Pet Adoption and Shelter Resources in North Texas

Frisco Humane Society

Frisco Humane Society

http://www.friscohumanesociety.com/

Frisco Humane Society is a non-profit 501(c)3, all volunteer organization committed to the welfare of homeless animals in Frisco and the DFW metroplex. We do not have a shelter. All of the animals we rescue are cared for in volunteer foster homes until they can be placed in permanent homes. FHS provides all necessary medical care for each animal including vaccinations, microchipping (dogs and cats), deworming, heartworm test and treatment if necessary, feline leukemia test, spay or neuter before adoption.

Collin County Humane Society

Collin County Humane Society

http://www.collincountyhumanesociety.org/

We are a rescue group in the North Dallas area. Our team is dedicated to helping dogs who are unwanted, abandoned, or lost. We focus on finding these loyal souls proper care and loving forever homes. If you are interested in fostering, volunteering, or donating please contact us immediately. The more help we receive, the more lives we can save!

Collin County Animal Shelter

Collin County Animal Shelter

www.collincountytx.gov/

Collin County Animal Shelter will shelter all lost/stray pets for all areas that the Collin County Animal Services handle which include: all unincorperated areas of Collin County as well as the cities of Celina, Prosper, Princeton, Fairview, New Hope, Melissa, Lavon, Nevada and Blue Ridge. We will also be doing the housing/sheltering for the animal control agencies of McKinney, Frisco, Anna and Farmersville

Plano Animal Services

Plano Animal Shelter

www.plano.gov/

We have many wonderful animals that are available for adoption here at the City of Plano Animal Shelter. All of these animals were either given up to us by their previous owner or have become the property of the City due to no owner claiming them after the required holding period.

Petfinder.com

PetFinder.com

www.petfinder.com

The temporary home of 261,948 adoptable pets from 11,421 adoption groups. The pet adoption experience at different types of shelters can be vastly different, so take the time to visit the home page of your local groups to see which you might enjoy working with most…

Southwest English Setter Rescue

Southwest English Setter Rescue

www.swesr.org/

SWESR is dedicated to rescuing abandoned and neglected English Setters throughout the Southwest United States. We rehabilitate English Setters by providing full medical care and behavior assessments in a foster home in order to prepare them for adoption.

Paws in the City

Paws in the City

www.pawsinthecity.org/

Paws In The City is an all-volunteer nonprofit 501(c) 3 organization committed to ending the abuse, neglect and overpopulation of Dallas area dogs and cats. Our goal is that every adoptable dog and cat get a loving home. By providing money for spay/neuter and increasing the adoption rate, we take the first step in making Dallas a no kill city.

Italian Grey Hound Rescue

Italian Greyhound Rescue

www.imakenews.com/igcarescue/

IGCA Rescue is a club sponsored re-homing service provided for Italian Greyhounds that have been abandoned at animal shelters, taken from abusive homes or surrendered to Rescue due to the death or divorce of the former owner. Occasionally, dogs are turned over to Rescue because the owner can no longer keep the dog and the dog was acquired from a source to which it cannot be returned.

Cat Matchers dallas cat adoption service

Dallas Cat Rescue

www.catmatchers.org/

Dallas Cat Rescue, dba ‘Cat Matchers’ is an all-volunteer 501c3 organization dedicated to reducing the number of homeless animals. We will accomplish this by supporting spay/neuter programs that reduce the number of animals that are euthanized or left homeless each year.

Legacy Boxer Rescue

Save the Boxers

www.savetheboxers.com/

Save the Boxers – Legacy Boxer Rescue is a Federally Recognized 501(c)(3) Non Profit Organization, all donations are 100% tax deductible. We are not only funded 100% by our volunteers. Volunteers with jobs, families and their own boxers, but also 100% from the generosity of others.

Feral Friends Community Alliance

Feral Friends

www.feralfriends.org/

Feral Friends was founded in 1998, incorporated in the state of Texas in 1999, and granted 501(c)3 status in 2000. The group was founded to provide assistance to forgotten cats that are rarely seen or thought of and yet need our help just as much as any creature in need. Feral Friends is governed by a seven member Board of Directors and is completely run by volunteers.