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Animal Services
Enforcement
The biggest part of Animal Control officers' job is enforcement. The City of Cibolo has a number of ordinances pertaining to animals. Ordinances address dogs and cats running at large, transporting animals in open bed trucks, unreasonably noisy animals and dangerous animals. Animal Services enforces city ordinances as well as county, state, and federal animal-related regulations.

Investigations
Animal Control officers conduct investigations into animal bite cases, animal attacks, and animal cruelty.

Trapping
Animal Control provides humane live traps to residents for trapping small nuisance wildlife and stray animals. Traps are on a first-come, first-served basis and are on loan for 10 working days. Call 210-659-1999 to reserve a trap. A deposit is required for loaned traps to ensure their return.

Mission Statement
It is the mission of the City of Cibolo's Animal Control to protect public health and welfare while enforcing humane animal treatment while operating within City of Cibolo's ordinances and county, state and federal regulations. It is also our mission to provide safe, humane shelter for unwanted, stray, abused and impounded animals and to educate the public about responsible animal care, pet ownership and living with wildlife in hopes of reducing the number of unwanted animals in the community.
Animal Services
300 Cibolo Drive
Cibolo, TX 78108

Ph: 210-659-4851
Ph: 210-619-1200 - (For after hours Emergency- Schertz Dispatch)

Hours
Monday - Friday
8 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Saturday
10a to 2pm