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    Infectious Disease Prevention Section
    Mail Code: 1927
    PO BOX 149347 - Austin, TX 78714-9347
    1100 West 49th Street, Suite G401
    Austin, TX 78714

    Phone: (512) 776-7676
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Tour - Dog Kennels & Cat Rooms

Animal Topics  Virtual Tour: Dog Kennels and Cat Rooms
(Animals, Animal Control, Animal Shelters, Animals in Disaster, Animals in Public Places,   
 Animal Friendly Program,  Animal Ownership, Animal Bites) 

Dog Kennels and Cat Rooms1

Under ideal circumstances, dogs and cats should be 
kept separate from one another in an animal shelter.

Dog Kennels and Cat Rooms2

If such an arrangement is possible, the result will be quieter 
surroundings as well as calmer, less frightened animals. However,
not all shelters can afford separate facilities for dogs and cats.  

Virtual Tour Topics:

Adoption | Air | Animal Control | Cleanliness | Cruelty | Entrance & Lobby | Euthanasia |  Food Prep & Storage | Gift Shop | Grooming | Livestock & Other Animals | Map | Materials | Mechanical Equipment | Office |  Place | Quarantine | Reasons |
Screen | Services | Size | Socialization Area | Spay/Neuter Myths & Facts | Spay/Neuter Services | Wards

Last updated March 5, 2021