Love Us, License Us, It’s the Law.
The rabies vaccination/license tag required by law provide you with the following animal services:
- 24 hour phone number for lost and found pets
- extended impoundment on tagged pets
- annual reminders to renew rabies vaccine and County Tag
- reduced impoundment fee for pets wearing current Brazos County tag. IN ADDITION
- Everyone who comes in contact with your pet will be aware that this pet has an owner who cares! Thank you for being a responsible pet owner. Texas State Law Any dog or cat over three months of age is required to have a yearly rabies vaccination administered by a licensed veterinarian. The animal must wear the tag at all times. Rabies vaccination/license tag is available through your veterinarian
Visit your veterinarian to purchase a Brazos County License Tag or visit PetData for the information regarding online and mail-in registration. It is $15.00 for an annual Rabies Vaccination license and a replacement tag is $1.00. A current rabies vaccination certificate is required if the rabies vaccination on file has expired. Check your certificate for correct address and pet information because the license will reflect these in the case of your pet being found. The pets that are required to be licensed are all dogs, cats, and ferrets that are over four months in age. If you have any questions regarding the licensing process, please feel free to contact us at (979) 775-5755.
Have you moved or changed phone numbers?
Make sure that your county tag and microchip information is kept up to date. Any address or phone number updates – just call, e-mail or come in. It’s Free!
Unclaimed animals and animals given up by their owners are evaluated for adoption. Prospective pet owners are interviewed to assure that the lifestyles and needs of the people and the animal will be compatible.
The Aggieland Humane Society receives thousands of dogs, cats, and other pets each year that would make excellent family companions. Many of these are purebred or obvious purebred mixes. Some people say that “mutts” make the best and healthiest pets, and the Shelter also has plenty of those to choose from! Rabbits, hamsters, guinea pigs, birds, and other pets are also available at the Shelter from time to time.
The adoption fee includes a free spay or neuter that is performed at a local vet clinic BEFORE the pet goes home, the first set of vaccinations, a dewormer, microchip, heartworm test (if needed), and other coupons.
Pet Adoptions: $95 Adult Dogs, $50 Adult Cats, $125 Puppies and $95 Kittens. We take checks, cash, MC and Visa.