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Thank you for all of your support while we are caring for the dogs from the Taylor hoarding situation. Many have asked what you can do. Here are some ways you can help:

- Adopt! Right now, we cannot use 8 kennels in our facility because they are being used for quarantine. Keeping our adoption numbers up, helps us serve all the animals who need our care.

- Donate! We are currently using more supplies and antibiotics for their care. You can make a donation by clicking the Donate button on the top right of this page. Donating to the General Fund will help us with sanitation supplies; donating to Jane's Fund will help us with medical care costs.

- Bring in items. We are currently in need of Hill's Science Diet dog food, grain-free dog food, Dawn liquid soap, bleach, medical gowns, medical booties, rubber boots, squeegees, mop buckets, and scrub brushes.

- Help APA! Austin Pets Alive! Is currently helping 3 puppies from the situation that have tested positive for the parvo virus.

Thank you so much for your support and concern!

See their story on KEYEKXAN, the Austin American Statesman, and KVUE.



  • A driver's license is needed for all Adoptions.
  • Adoptions are non-refundable.
  • Animal Licenses are $10 (per unsterile animal) or $5 (per sterile animal with proof) and require proof of rabies vacination

    Texas drivers license or other proof of residency in this jurisdiction will be required for owner surrender of animals

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The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter (WCRAS) is located on approximately five acres on the Inner Loop in Georgetown just to the east of the entrance to the county’s Juvenile Services building. The shelter is a collaborative effort between the county and participating cities of Round Rock, Cedar Park, Leander and Hutto.

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Williamson County Animal Shelter 1855 S.E. Inner Loop, Georgetown, TX 78626 General Information: (512)943-3322
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