Responsible Pet Ownership
The East Aldine District Board of Directors is dedicated to promoting responsible pet ownership in collaboration with our community partners lead by Harris County Public Health and Environmental Services. To learn more about their services or any of our community partners who are helping us promote and encourage responsible pet ownership, please visit the websites below and join us in making a difference!
Harris County Veterinary Public Health is our leading partner in the effort to stop abuse and neglect of animals and to promote responsible pet ownership. VPH has brought together the major animal stakeholders to work together in one mission, creating a community of responsible pet owners.
HCVPH is responds to citizens calls regarding stray animals, investigates dog bites and provides routine animal patrol. The county’s animal shelter offers pet adoptions, lost and found shelter along with issuing animal licenses.
Citizens for Animal Protection is committed to sheltering, rescuing and placing homeless animals—relieving animal suffering by preventing animal cruelty through humane education.
Houston Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals’ mission is to promote commitment to and respect for all animals and free them from suffering, abuse and exploitation.
Adoptions, Animal Surrenders, Cruelty Investigation, 24-hour Stray Animal Rescue
Houston Humane Society is a non-profit animal shelter dedicated to eliminating abuse, cruelty, and the overpopulation of animals.
Pet Adoptions, Education, Low-Cost Veterinary Clinic, Animal Cruelty Investigation
Phone: 713.433.6421 Ext. 396
Spay Neuter Assistance Program’s mission is to eliminate the need for euthanasia in our community’s animal shelters, to reduce the number of homeless animals and to educate the public about the importance of spay/neuter.
Low Cost Wellness Clinic
City of Houston Bureau of Animal Regulation and Care promotes humane animal care and protects the public health and safety in the City of Houston, including shelter, pet placement, ownership, education, and enforcement.