• May 9, 2021

Tags : El paso animal services

Animal Services “Home for the Pawlidays” Adoptions Starts Friday

On Thursday, officials with the El Paso Animal Services unveiled their “Home for the Pawlidays” adoption event. Animal Services will be offering free adoptions on all of their shelter pets during this two-week special. While adoption specials are offered year-round, Animal Services wants to remind the community, especially during the holidays, that adopting a pet […]Read More

“Fall Fur Me” Adoption Special to Connect Families with Pets

This weekend, El Paso Animal Services and its community partner, KFOX’s Pet Pals, are ready to find great homes for the hundreds of pets at the El Paso Animal Services Center. November 16 through November 18, the two organizations will be hosting a “Fall Fur Me” adoption event featuring free pet adoptions for all El […]Read More

Animal Services Kicks Off Football Season With ‘Mutts, Miners &

With football season right around the corner, El Paso Animal Services is ready to help residents find their four-legged MVP. Residents who visit the Animal Services Center this week wearing UTEP fan gear will have the adoption fee reduced to just $3 as part of the “Mutts, Miners & Meows” adoption special. The special adoption […]Read More

Animal Services Hosts “Clear the Shelters” Event This Saturday

The El Paso Animal Services will once again take part in the national “Clear the Shelters” adoption campaign. During this event, Animal Services will provide free pet adoptions for all of its shelter pets. The department is committed to saving as many lives as possible by clearing its kennels through this annual event, which spurred […]Read More

Animal Services Reform Plan Moves Forward; Will Become City Department

During Tuesday’s City Council Meeting, the El Paso City Council unanimously approved an amendment that would identify a community cats program in the city code. The implementation of a community cat program, also known as TNR or Trap-Neuter-Return, is a major component in Animal Services’ plan to move the City’s animal shelter to a live release […]Read More

Animal Services Shares Latest Accomplishments with City Council

During Tuesday’s City Council meeting, Interim Animal Services Director Kurt Fenstermacher announced that the Animal Services Shelter has a live release rate of 53% for the month of January 2016, the highest live release rate the shelter has ever seen. The 53% live release rate for January 2016 follows last month’s 50% live-release rate for […]Read More

Council votes unanimously to move Animal Service Shelter toward no-kill

During Tuesday’s City Council meeting, members unanimously approved funding to begin moving the Animal Services Shelter forward to its goal of a 90% live release rate, also identified as no-kill status. The nationally accepted standard for a no-kill community is a community that has a live outcome rate of over 90% of its shelter animals. Today’s […]Read More