Lost and Found Pets

Schertz Animal Services holds stray animals for a minimum of at least 72 hours to allow owners a chance to find their lost pets. If the animal is not claimed in that time period, it becomes the property of Schertz Animal Services and may be made available for adoption any time after the stray hold period. 

Found Pets


Found off Green Valley Road

Found on Flagstone

Found on Curtiss


Found on FM 3009

Found at Schertz Parkway and Maske Road

Found at Schertz Parkway and Maske Road

white and brindle pitFemale, white and brindle mix, found on Vicki Lynn

black setter mixMale Setter mix, found in the 800 block FM 3009

ShepherdMale, Shepherd, found at Crescent Bend Park

black and white catBlack and white, found at 700 Pecan

black chihuahuaFemale, Chihuahua, found on Randolph Ave.

amaretto catFemale calico, left at the front door of the shelter

brindle pitMale, Brindle mix, found on Vicki Lynn

Black mix puppyFemale, black, mix puppy found at Samuel Clemens High School.

chocolate labMale, Chocolate Lab, found on Randolph Ave.

Tips for Finding Lost Pets

There are many different places to look for your pet and owners should be diligent in trying to find their pet.
We highly recommend you attempt the following:
  • Check this website everyday
  • Check the Schertz Animal Services Facebook Page everyday
  • Come into the shelter and visit our pets to see if you can find your loved one. Stray pets with no identification are assigned temporary names upon intake.
  • Check with local veterinarians or other rescue groups in the area
  • Schertz Animal Services provides lost and found reports for public viewing only at the shelter. The shelter is not liable for information contained herein or for disposition of animals that are not claimed by their owners in person within 72 hours. The shelter staff will contact owners of animals wearing traceable identification.
  1. Animal Services

    Physical Address
    800 Community Circle Drive
    Schertz, TX 78154

    Phone: 210-619-1550