Animal Care and Control
When: Saturday, July 18, 2015
Time: Doors open at 5 PM
Where: Lytle Community Center
The City of Lytle Animal Care and Control is currently planning our 6th Annual PAWS of Summer benefit. This event will be on Saturday, July 18th at the Lytle Community Center. Doors open at 5 PM. There is no admission fee but we would greatly appreciate if you brought a dog or cat related donation such as dry food, canned food, treats, toys etc.
All proceeds from this event go to our Spay/Neuter Fund and our Animal Medical Care Fund.
Thanks to the success of previous PAWS of Summer events, our animals have been able to receive much needed medical care. We are a mandatory spay/neuter facility which mean all animals adopted from us are fixed before they go to their new forever homes. Proceeds from this event help us pay %25 of a much reduced spay/neuter fee which makes the new owners part much less expensive
Welcome to the City of Lytle Animal Care & Control homepage. Our facility opened January 30, 2010. In the three years we have been open, we have adopted out over 1000 dogs and cats. We are staffed by a handful of wonderful people including the Director, two Animal Control Officers and a few long term volunteers. Stop by our facility at 17971 West FM 2790 South, or come by one of our events, and meet the folks who have made this facility such a success!
Animal Care and Control provides the following services:
strays, abused animals, and
- Operates the Animal Control Facility and provides humane care for animals in the shelter.
- Responds to both emergency and non-emergency calls.
- Patrols the streets looking for
escaped or lost pets.
While the City of Lytle no longer requires pets to be licensed, the City
does still require that all animals, four months and older, be
vaccinated against rabies. Failure to vaccinate will result in an additional charge, should your animal be picked up by Animal Control.