Pet Help Center

The SPCA of Texas’ Pet Resource Center is designed to support pet owners who are at risk of having to surrender their pets. The Pet Resource Center team works to provide alternatives to surrender and resources that may help owners keep their pets in their homes and out of local streets and shelters. If you are struggling with your pet for any reason (including needing behavioral, medical, or temporary housing assistance) and need assistance or have other questions, we may be able to help.  

Please fill out the form below and a Pet Resource Center representative will contact you within 2 business days. You may also visit our Pet Resource Center daily from 12-5 p.m. at the Jan Rees-Jones Animal Care Center located at 2400 Lone Star Drive, Dallas, TX 75212 (at I-30 and Hampton).

For more information, email us at helpmypet@spca.org

Please complete the following form and select submit.
Name  *
Reason for contacting us  *
Are you 18 years or older?
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Address  *
City  *
State  *
Zip Code  *
Email Address  *
Phone Number  *
Have you contacted the SPCA of Texas in the past?
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If yes, when did you contact the SPCA of Texas?
Pet Name  *
Pet Age  *
Is your pet spayed or neutered?
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Gender
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Where did you get your pet?  *
How long have you owned your pet?  *
Breed  *
Does your dog or cat have any health or behavior concerns?  *
Has your pet bitten anyone in the last 10 days?
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If so, what happened?
Have you contacted your local animal shelter?
Previous visits to a veterinarian

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