Animal Services and the Department of Information Technology have recently come together to create a unique community tool aimed at helping lost pets find their way home.
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Starting on Monday, July 22, 2019, El Paso Animal Services will adjust its daily hours of operation from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. for the Animal Services Center located at 5001 Fred Wilson.
The City and County of El Paso are partnering to provide lifesaving programs and services to pets in the region.
El Paso Animal Services is sending out an SOS (Support Our Shelter) call to the community, asking for help to clear the shelter. In an effort to continue the City of El Paso’s goal of becoming a “no-kill” facility, Animal Services is asking the borderland community to adopt, foster, donate, and/or reconnect with their lost pets.
This Friday, May 10, El Paso Animal Services will host a fun-filled “Kitten Shower” to honor the litter season which is currently at its peak.
El Paso Animal Services is celebrating its fourth annual Cinco de Mayo Adoption Fiesta with free pet adoptions on all shelter pets. The Fiesta will take place this weekend, Friday, May 3 through Sunday, May 5.
El Paso will soon be home to an innovative education and adoption facility thanks to a generous donation from the Petco Foundation. The national nonprofit recently awarded El Paso Animal Services with a $500,000 grant that will help bring life to the Cats at the Zoo (CATZ) exhibit, which will bring adoptable cats and kittens to the El Paso Zoo.
With the high-intake season quickly approaching, El Paso Animal Services is gearing up for a seasonal deep cleaning on Wednesday, April 17, 2019. During this one-day deep cleaning, Animal Services will be reducing its operation hours from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. to allow staff to complete the facility-wide cleaning.
El Paso Animal Services is looking for families who are ready to commit to the center’s most lovable and loyal pets. The department’s “Large & Loyal” adoption special features free adoptions for all dogs over 20 pounds.
El Paso Animal Services reached a milestone in March, achieving its highest monthly save-rate in department history. Last month, Animal Services saved 92.53% of the more than 2,400 animals that entered the Animal Services Center in March.
El Paso Animal Services achieved a third month of reaching a 90% or higher live-release rate as it nears its no-kill goal. To celebrate the save rate, the department is hosting a “90 by 2020” adoption event, starting Friday, March 8 through Sunday, March 10 where adoptions will be free for the first 90 pets, and just $9 for every pet thereafter.