You can help save animals when you donate during North Texas Giving Day! Donate to the SPCA of Texas on September 22nd or make your gift early, beginning September 1st. Your support can help give animals the second chance they deserve.
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.
Founded in 1938, SPCA of Texas is the most comprehensive and longest-serving animal welfare agency in North Texas. Our mission is to provide every animal exceptional care and a loving home.
We are local and supported by North Texans. All money donated to the SPCA of Texas stays in North Texas to help our local community.
We are an independent nonprofit and do not receive general operating funds from the City of Dallas, State of Texas, federal government or any national humane organization.
We never euthanize animals for time or space, only as an end-of-the road option to prevent long-term hardship and suffering. We have a 96% live release rate.
Our Animal Cruelty Investigations Unit serves the North Texas community by investigating thousands of reports of animal cruelty each year, including abuse, neglect, hoarding, commercial breeding, animal fighting and more. We work hand-in-hand with local law enforcement and animal control agencies, assisting with the rescue and care of animals that suffer from cruelty or neglect.
We provide rescued and stray animals the life-saving care and rehabilitation services they need, plus affordable, high-quality care for pets. We bring wellness and spay/neuter services to the communities where they are needed most, with free services through our Southern Dallas Initiative , two mobile wellness vehicles and two full-service clinics.
Each year, thousands of pets find their fur-ever homes through foster and adoption programs at SPCA of Texas. Potential adopters can meet pets at shelters in Dallas and Ellis counties, at mobile adoption events and at select PetSmart locations.
The SPCA of Texas’ Russell H. Perry Pet Resource Center provides temporary support to pet owners in the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex who are experiencing financial hardship and are at risk of having to surrender their pets.