Mission and Vision
An Animal Control Officer is any person or persons designated by the City as an enforcement officer who is qualified to perform such duties as required by City ordinances.
An Animal Control Officer is charged with responding to requests for help with animals ranging from: wild animals, dangerous animals, or animals in distress.
Animal Control response to stray dog & cat concerns.
Investigation of animal welfare concerns.
Impoundment of unwanted dogs & cats.
Dead animal removal from residences and roadways.
Enforcement of City ordinances regarding livestock, fowl and exotic animals.
Animal Control is available Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. and can be reached at (830) 816-3194 or (830) 249-8645. To answer calls after hours, weekends or holidays, please contact Dispatch at the non-emergency numbers listed above and a Fair Oaks Ranch Police Officer, will respond.
LOST & FOUND PETS
> I have found a pet. What should I do?
If you have found a pet, call Dispatch at (830) 249-8645 to have Animal Control come out to your location. Delay in reporting a found animal prevents their fast return to the rightful owner.
> If you observe a stray pet, call Animal Control at (830) 249-8645 with a description of the pet and the location. This information helps reconnect the stray pet with its owner.
> I have lost a pet. What should I do?
If you have lost a pet, contact Animal Control as soon as possible at (830) 249-8645. Fair Oaks Ranch Animal Control maintains a daily log for lost and found animals.