Go to www.petango.com/bastropanimalshelter to view adoptable animals and for more shelter details.
Below is a map for Bastrop County Humane Society, please call for specific directions.
Great Facilities Excellent Staff
Large Fenced Yards Unlimited Personal Attention
Interactive Play Large Enclosures, No Crates
needlessly put to death each year in the U.S. Is it
time for you to lay out the welcome mat?
Lost and Found
Dreamtime Animal Sanctuary - area wide all animals - 512-796-0046
Elgin Police Department - within Elgin city limits only - 512-285-4445
Trap and Release Program for Stray Cats
Call Deborah Wright for details!
Feral Cat Program
A free stry cat spay/nueter program for stray/free roamimg
cats is under way. Reservations are required.
Clinics are open every Wednesday and Thursday, check-in
time is 6:30 - 8:30 a.m. - pick-up time is 6:30 p.m.
To schedule a visit
or contact Deborah Wright at 512-423-3215.
Contact Person: Gina
Reserve your Registered/Papered German Shepherd Puppy M/F.
Your Dog May Be Dying
We understand you meant to be kind taking your dog with you today, but you could be risking his life.
On a hot summer day the inside of a car heats very quickly. On an 85 degree day, for example, the temperature inside your car--with the windows slightly opened--will reach 102 degrees in 10 minutes. In 30 minutes it will go up to 120 degrees. On warmer days it will go even higher.
A dog's normal body temperature is 101.5 to 102.2 degrees Fahrenheit. A dog can withstand a body temperature of 107-108 degrees Fahrenheit for only a very short time before suffering irreparable brain damage--or even death. The closed car interferes with the dog's normal cooling process, that is, evaporation through panting.
IF YOUR DOG IS OVERCOME BY HEAT EXHAUSTION, YOU CAN GIVE IMMEDIATE FIRST AID BY IMMERISING HIM OR HER IN COLD WATER UNTIL BODY TEMPERATURE IS LOWERED.
The link below was brought to our attention by a young lady named Addison, who wants to become a veterinarian. Way to go Addison!!
The information in the link will help pet proof your home.
Safe Pet Travel - Click Below
Sometimes wildlife around Elgin could use a helping hand. Below are a few of the resource contacts:
Barbra Sellers, specializes in small mammal rescue and an provide wildlife rehabilitation. This does not include deer or deer fawns. Contact her at: 512.773.4371 between the hours of 6 a.m. and 7:30 p.m.
Preston Doughty of McDade specializes in mammal rehabilitation and rescue including deer. Doughty can be reached at: 512.913.9090, anytime.
Natalie Hayden in Manor, songbird rescue and/ or rehabilitation. Specializes in doves and small mammals excluding fawns. She WILL accept skunks. Hayden can be reached at: 512.4024320 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. or email her at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Karen Davis in Bastrop can assist with small mammals, she specializes in raccoons and bobcats. Contact her at: 512.924.9556, 24 hours a day; or at 512.251.2274 Mondays and Tuesdays from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon.
All Things Wild Rehabilitation in Austin specializes in mammals and birds including raptors. Contact them at: 512.897.0806.
Austin Wildlife Rescue specializes in mammals including deer, birds, reptiles and amphibians. Their intake center is at 5401 E. MLK Blvd in Austin. The intake center is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. every day. Contact them anytime at 512.472.9453.