Bark Madness, and she will be spayed as well as receive a microchip and a rabies vaccine. If you are interested in Hollie, please complete our online application, and one of our Adoption Counselors will contact you to make an appointment for the foster to bring her to meet you. https://www.pasadenatx.gov/FormCenter/Animal-Adoption-and-Foster-Applications-10 Pasadena Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-920-7942 Monday – Friday, 11am – 5pm
Saturday, 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter
fosteringsaveslives

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Stout Harvey had a blast on his doggie date and is ready to change his last name to yours.

This is Harvey on his recent doggie date. We were told he was the perfect gentleman! This big strong boy is looking for his forever home.

If you are interested in fostering, adopting or if you are a 501c3 rescue please send us an email. We are so full at our adoption center that Pets Gone Wild Resort has helped us once again and took in this beauty for temporary boarding.

PLEASE SHARE!

Harvey A163955, est 2 yrs old, neutered, heartworm negative, 63 pounds.

Adoptions: [email protected]
Foster/Rescue: [email protected]

Pasadena Animal Shelter/Adoptions
5160 Burke Road
Pasadena, TX 77504
713-920-7942

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Animal Shelter’s fixing to have Olive’s leg cut off and hims needs a quiet place to recover.

This cutie with the 2 different colored eyes is Olive (A164026) 😍 He is a 7-month-old Lab mix who came in with an injured back leg and needs a leg amputation. We are ready to send him to the vet to have the surgery, but he really needs a foster or adopter, so that he can heal in a quiet, stress-free environment. We will pay for the surgery; he just needs your TLC ❤

Animals with legs amputated adapt really well to the limb loss, so if you’re concerned about his quality-of-life post-surgery, you have nothing to worry about! This will actually make his life easier and better because he won’t be in pain. He will be just as great a pet as any four-legged dog!

Olive’s adoption fee is waived for the Bark Madness event, and in addition to the leg amputation, he will be neutered, receive a rabies vaccine, and have a microchip implanted. If you are interested in adopting, please complete the application at https://www.pasadenatx.gov/509/Deciding-to-Adopt. For questions, please email [email protected].

If you’re not ready to adopt but would like to foster him during his recovery period, please complete the application at https://www.pasadenatx.gov/FormCenter/Animal-Adoption-and-Foster-Applications-10. For questions, please email [email protected].

Pasadena Adoption Center
5160 Burke Road
713-920-7942

Monday – Friday, 11am – 5pm
Saturday, 11am – 4pm

Pasadena Animal Shelter

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Howie came into the Animal Shelter pretty rough looking. Check out his after pictures.

This guy right here is one reason why fostering is so important. Howie (A162183) came in a complete mess. He was so sweet but had a horrible skin infection. We started treating him here, but it was once he went in to foster that he became completely unrecognizable, for the better! Being able to heal in a quiet, stress-free environment is key and turned him from a balding, stinky mess into this handsome fella with gorgeous, shiny fur 😍🥰 Howie is available for adoption, so if you’re interested, please complete the application and one of our Adoption Counselors will contact you to schedule an appointment to meet him.