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City of Corsicana Animal Shelter

 

The City of Corsicana Animal Shelter and the Humane Society of Navarro County are two COMPLETELY separate entities.

The Animal Shelter is a division of the City of Corsicana Police Department and is 100% operated, controlled and maintained by the City of Coriscana government.

The Humane Society of Navarro County is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization with NO paid (or unpaid) employees.  We barely have an office large enough to hold meetings! Most of our members have paid, full time careers; others are retired.  All of our members are 100% volunteers – we are involved in the HSNC for no other reason than the love of animals.

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If you need to contact the Corsicana Animal Shelter please call 903-654-4928, or 903-654-4929 for Animal Control. The Corsicana Animal Shelter is open Mon, Tues, Thurs & Friday: 12pm-6pm and Saturday 12pm-4pm.

Click here to visit the City of Corsicana for more information about the animal shelter, pet adoptions, animal control, drop offs, and more.

Click here to visit Petfinder to see all of the dogs that are located at the Corsicana Animal Shelter. Help our fur friends find their forever home!

Report Abuse

How to Report Animal Abuse in Corsicana, TX:

If you know an animal who is being abused or neglected in Corsicana, Texas please call The Corsicana Animal Shelter at

903-654-4928 or Animal Control at 903-654-4929. If this occurs on the weekends or after regular business hours, please call the Corsicana Police Department's Non-Emergency Line at 903-654-4902. If the situation is dire, you can always call 9-1-1.

How to Report Animal Abuse in Navarro County

If you know of an animal being abused or neglected in Navarro County, outside of the Corsicana city limits, please call the Navarro County Sheriff's Department at 903-654-3001.

The Humane Society of Navarro County does NOT have the ability, authority or jurisdiction to remove animals or investigate criminal wrong-doing. It is always best to call the appropriate law enforcement agency for the quickest response.