Animal Control Services
Southlake partners with the City of Keller Regional Animal Services to respond to animal-related calls for service, collect stray animals, and investigate vicious animal complaints.
The Animal Control Officer can respond to the following types of animal-related issues:
- Animal impoundments and adoptions
- Stray animal or barking dog complaints
- Dangerous animals and animal bites
- Catching loose livestock
- Removing animal carcasses
- Enforcing city animal ordinances
- Proof of rabies vaccine
|In an emergency||Dial 9-1-1|
|Mailing Address:||P.O. Box 770, Keller, TX 76244|
|Physical Address:||330 Rufe Snow Drive, Keller, TX|
|Animal Services Field Service Hours:||Monday-Friday 8 a.m - 5 p.m.|
|Saturday 7 a.m. - 3 p.m.|
|After Hours Emergency calls:||817-743-4522|
Lost Animals and Adoptions
The City of Southlake contracts with the City of Keller Regional Animal Adoption Center to maintain and care for lost animals and animal adoptions.
Keller Regional Animal Adoption Center
The facility is run by the Humane Society of North Texas.
330 Rufe Snow Drive
Keller, TX 76248
Monday - Thursday Noon-6 p.m.
Friday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
After Hours Contact: 817-743-4522
Other services provided:
- Pet registrations
- Clinic services
- Cruelty investigations
- Volunteer opportunities
Other Animal Information
The Southlake Police Department has provided an information page to answer any of your questions or concerns about Feral Hogs. If you need help with a feral hog, please contact Officer David Aldridge at (817) 748-8627 or the non-emergency police line at (817) 743-4710.
Southlake Animal Control Ordinance Information
Visit the city's current Animal Control Ordinance for more information. A revision to the Animal Control Ordinance was adopted in 2014.
For additional information on wild animals in your neighborhood, visit the Animal Services website or contact Animal Control at 817-743-4710.