Address: 5359 Leonard Road Bryan, TX 77807 View Map
Phone: (979) 775-5755

Information for Moms

Crystal Galny speaks with Kelli Graves from Aggieland Humane Society about fostering animals. Learn more about fostering a dog or cat to get them on their way to their forever home.(Full Story)
Bailey Teter with Aggieland Humane Society visits with Crystal Galny on their gift wrapping fundraiser at Barns and Noble in College Station. All the money donated will help pay for the animal shelter’s programs.(Full Story)
Haley Jennings talks to Judy LeJunes with Aggieland Humane Society about Wiener Fest, coming up on October 23rd and 24th. Events include a 5K Run, Costume Contest and dog races. (Full Story)
Kelli Graves tells Haley Jennings about the importance of tagging your pet through the current county you live in. Not only is it the law, but it helps get lost pet home safe to owners, provides trauma support up to $500.00 for lost injured and tagged pets and a ride to the vet should they need to be looked at. (Full Story)
Haley Jennings speaks with Michael Gonzales, Sales Operations Manager of Sterling Subaru, about the Free Adoptions Event taking place on September 26th and November 21st at Sterling Subaru in College Station. Over 20 pets will be available to adopt as well as refreshments. (Full Story)
Cats make a perfect family pet and the Aggieland Humane Society is ready to help your family pick out the perfect one for you!(Full Story)
Crystal Galny visits Aggieland Humane Society to meet some dogs available for adoption. (Full Story)
It’s common that pets come to Aggieland Humane Society needing medical care before they can be put up for adoption. Learn how you can help!(Full Story)
Mark your calendars for October 4th for Wienerfest!(Full Story)
Does your child love animals? Aggieland Humane Society has opportunities for them all summer long!(Full Story)
Crystal Galny speaks with Kathy Bice about a giving program known as Adopt a Kennel. Donors get to adopt a particular kennel and will receive letters and updates from the pets in that kennel.(Full Story)
Adopt a cat month is in June! There will be different specials throughout the month of June for cat and kitten adoptions.(Full Story)
Want to keep up-to-date with Aggieland Humane Society? Karla Castillo talks to Hannah Maltry with AHS about their newsletter and social media sites.(Full Story)
Karla Castillo talks to Telisa Koros with Aggieland Humane Society about the Purrfect Pageant.(Full Story)
Karla Castillo talks to Kathy Bice with Aggieland Humane Society about the different types of pets available for adoption. (Full Story)
Karla Castillo talks to Kathy Bice with Aggieland Humane Society about different options for the community to donate to the organization. (Full Story)
Karla Castillo talks to Kathy Bice with Aggieland Humane Society about Brazos County Tags for your pets.(Full Story)
Crystal Galny talks to Kathy Bice and Janice Morey at the Aggieland Humane Society about puppy and kitten season and how to help those animals.(Full Story)
Kathy Bice with the Aggieland Humane Society tells us how to get involved to donate to the shelter, volunteer to help with animals, and to adopt a new family pet.(Full Story)
Kathy Bice with the Aggieland Humane Society talks about what exactly the Aggieland Humane Society does.(Full Story)
Kathy Bice talks about what to do if your pet goes missing or if you find a missing pet.(Full Story)
Kathy Bice talks about how to get your children involved with helping out at the animal shelter.(Full Story)

Aggieland Humane Society FAQ

Q: How can my children volunteer at Aggieland Humane?
  • 18 Years or Older – This age group is free to volunteer (without consent). All interested must attend an orientation prior to volunteering.
  • 16 – 17 Years Old – This age group is permitted to volunteer with guardian consent. The volunteer and guardian must both be present at the orientation. Once the orientation is complete the volunteer may complete hours without the guardian’s supervision.
  • 9 – 15 Years – This age group is permitted to volunteer at the shelter if a guardian present. The guardian and volunteer must attend an orientation prior to volunteering and all hours complete must be with the guardian present.

    • Call 979-775-5755 or e-mail for more information.

Q: What do I do if I have found a pet?
If you live in College Station or Brazos County , please call the Aggieland Humane Society at the Leonard Road location at 979-775-5755.

If you live in the City of Bryan, please call the Bryan Animal Center at the Finfeather Road location at 979-209-5260.

Even if you have to turn the animal in to the shelter, please take time to get the word out regarding it’s plight. Your ad or post can say it is in the shelter or have them contact you for details. Also, so that you can be certain the owners are truly the pet’s folks, do not publicize all information. Be able to ask for specifically identifying information.

Call 979-775-5755 or e-mail for more information.

Q: My dog is a family member. How can I make them a celebrity?
Bark Leaders is a new fundraiser where your dog campaigns to become an Aggieland Humane Society celebrity. To win a position, your dog must raise more money for the shelter than the other contestants because he or she wants to be the biggest supporter. The top three fundraising dogs will be named Bark Leaders for the 2012-2013 year. Go to: to register.

Q: What do I do if I have lost a pet?
Post signs at intersections within a 2 mile area of where pet was lost. In addition, post signs at grocery stores, community centers, pet stores, veterinary offices, churches and apartment complex laundromats. If possible have photo on the signs and fliers. Visit and file a lost pet report with Aggieland Humane Society and call your Animal Control officers. Call 979-775-5755 or e-mail for more information.