162 Network Partners found in TX

Based on your search criteria, these are the groups found working to achieve No More Homeless Pets.

BF Network Partner 172H
Keller, TX

AANT's intent and purpose is to prevent animal cruelty and neglect, reduce the euthanasia rate of healthy animals in shelters and promote spay and neuter programs to reduce the number of homeless animals.

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Animal Defense League of Texas
San Antonio, TX

Chartered in 1934, the Animal Defense League is a non-profit organization that is a true no-kill shelter for abandoned, abused, or neglected dogs and cats in our custody. Our mission is to enhance their quality of life by providing food, shelter, safety, compassion, attention, and any needed medical care, including spaying, neutering, and microchipping. While maintaining a healthy and loving facility, ADL continually works to find the best possible home for each resident animal. 

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Animal Preservation of ET
Mineola, TX

APET SPCA is a duly certified 501© (3) non-profit Texas corporation and has relied on private funding for operating its animal care and rescue mission. In 2007, APET SPCA received state funding for its low cost spay and neuter program. Local government funds from Wood County Commissioners, the cities of Hawkins, Winnsboro and Yantis, TX provide support to APET SPCA low cost animal programs, Animal Center and future expansions.

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Animal Trustees of Austin
Austin, TX

Animal Trustees of Austin operates a low-cost, clinically excellent clinic providing affordable veterinary services, including spay/neuter surgery, core vaccinations, testing and prevention for common diseases and parasites, treatment for heartworm disease, and specialized surgeries.

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Arlington Animal Services logo
Arlington, TX

The Arlington Animal Services Center (ASC) adoption program is open to anyone wishing to adopt a pet. Please visit the ASC or view available animals online at www.petango.com/arlingtonanimals

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BF Network Partner 172H
Austin, TX

To provide public service and a safety net for lost and homeless animals in the community by providing necessary food, water, shelter and standard municipal veterinary care for animals in need. To provide placement services that will assist lost, homeless or sheltered animals to their homes or find new homes when necessary, to provide live outcomes for at least 90% of sheltered animals.

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Austin Dog Rescue
Manchaca, TX

Our mission is to end the cycle of homeless animals by saving dogs from Central Texas shelters that have no hope of a better life, encouraging our community to spay and neuter their pets, and provide education and resources to help pets live a long and healthy life. Austin Dog Rescue is an all-volunteer foster home based 501c3 non-profit.

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Austin Pets Alive
Austin, TX

Austin Pets Alive! (APA!) is dedicated to making Austin, Texas, a no-kill city. It promotes and provides the resources, education and programs that will make this goal happen.

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BARC Animal Shelter Houston
Houston, TX

BARC is Houston's municipal animal shelter. Our mission is to promote humane animal care and protect Public Health and Safety in the City of Houston, including shelter, pet placement, ownership, education and enforcement. Critical to our mission is excellence in everything we do.

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Bastrop Animal Rescue
Bastrop, TX

Bastrop Animal Rescue, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization whose mission is to improve the lives and end the killing of companion animals in our community. We have been actively involved in the community since 2009.

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Best Friends for Life logo
Laredo, TX
To improve the lives of cats and reduce their breeding in our community through spay and neuter; Educate the public about overpopulation of strays and raising awareness of animal cruelty and neglect. Go to website
Brownsville Spay Neuter
Olmito, TX

Brownsville Spay & Neuter (BSN) is a nonprofit high quality, low cost S/N clinic dedicated to ending pet overpopulation in south Texas. BSN is working to accomplish this through a long-term S/N campaign, in addition to assisting the community with responsible pet ownership. BSN partners with local shelters to ensure that all animals are adopted out already altered, and also provides low-cost preventative pet care to the public.

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