Pet of the Week

January 24, 2023

Our pick is:

Hercules

Hercules is our featured pet this week. He is very sweet and has a great personality. Hercules came in as a stray. We don't know his personal history with dogs and cats, but you are welcome to bring your dogs in to meet him and we can test him with our cats here if requested. Call us at 817-426-9283 to request. He's a senior Pit Bull mix male who will celebrate his 10th birthday soon! Hercules' adoption fee has been waived and he is chipped, up-to-date on shots and neutered. Adopt Hercules today!

The Burleson Animal Shelter is located at 775 SE John Jones Drive, Burleson, TX.

For more information, call 817-426-9283.


 








Meet Roxy. She's a very happy and playful Catahoula Leopard Dog mix female who loves being around people. 

Roxy is about a year old. If you've ever known a Catahoula, you know how dedicated they are to their family! Roxy would love to become a part of yours and you can adopt her for an $85 adoption fee. Her fee includes shots, microchipping, heartworm testing and spay. Bring the kids and dogs in to meet her anytime during normal business hours. Meet Roxy today at the Burleson Animal Shelter.

The Burleson Animal Shelter is located at 775 SE John Jones Drive, Burleson, TX.

Find out How You Can Adopt
To find out how you can adopt an animal, or to view other animals available for adoption, go to the Adoptions page. Sign up for email notifications when new pets are listed on this page. And, check out all of the adoptable pet pictures on the Burleson Animal Shelter Facebook page.

Legal Contract
All adoptive pet owners must sign a legal contract agreeing to have the adopted pet spayed or neutered, as required by state law. This surgery can be done by the veterinarian of your choice, and the expense is the owner's responsibility. Written verification of this surgical procedure must be returned to the animal shelter. All adoptive pet owners must sign a legal contract agreeing to have the adopted pet spayed or neutered, as required by state law. This surgery can be done by the veterinarian of your choice, and the expense is the owner's responsibility. Written verification of this surgical procedure must be returned to the animal shelter.