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About This Shelter. The Alvin Animal Adoption Center is a division of the Alvin Police Department.
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The Alvin Animal Adoption Center is a division of the Alvin Police Department. We employ three full-time Animal Control Officers, three full-time Kennel Techs, and one Shelter Manager - each of our employees is compassionate toward animals and love helping our pets find their forever home! We also have amazing volunteers and sponsors who make such a huge difference for our pets and our staff.
Alvin Animal Shelter
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The City of Alvin Humane Department is one of the myriad programs that comes under the direction of the Alvin Police Department. The Alvin Animal Control Shelter facility is located at 550 W. SH 6 in Alvin. The Shelter has been a part of our organization since 1992. The facility is currently staffed with three full time and one part time humane officer. Alvin Animal Shelter
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The Alvin Animal Adoption Center is a division of the Alvin Police Department and lead by Shelter Manager Autumn M. Miller. We have three full-time Humane Officers - Corporal Tonya Douglas, Officer Joani Moore, and Officer Camielle Lachapelle; and three Kennel Technicians - Brittney Moore, Ashley Clague, and Keith Villaloboz.If you are interested in becoming a pet owner, please stop by our animal shelter and visit with our humane officers. They will be able to assist you with any questions or concerns you may have. City of Alvin Animal ControlThe Alvin Animal Adoption Center has been blessed with several wonderful people of all ages who volunteer - we love and appreciate them all! We also appreciate all the kind people who donate to the shelter - we cannot thank you enough.Another reason why police think more people are dumping animals in Manvel and Alvin is because many animal shelters are full and sometimes turn people away. If you recognize patches the pit bull, please contact the Manvel Police Department.In another room of the Alvin Animal Shelter, another story of abandonment. Several puppies were huddled by an adoptive Chihuahua who had two puppies of her own. The puppies were found in a basket yesterday at an apartment complex dumpster.The Kiwanis Club of Alvin presented the Alvin Police Department animal shelter with a livestock trailer Feb. 20. Those at the presentation were, from left to right, Capt. Chad Fontenot, Chief Robert Lee, Cpl. Tonya Douglas, Matt Glaves, Officer Heidi Hunting, Assistant Fire Marshal Kristine Schaffner, Officer Daisy Gardner, Sandra Curtner, Officer Ruben Salano, Vick Clark and Chris Peters. The check of $6,380 reflects the value of the trailer.WEST VALLEY CITY, Utah -- Police are hoping the public can help them find a woman who stole a dog from an animal shelter by stuffing Alvin the chihuahua under a blanket and slipping out of the facility.