Looking to adopt or foster animals from the local shelter? Here are the San Marcos Regional Animal Shelter pets of the week! Spread the word to help these animals find their forever homes.
Miranda (49709023) is a 3-year-old Hound/Mix who’s more than ready to find a human that will give her a life filled with adventure and love!
This 54-pound girl loves to play outside and enjoys making other dog friends in the process. Miranda is a very calm girl with low energy. Although she loves taking naps, she also loves doing fun things with her human.
Due to her past, she doesn’t enjoy going on walks with a leash. However, since being at the shelter, she has really come out of her shell and will be going on runs and long walks in no time!
Come meet her today and give her a second chance at having a better life.
Hunt (50057911) has an amazing personality, is very handsome, and is quite photogenic. What more could you ask for?!
This 12-pound boy is only a year old and has the most kissable cheeks. Hunt loves getting lots of pets and attention; he’s just a big lovebug!
His guilty pleasures are catnip toys in the shape of a mouse and any chicken-flavored treats. Hunt is ready to be adopted and hopes you’ll come meet him and see his striking yellow eyes in person!
Both pets are available for adoption at the San Marcos Regional Shelter.
All ready-to-go pets (meaning cats and dogs that have already been spayed/neutered, vaccinated, and microchipped) are $10 until further notice and include spay/neuter, vet exam, vaccinations, a microchip, and 30 days of free pet health insurance.
To meet their pets, please visit in person at 750 River Rd, San Marcos, open from noon – 7 p.m. Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, and from noon – 5 p.m. on Saturdays.
Visit https://bit.ly/3hp6VSk to learn about the foster program or to fill out a foster application.
Or visit them online at www.sanmarcostx.gov/animaladoptions to choose a pet, fill out an online adoption application, and then give them a call at 512.805.2650 or email animaladoptions@ sanmarcostx.gov to talk about it.