Killeen Animal Services is a municipal shelter that provides a variety of services to the community. We have 79 dog kennels and 65 cat cages at the facility.
Our Animal Shelter is need of blankets for our animals. With cooler nights our animals are in need of some extra blankets. You can drop off your donations during our hours of operation.
- Adoption services
Thank you for choosing Killeen Animal Services as your choice for adoption of your newest family member. There is never a shortage of pets in need of loving responsible homes. It is important that you consider what type of pet you are wanting to bring in to your home as a lifelong companion. Research the breed, energy level, size, maintenance and cost of ownership before considering adoption. Persons wishing to adopt an animal are required to present a government-issued photo identification (ID) card or water bill. You do not need to be a resident of Killeen to adopt, but you must present a verifiable ID and address.
The following fees apply to adoptions:
Microchip fee (all animals): $15
A contract agreement must also be signed requiring the adopting person to have the animal vaccinated against rabies and have unsterilized animals spayed or neutered in compliance with city ordinance.
To Report Urgent Issues
Do not email! Please call and speak to an officer. In case of emergency, dial 911. Animal inflicted injuries: dial 911 or transport the victim to the nearest medical facility.
Chapter 6 of the City's Code of Ordinances contains regulations about all types of animals in Killeen.
Get Help from Animal Services
Barking dogs and stray animals can be very disruptive to a neighborhood. Animal Services can help with a number of animal problems including barking dogs, animal rescues, animal cruelty, stray cats and dog bites.
Wildlife is a natural occurrence, even within city limits. You will often find them in your backyard, under your car, in your outside trash; however, Animal Services does not pick up wild animals unless they are inside your home or vehicle, sick, injured, deceased or have bitten or scratched a person or animal.
As the city is expanding to the south into uninhabited regions where the coyote lives, occasional coyote sightings will happen. Animal Services does not interfere with wildlife unless they are ill, dead or have injured a human or animal. View more information on coyotes.