Animal Control Supervisor
Please use shelter line for adoption inquires, cremation information, lost or found pets, surrenders and volunteer questions only. We do not have a receptionist at the shelter, so please leave a message and we will call you back as soon as possible.
Animal Services: (432-837-3486)
Please use the dispatch line for all requests for service and all general animal related concerns. The Alpine Police Department dispatches our Animal Services Officers to their calls and can get you in touch with one regarding any calls, questions or concerns you may have in a timely manner.
Please do not call the shelter or email our officers for call outs or emergencies. We want to assist you as quickly as possible and we are not always by our shelter phone or on email. The quickest response time is through the non emergency dispatch line. All call out requests through the shelter line and email will be told to contact dispatch.
HOURS OF OPERATION:
|10am-1pm||8am-6pm respond to all calls|
|2pm-6pm||6pm-8am emergency calls only|
|Saturday and Sunday||Including all Holidays|
|By appointment only|
We have some great new friends waiting to meet you! Contact the shelter through the Alpine Police Department at (432) 837-3486 or (432) 837-9030 for more information, and click the following link to download the Animal Adoption Form:
Animal Adoption Form: Dog
Animal Adoption Form: Cat
To view the requirements for Animal Permits, please visit our Code of Ordinances:
Chapter 10 - Animals: Article I - In General: Division 2 - PERMITS
Please fill out the following application and return it to the Alpine Police Department or the animal shelter so that an appointment can be made with the on-duty animal services officer to do a property inspection
Animal Permit Application
If you are bothered by a barking dog, please click here to review the suggested procedures to resolve the issue before involving law enforcement.
To pursue an official complaint, use the following documents:
Missing Pet Report
If your pet is missing, please fill out the following form and email to email@example.com. Alternatively, you may bring the completed form to the Alpine Police Department.
Missing Pet Report
• Bee Information
Adoptable Pet Sites:
2900 Old Marathon Road
Alpine, Texas 79830