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Yes, there is a leash law in effect within Seabrook City Limits, city ordinance states that any animal not being physically restrained on or off private property is considered to be at-large and in violation of Section 10-121.
Yes, animals are available for adoption after being held a minimum of three working days. For more information on adoptions, please call the shelter at 281-291-5644 or send an email.
All dogs and cats must be registered with the City of Seabrook. Registration is $10 and can be paid in person at City Hall. The registration fee for pets that are spayed or neutered will be waived, but registration is still required. For more information call Animal Control at (281) 291-5644.
The City of Seabrook Animal Control Department can provide residents with live animal traps and will pick up the trap and trapped animal. To request a trap you must call Animal Control at (281) 291-5644.
The Seabrook Animal Shelter is located at 1100 Red Bluff Road and is open Monday - Friday from 8:00 am - 5 pm and Saturdays from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm.
Report it by calling (281) 291-5610 and the animal control officer will handle the animal when on duty.