Clear The Shelters, NBCUniversal’s annual nationwide pet adoption and donation campaign, returns for its eighth consecutive year. $25 adoption fees for adult dogs and adult cats until August 31!
The Mary Spencer Clinic is open for spay and neuter surgeries for dogs and cats. Make an appointment today.
Save lives today with a gift that will go straight to work protecting and caring for animals throughout North Texas.
Volunteer and make every day special for the animals in our shelters. Give your time and heart based on your schedule and interests.
If your pet is lost, check the animals currently at the SPCA of Texas and resources available in North Texas to reunite you with your fur baby. Find an animal? We’ve got ways you can get help for them too.
For lost pets outside of unincorporated Dallas County or in Ellis County, please contact the agency within the municipality that you found or lost the pet. Here’s a listing of DFW-area animal control websites to check.
Many cats roaming in your neighborhood may have an owner. Other cats may not have an owner but are supported by caring neighbors.
We’ve put together several helpful resources on what to do if you find kittens in your neighborhood.
Report it to the SPCA of Texas and/or your local animal control agency. Go through the proper channels so law enforcement can take action.
Remain calm. If the animal is not seriously injured, take them to the nearest vet clinic or animal control agency. If gravely injured, reach out to your local animal control for help.
Check for I.D. or rabies vaccination tags. If you can’t find owner contact info, take the pet to a vet or animal control agency to scan for a microchip.
You can also file a report with the local animal control about the animal you’ve found to help owners find their missing furry family member.