Brownsville, TX Animal Rescue & Animal Shelters; B-Squad Dog Rescue
Brownsville/Haywood County Animal Shelter has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Brownsville, Tennessee.
Brownsville Animal Shelter supervisor Nelly Zamora said they are currently hosting more than 200 dogs and cats. She said more than half of them aren’t microchipped.
Brownsville resident Cruz Terran has three dogs. She said she’ll have to pay out of pocket to get them microchipped or risk getting a $250 citation.
Brownsville, Texas - Pet Adoption
The Brownsville SPCA does not have a shelter to call our own.
The Brownsville- Haywood County Humane Society has partnered with the local animal shelter since1999. As a partner, society members through donations have provided products, fencing, medicine and care to the animals and information to Haywood County citizens concerning the lost and surrendered dogs and cats that live at our shelter.Staff at the Brownsville animal shelter said they were able to reunite two dogs with their Florida owners with the help of a microchip two years ago. Pangea was rescued from the Brownsville Animal Shelter. He and her litter of 7 were about to be put down when a lady phoned us. We placed her and her babies in foster care that same day. Her babies are now all adopted and now she waits for her forever family. Pangea loves going to the dog park, great in the car, good with dogs, cats, & kids. She is still a little shy with people she doesn't know. She is house trained and lives as an indoor dog. Up to date on all shots, mircochipped and is Heart worm Neg. Just a sweet baby..Brownsville Animal Shelter supervisor Nellie Zamora said the city’s health department holds the clinics annually to help pet owners protect their pets against rabies and comply with city ordinance. Article 4 Section 10-1127 states, “Any owner of a dog or cat which is three months of age or older shall procure a license. License fees shall be paid annually to correspond with the rabies vaccination date. The city commission may designate, through the public health director, veterinarians who may also issue city licenses.”