162 Network Partners found in TX

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

Dallas Companion Animal Project
Dallas, TX

The Dallas Companion Animal Project is a 501c3 non-profit organization created to implement THE PLAN conceived of by the City of Dallas official Task Force to end the killing of all healthy, adoptable animals in our community. During the last fiscal year more than 23,000 dogs and cats were euthanized in our community because there were not enough homes.

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Dallas DogRRR
Allen, TX

Dallas DogRRR is a group of dedicated, animal-loving volunteers who support the abandoned dogs of Dallas, Texas, by collecting supplies, paying vet bills, locating foster families, facilitating adoptions, and advocating for a more hopeful future. We are often seen even in the trenches of SE Dallas searching for and rescuing forgotten dogs.

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Dallas Pets Alive logo
Dallas, TX

We promote and provide the resources, education & programs needed to eliminate the killing of companion animals -- by implementing innovative and progressive programs in Dallas after studying the best practices of other cities (most notably Austin, Texas). We are currently focused on helping the healthy & treatable pets who are at risk of being killed at Dallas Animal Services, by rescuing the pets that are at the greatest risk.


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DFW Labrador Retriever
Plano, TX

The Dallas Fort Worth Labrador Retriever Rescue Club, Inc. (DFWLRRC) is dedicated to alleviating the needless death and suffering of homeless or misplaced (lost and stray) purebred Labrador Retrievers in Dallas/Fort Worth. We will provide education about responsible dog ownership, including, but not limited to, counseling on behavior/obedience training, sterilization (spay/neuter) and veterinary care. Visit dfwlabrescue.org

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Day of the Dogs
Cypress, TX

Day of the Dogs is a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to increasing the live release rate of homeless animals in shelters.   Our focus is on adoption and rescue group support.  At this time we choose to focus our efforts on the Harris County Animal Shelter in Houston, TX.  We utilize social media to market and network animals in need.  We also transport dogs monthly to vetted rescue partners and no kill shelters in other states.

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DFW Rescue Me
Dallas, TX

DFW Rescue Me is 501 © 3 all volunteer organization whose goal is to reduce the number of animals euthanized in Dallas, Texas. This goal is possible by spaying / neutering, adoption programs and educating about responsible pet ownership. DFW Rescue Me is also committed to the welfare and protection of animals in our community.

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Dogs of Hilltown
Aubrey, TX

Dogs of Hilltown is committed to reducing the street dog population by providing community outreach programs and adoption support to abandoned and unloved dogs.

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Don't forget to feed me logo
Fort Worth, TX
The mission of Don’t Forget to Feed Me (DF2FM) is to supply pet food to local agencies in support of pet owners. By providing pet food for those in need during challenging financial times, we offer an option to surrendering – or worse, abandoning – a family pet. Don’t Forget to Feed Me helps to ensure that no pet owner ever has to choose between stay…or go. Go to website
Duck Team 6
Richardson, TX

The mission of Duck Team 6 is to reduce the street dog population through Capture, Placement, and Outreach. We assist people in the local Dallas area to catch elusive dogs that have been breeding and suffering on the streets for a long time.

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Dust Bowl Animal Rescue
Midland, TX

We are dedicated to rescuing homeless and abandoned animals, including dogs, cats, and livestock, from high-kill shelters and owners who can no longer care for them. By working with committed volunteers, foster homes, local veterinarians and amazing sponsors, our goal is to be able to rescue animals, provide them with loving temporary care, and find them well-matched, carefully screened forever homes.

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El Paso Great Dane Rescue
El Paso, TX

Our rescue was established in 2003, since then we have focused mainly on the rescue and adoption of Great Danes and other giant breed canines in and around the El Paso area. Through our adoption process we ensure the dogs that come in to our rescue will be placed in homes that understand the breed and the responsibility that comes along with owning a giant breed dog.

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Ellis County SPCA
Waxahachie, TX
The Ellis County SPCA opened to the public in August 2004. We are a private non-profit 501(c) (3) organization and are located in Waxahachie, Texas. We are not affiliated with any other SPCA or the ASPCA of New York. Our success depends on the support of donors, volunteers, and animal housing contracts with the City of Ennis and the Ellis County Sheriff's office. Due to the extreme number of animals brought in by animal control, we are unable to be a no kill shelter. Due to an increase in population in Ellis county, there is also an overpopulation of animals. A group of concerned citizens has formed the Ellis County Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (EC-SPCA) in an effort to increase adoptions of these animals, to educate our community about the importance of spaying and neutering, to provide information on proper animal care including kindness towards animals, and to help build a modern animal care center. The Ellis County SPCA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) was founded in April 2003 by a group of volunteers from the community who saw the need to: •Increase adoptions of unwanted animals by offering them a second chance for life in a loving home; •Foster public sentiment of humanity and gentleness toward animals, and; •Encourage and promote responsible pet ownership by increasing spay/neuters. Go to website