159 Network Partners found in TX

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

Central Texas Dachshund
Austin, TX

As a 100% all-volunteer group, Central Texas Dachshund Rescue rescues, rehabilitates and rehomes dachshunds in need of a second chance at life.

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Central Texas Feline Rescue
Round Rock, TX

Central Texas Feline Rescue is a non-profit group formed in Round Rock, Texas in 2008. Our organization provides TNR. We feed approximately 13 feral colonies in Round Rock and nearby areas.

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City of El Paso - Animal Services
El Paso, TX

To compassionately provide for the health, safety and welfare of El Paso companion animals in our care and to advocate for animals in the community through education, community partnerships, and responsible pet ownership.

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City of Fort Worth ACC
Fort Worth, TX
Provide compassionate care to the animals while in the city's care, to find the best homes possible for all of our shelter pets and to provide resources on responsible pet ownership. We save as many lives as possible through our shelter and Petsmart adoptions, as well as our new foster program, and our involvement with the rescue community. Go to website
City of San Antonio Animal Services
San Antonio, TX

Animal Care Services is a municipal animal shelter whose mission it is to encourage responsible pet ownership by promoting and protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the residents and animals of Bexar County through education, enforcement, and community partnership. Innovation in animal sheltering is a priority for the department.

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Cleburne Animal Services
Cleburne, TX

Cleburne Animal Services is a municipal animal services and animal shelter facility. Our mission is to provide a service to the City of Cleburne residents, promote pet adoption and responsible pet ownership through education that promotes spaying and neutering.

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Coalition for the Prevention of Animal Cruelty
Crockett, TX

Establish Promote compassion, understanding and respect for all animals’ trough provision and education. Advocate improvement and necessary change in the state of Texas Animal Abuse laws trough public and legislative awareness.

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cocker spaniel rescue of austin
Austin, TX

Cocker Spaniel Rescue of Austin is an all volunteer 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that works to find permanent, loving homes for homeless cocker spaniels in the Central Texas area.

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Corridor Rescue
Houston, TX
Corridor Rescue Inc. is an all-breed, no-kill, 501(c)(3) non-profit animal rescue organization with primary emphasis on rescuing dogs from the Corridor of Cruelty in Houston, TX. This is an area (about a mile strip of road) just east of I-59 off Little York - apparently the dividing line for the county and city animal controls. Veer off to the left or right along any point and see the same everywhere - abandoned and starving dogs, ...
 
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County Roads Rescue
Jacksonville, TX

We are an organization who focuses on the rescuing, vetting and re-homing of the abandoned and forgotten animals in Cherokee County, Texas. We also rescue animals from shelters in the surrounding areas of East Texas when there are no other options available. We provide the care for these animals to give them the best chances at a successful adoption and a happy, healthy life.

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Cuz I Matter Animal Rescue
Pflugerville, TX

Ensure all animals - abandoned, injured or distressed have the right to live

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Dallas Animal Services
Dallas, TX

Dallas Animal Services is the only open admission shelter in the City of Dallas. We provide for the care of over 600 animals daily at our shelter, located at 1818 N Westmoreland Rd in Dallas. We have the largest selection of adoptable animals in the City of Dallas and work hard to provide our community with the resources they need to preserve the human animal bond.

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