Paws in the Park adoption special begins June 6

Jun 6, 2018

Papaya enjoying a walk in San Gabriel Park

Georgetown Animal Shelter is welcoming Williamson County’s temporary shelter to San Gabriel Park with its own adoption special–Paws in the Park.

All dogs weighing more than 35 pounds may be adopted for $25, which includes spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip, vet voucher, a small bag of food, heartworm treatment if applicable, and assorted other items.

Spokesdog Rodger Dodger encourages people to visit him and his friends in our play yards and find a dog to adopt.

“We welcome the chance to meet new folks and woo them with our puppy dog eyes.  And now that there will be many more paws in the park, there should be a dog for everyone,” Rodger said.

The Paws in the Park adoption special will run through June 30.

The Georgetown Animal Shelter is located at 110 Walden Drive, across the street from San Gabriel Park and the McMaster Fields.

The county’s temporary shelter opens today, June 6, in the old Williamson County Show Barn, 425 E. Morrow St., where visitors will be able to adopt, surrender, or turn in dogs from Cedar Park, Hutto, Leander, Round Rock and Williamson County. The temporary shelter will be open while the county completes renovations to its shelter at 1855 SE Inner Loop.

For a map that shows both facilities, click here: San Gabriel Park map.


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