San Angelo Animal Shelter Back Under Control Following Hoarding Situation


SAN ANGELO, TX – The San Angelo animal shelter is back under population mandates after a hoarding situation exceeded the shelter's capacity for dogs.

According to the City of San Angelo, as of Dec. 21, the city's animal shelter has once again gone back under capacity without destroying any dogs. It was reported on Dec. 14 that the shelter took in more dogs than allowed by the City Council following a hoarding situation. See: BREAKING: Hoarding Case Pushes Animal Shelter Over the Limit

New information released by City of San Angelo on Twitter confirms that the population is back to 164 dogs thanks to an out-of-state transport and an adoption event.

Even though the shelter is back below 180 dogs the shelter still needs citizens to adopt or foster dogs. If you are interested contact the Concho Valley PAWS at (325) 656-7387. 

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