There are simple steps pet owners can take to ensure the safety of their pets:
1) Keep pets indoors when not at home
2) Ensure proper identification with a collar and I.D. tag and identification microchip
3) Spay and neuter pets: sterilized pets are less likely to roam
4) Keep dogs on leashes when outside and keep cats indoors
5) Never leave an animal unattended in a vehicle
6) Ensure that gates are padlocked and fences are high enough and secure
7) Keep pet licenses current and keep a current photo of pets on hand
8) If pet is missing call the Animal Shelter, 702 346 5268 to leave animal’s description, age, sex, collar, last know location and your contact information.
9) Post lost pet information in your neighborhood, veterinarian offices, groomers and local markets.
Lost pets- Please send a picture along with the animals information and your contact information to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will share it on our Facebook page and send it via e-mail to our contact list and local rescues who will share with their people.
Lost/missing or found pets in Arizona- please also contact Mohave County Animal Control 928 753- 2141
Lost/missing or found pets in Moapa, Overton, Logandale area – please also contact Clark County Animal Control. 702 455-7710
Check Pawboost .com to see about posting your lost pet.
Please contact the animal shelter to see if your animal has been found or turned in by someone finding your pet. People forget to check with the shelter when their pet is missing while the pet waits at the shelter to be claimed and returned home.
If your household is looking for an active and fun loving companion then come to meet Oliver This playful pup is a one year old Bull Terrier (Target or Spuds McKenzie dog) who is the perfect medium-large size, weighing in at fifty-six pounds. He is an active soul and will need a home that can provide him with daily vigorous exercise and training opportunities. Oliver needs to be the only dog in the home as he doesn’t like to share the attention.
Other available dogs
Ruby – Rottweiler Great dog. Housetrained, loves being with people but not other dogs please. Enjoys being in the air conditioning.
Peanut -Border Collie/Beagle Prefers women to men. Likes being with his person.
Bowser- American Bulldog/Pit bull terrier. Smaller in size but strong.
Shadow- Border/Aussie Does not like being alone. Housetrained, smart boy wants to please..
Huey -Australian Shepherd Knows basic commands, very high energy and would need a secure yard with a high fence. Different colored eyes.
Featured Cat- Izzy
Izzy is the sweetest cat ever! She is shy but is coming up to people for attention and is spending more time out of her cage socializing with the other cats,playing with toys and volunteers. She has a soft, white and black coat–which she loves to have petted. She is very happy, she will roll over so her belly can be rubbed. She would be a purr-fect companion to someone in a quiet home. Small in size but big in heart.
Meg – Calico Friendly. Plays with toys. Very laid back. Loves being brushed
Luna -Likes watching everyone. Quiet cat. Best as only cat in home
Jasmine –Tortoiseshell Calm lady. Likes sitting with you and being petted. Quiet home
Sabrina – Needs quiet home where she can be the only cat and watch everyones comings and goings.
Milo- Chocolate point Siamese Senior gentleman. Loves people, very talkative.
Paris -She likes being where she can watch everyone and what is going on around her. Only cat in home please. Not a lap cat. Special diet
The City of Mesquite Animal Shelter located at 795 Hardy Way is open for adoptions from 8:00 am until 4 pm Monday through Friday (excluding holidays), Saturday 11am-1pm , Sunday 1pm -3pm. Please call – Animal Control may be reached by phone or voicemail at 702-346-5268
All animals will be spayed or neutered prior to leaving shelter and receive 1 year rabies vaccination and city license. Ages are approximate.
The animals submitted to the media may have changed so please visit our Petfinder website for a current listing and more detailed information on the animals. www.mesquiteanimalshelter.petfinder.com
Please also check our Facebook pages for lost and found animals along with pet information. https://www.facebook.com/MesquiteNVAnimalControl and https://www.facebook.com/FRIENDSOFMESQUITENVANIMALSHELTER