My animal escaped from my back yard. Where can I look for it?

All animals impounded at Killeen Animal Services are viewable on the City’s website within one hour of being processed.  You can view the animals currently held at Animal Services by clicking the “Lost & Found” link on our page.  However, we encourage citizens to come to Animal Services to check for their animals in person whenever possible.  We also recommend searching local lost and found animal pages on social media to see if your animal has been found by a citizen and not yet reported to Animal Services.

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1. Do dogs and cats have to be spayed or neutered?
2. Where can I find the city ordinance pertaining to animals?
3. What is a microchip?
4. How many dogs / cats can I have in Killeen?
5. Can I have pigs in the city limits?
6. Is there a rule about rabbits?
7. Can I keep chickens or carrier pigeons in the city? What about turkeys or pheasants?
8. Does my dog have to be on a leash when I take him/her for a walk?
9. What should I do if I find a stray animal?
10. What exactly is considered animal abuse?
11. What can I do if I have seen someone abuse their animal?
12. What is the rule about stray cats?
13. Someone's dog bit me. What should I do?
14. My animal escaped from my back yard. Where can I look for it?
15. How can I be sure my animal is returned to me in case it gets away?
16. My pet has died; how do I dispose of the body?
17. Where do I go to pay a fine for an animal violation?
18. What do I need to do to adopt a pet from the city animal shelter?