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.
By becoming a Foster Hero, you provide one animal with a comfortable, loving home while they await adoption, plus open a space at our shelter for another animal. We will supply everything you need to foster your new furry friend. You just bring the LOVE!
ABOUT ME: My name is Matty and I am a cutie pie who loves to play! I also walk great on a leash- don't you want to take me home with you? FOSTER TYPE: Healing and ComfortFOSTER REASON: I'd love a home who can foster me for a week or two and can bring me back to the shelter for surgery! I'd love for you to take me to mobile events until I am adopted as well. FOSTER LENGTH: At least a week or two until I get neutered and adopted! Foster Home Requirements: I am not picky! I just need a loving home who promises me snuggles!APPOINTMENT TYPE: Scheduled- fill out an online application to foster me
Sweet Mama Cass came in from a not-so-great situation. This loving lady is gentle, affectionate and easy-going. She takes treats gently and loves to sit by your side. Mama Cass will be undergoing heartworm treatment and would love to recover on a comfy couch in a foster home. You can't say no to this face can you?
ABOUT ME: My name is Sasso, but unlike my name implies, I am sweet as can be! I LOVE attention and will snuggle up next to your side for love. I came to the SPCA extremely emaciated, but now I am plump and ready to finish healing in a home with you and find my forever family! FOSTER TYPE: Healing and ComfortFOSTER REASON: I came to the SPCA extremely emaciated, but now I am a good weight and ready to continue healing. I am being treated for heartworms, so I will need a calm home to relax in due to being under exercise restriction while undergoing treatment. FOSTER LENGTH: Dates are not exact yet, but I will need a foster home until around the end of October.DREAM HOME: I am not picky! I just need a loving home who promises me snuggles!DOGS: Sure! While I haven't directly met any pups with the SPCA, I have sniffed them through the fence and had no problems! APPOINTMENT TYPE: Scheduled- fill out an online application to foster me
Give an animal a safe, loving home while they wait to be adopted. All adult dogs and cats are eligible to be Adoption Ambassadors! Adoption Ambassadors learn all about their foster animal and help our team match them with the perfect fur-ever home. Share photos and videos, promote your animal online and around town and tell potential adopters what you love about your foster pal. Average foster time: 2-3 weeks.
Some animals need a little extra TLC to prepare for adoption. Many of our pets come from Animal Cruelty Investigations, such as hoarding situations, neglect and abuse. With our support and guidance, you can help an animal learn about love, trust and good house manners, and you’ll be rewarded by watching them be transformed. Average foster time: 4 weeks to 3 months.
Bring an animal with medical needs into the comfort of your home to recover. The caring environment you provide reduces stress for animals who have been injured or ill, mothers and their litters or orphaned puppies and kittens. We provide you with the supplies, training and guidance, and you celebrate as your foster pet heals. Average foster time: 2 to 4 weeks.
When an animal is unadoptable due to a medical condition or life expectancy, your home can provide a peaceful, loving environment for their final weeks, months or years. We provide all your foster’s medical needs and support to keep them comfortable, and you will have the gratitude of a special animal as you help them across the Rainbow Bridge. Average foster time: 3 months to several years.
To get started as a Foster Hero, fill out our foster application. Then our staff will work with you to determine what type of foster pet best suits your lifestyle and can benefit from your special kind of TLC.
We provide you with all the supplies you need, including crates, treats, food, toys, potty pads, pet gates and more.
Our staff will also go over your foster pet’s unique needs and conditions, as well as resources, training and other support to make your foster journey a great experience. We offer boarding as well as foster sitters for our Foster Heroes, so that they can go out of town and resume fostering their pet when they return.
Once you are signed up as a foster for the SPCA of Texas, you will receive foster requests, a foster newsletter highlighting our successes and be invited to join our Foster Hero Facebook group. Our Foster Heroes can also browse the pets we currently have awaiting foster homes and request to foster a specific pet.
If at any time a Foster Hero is no longer able to foster a pet, we will coordinate with them to bring the pet back to our shelter.
Some of our Foster Heroes fall in love with their foster pets and choose to adopt them. We can help with that too. Some people call this a “foster fail,” but we know everyone involved is coming out winners!
Reach out to our Foster Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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