Found Pets

About the Found Pets Service
The City of West University Place provides information on pets that are picked up by Animal Control, picked up by other residents, and reported lost by their owners. Residents are encouraged to report both lost and found pets for posting on the city's website. Please use this form to report lost and found pets.

Animals listed here have been picked up by Animal Control or reported found by a resident.

Postings will remain on this site for up to 30 days. If you are searching for your pet, please review the listing below. Please contact the individual listed to inquire about a pet.
 
Pets

Animals Awaiting Claiming


 generic cat 

No cats at this time!
 Dog found November

Shepherd
Young female shepherd mix found 11/10 found running in the 6300 block of Brompton. Available for adoption 11/14/16. Very friendly and affectionate. No information on how she is with kids and/or other animals. 
 Contact Animal Control at 713.662.5831.

 Lost dog 120116
Found on December 2 at  7:00 am in 3900 block if Oberlin.  He is kenneled right now, but would be happy to find his owner.

 Contact Lee Ann Grimes @ 713-818-0911

  
 Lost dog found January 2017

Dog 11317
Male short-haired brown and white dog with pink collar and no chip. Found 1/7 and housed at the city animal shelter.
 Contact Animal Control at 713.662.5831.
 



About Animals Picked Up by Animal Control
The City of West University Place operates a "no-kill" shelter. Domestic stray animals are transferred, after a three-day reclamation period, to a local veterinarian. Stray dogs are picked up and taken to the city kennel located at 2801 N. Braeswood where they can await reclamation. The reclamation fee for unregistered dogs is $100, and the reclamation fee for dogs registered with the city is $50 for the first pick-up. These fees do not include any possible municipal fines that may be assessed for the dog being "at-large," unregistered, not wearing their rabies tag, not wearing a city tag, etc.

The city kennel is inspected twice a year: once by the Texas Department of Health, and once by an independent veterinarian using a Texas Department of Health supplied checklist. There is no requirement for cats kept either leashed or restrained. They are not picked up by animal control. Wildlife, if caught, must be transported to a wildlife rehabilitator under strict state guidelines. Animal Control does not transport these animals.

For more information, contact Animal Control at 713-662-5831 or 713-662-5893.