The Williamson County Regional Animal Shelter (WCRAS) is located on approximately five acres on the Inner Loop in Georgetown just to the east of the entrance to the county’s Juvenile Services building. The shelter is a collaborative effort between the county and participating cities of Round Rock, Cedar Park, Leander and Hutto.
The goal of WCRAS is to make lifelong matches between the new pet and its owner. You should be prepared to spend some time with the animal you are wishing to adopt before you make that important decision. We have meet and greet rooms as well as a large yard for taking dogs for walks. We also encourage your decision to be made with the support of your family as well as any other pets you may own. You should bring any dogs that you already have to the shelter to meet the potential new family member. The shelter staff will assist you in taking the animals out of their kennels or cages as well as provide information about a particular animal. You will be required to fill out an adoption application and staff will qualify you for the adoption. You must be at least age 18, with current identification and able to pay the adoption fee.
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