FBCAS is working towards a uniting of humane organizations, rescue groups, other shelters, and veterinarians to one day end the practice of euthanasia of healthy and treatable animals. This will require not only a unified effort, but active support and funding for a variety of programs directed at reducing pet overpopulation including low-cost spay/neuter, adoptions, foster programs and widespread humane education as well as reducing the number of animals entering the shelter.Go to website
162 Network Partners found in TX
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Freedom Collie Rescue (FCR) was established to rescue and rehabilitate, physically and mentally, abandoned, abused or injured purebred Collies in need of forever homes in Texas and the surrounding states. Freedom Collie Rescue is based on these three qualities - compassion, honesty and dedication.Go to website
We save animals’ lives. We find creative ways to do it and are passionate about success at it. Animals are our primary clients and everything we do is based on what is in their best interest individually or as a group.Go to website
Friends of Arlington Animal Services is a 501(c)(3) non-profit acting independently of the Arlington Shelter, whose mission is to help increase the Live Release Rate at Arlington Animal Services and to see to the well being of homeless animals in our city. FAAS is committed to the homeless pets in Arlington and keeping them safe through promoting adoptions, marketing, encouraging volunteerism, supporting rescues.Go to website
It is our organization’s mission to come to the aid of homeless pets in Rowlett and the surrounding communities; create community awareness about the plight of these animals; educate the public about how they can improve the lives of homeless pets in Rowlett and surrounding communities; enrich the lives of the homeless pets while they are being sheltered in our community; and end the killing of homeless pets in our community.Go to website
The Galveston Island Humane Society, Inc. is solely dedicated to the cause and welfare of unwanted or homeless animals. This organization provides a temporary refuge for these animals, arranges placement in responsible homes, and provides community education toward the prevention of cruelty to animals and the instruction of humane pet care.Go to website
Georgetown Animal Outreach, (GAO) is a non-profit (501c3) volunteer group located in Georgetown, Texas. Our mission is to support and enhance the services provided by shelters located in Georgetown and other local organizations dedicated to the welfare of animals by: Raising awareness of local shelters through public education. Serving as advocates of animal welfare in the community.Go to website
Our mission is to rescue and provide a haven primarily for senior and special needs golden retrievers and golden mixes. Our sanctuary is designed as a home-like environment where, if not adopted, our dogs may live out their lives with love, care, and canine companionship. We are an all volunteer group of golden lovers with a special place in our hearts for the seniors.Go to website
We are a 501c3 Bully Breed Rescue in Houston Tx. Our mission is to rescue, rehabilitate, re-home and repeat because Every Dog Deserves A Good Lif3. Our dogs are saved from local high kill shelters as well as off the streets of Houston.
Formed by a group of people who share the same common love and compassion for bully breed type dogs, Our focus is to educate the public about these amazing dogs as well as the importance of spaying and neutering companion animals.
Grand Companions is a privately funded 501(c)3 dedicated to providing shelter and adoption services. We focus on getting to know the pets and our clients to make the best match possible. We strive to prepare animals to be successful pets. We call this unique design the “Sweet Suite Shelter© where pets are housed directly with staff, instead of in separate “dog runs.”Go to website
The Animal Control Division provides protection of the public health for all citizens in the community; promotes education to the public on humane treatment and care of all animals; and enforces the laws concerning all animals in a competent, courteous, and timely manner.Go to website