Pet Licenses are required in the City of Corpus Christi. Licenses protect your pet from being impounded if your pet is picked up by Animal Care Services.
Animal Care Services hosts a mobile clinic which provides low-cost vaccinations each month, excluding holidays. CCACS no longer runs a public spay/neuter clinic to the general public.
CCACS will pick up privately owned or city-owned traps if they contain known rabies carriers, such as bats, skunks, raccoons, bobcats, foxes, or coyotes. (Opossums are not rabies carriers.)
Our pets and other animals rely on us to take care of them and provide them with needed veterinary services, food water, and shelter. If you witness animal neglect or cruelty, report it to CCACS.
Barking dogs and sanitation complaints are a frustration to citizens and Animal Care Officers alike. When these complaints are made to CCACS, the City Attorney's Office is immediately involved.
If you suspect a dog is dangerous and it has met the guidelines required by Texas law, an investigation may be conducted to determine if the dog is a Dangerous Dog.