ALL AMERICAN DOGS
12860 Tischler Road,
Pilot Point, TX 76258
8 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday –Friday
ABOUT ALL AMERICAN DOGS
All American Dogs was founded in 2007 on the principles of customer service, safety, integrity, animal welfare and common sense. Located in Pilot Point, All American Dogs has a high success rate in returning lost animals to their homes. All animals are held for a minimum of 5 days before being placed for adoption.
All American Dogs will respond to routine service calls between 8 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday –Friday. All American Dogs will respond to emergency service calls after hours and on weekends. Routine service calls include collection of stray animals or deceased animals. Emergency service calls include response to injured domestic animals when the owner is unknown, domestic animal bites to a human when the owner is unknown and response to aggressive or dangerous animals. Recently Found Animals Pictures and descriptions of recently found animals can be viewed at All American Dogs Facebook page or call 972–382–3674.
Residents are not currently required to register pets with the city. The city and All–American Dogs encourage residents to keep pet identification tags, microchip information and vaccinations current.
OTHER ANIMAL CONCERNS
Report loose livestock such as cows, horses or goats to the Rockwall County Sheriff’s non-emergency number at 972-204-7001.
All American Dogs does not respond to calls concerning wild animals. For concerns regarding wild animals such as orphaned bunnies, skunks or squirrels, residents may call DFW Wildlife Coalition at 972-234-9453 or visit the website.
COYOTES AND BOBCATS
These animals are common in McLendon-Chisholm and throughout Rockwall County. A sighting is not generally cause for concern. Residents are encouraged to watch small animals while outside especially during the early morning and evening hours to keep domestic small animals safe from predators. Additional information on urban coyotes may be found at Texas Department of Parks and Wildlife website.
Snakes are also common in the area. Most are harmless but there are venomous snakes in the area including Cottonmouths and Copperheads. Information on venomous snakes in Texas may be found at the Texas Parks and Wildlife website.