O’dopt your lucky charm! Adopt an adult dog March 1-17 at the SPCA of Texas’ Dallas Animal Care Center, Ellis County Animal Care Center, and foster for $17!
THE Myron K. Martin Clinic is open for spay and neuter surgeries for dogs and cats. Make an appointment today.
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Volunteer and make every day special for the animals in our shelters. Give your time and heart based on your schedule and interests.
Home for the Holidays, in its 32nd year at NorthPark Center, showcases unique pet homes, designed and created by the American Institute of Architects Dallas (AIA) and TEXO, The Construction Association, Nov 17 -Dec 4. As well as adoptable pets, Nov 25 – Dec 23 from 12-6 p.m.
By fostering an animal in your home, you can prepare a homeless animal to be paired with a loving forever family. Change the life of an animal with a little extra TLC today.
Love animals? We’ve got a volunteer job for you, whether it’s working directly with animals, working behind the scenes or helping out at our next special event.
Our Animal Cruelty Investigations Unit helped more than 1,400 animals last year. If you see an animal suffering in your neighborhood, speak up and help put a stop to cruelty and neglect.
Throughout North Texas, 20% of pet families are struggling to provide basic needs for their pets. SPCA of Texas is teaming up with CUDDLY and many local groups to help get loving pet owners the supplies and vaccinations they need for their pets during these challenging times.
Get your pets the routine vaccinations they need to stay happy and healthy!
Join the SPCA of Texas from December 1st-11th, during Bissell Empty the Shelters! Adoptions are $25 for adult dogs and adult cats, at our Jan Rees-Jones Animal Care Center, and Ellis County Animal Care Center.
Our clinics deliver affordable and accessible basic veterinary services at discounted rates thanks to the generosity of our donors and sponsors. Book your pet’s appointment today.
Be part of helping our community’s most vulnerable animals and keeping pets in loving homes.
Adopting a homeless animal will change their lives and yours in rich, meaningful ways.
Ready to meet your new best friend? Visit our adoption portal to meet dogs, cats, horses and other animals waiting for a forever home.
ABOUT DAPHNE: Hi, I'm Daphne. If I could have any career, it would probably be as a doggy model. Everyone oohs and ahhs over my gorgeous red coat, beautiful amber eyes, adorable pink nose, and stoic expression. I was rescued from a cruelty case in October of 2019 and was SO SHY at first, but have made great strides and make progress in little ways every day. COPY/PASTE this link into your browser to see more cute photos/videos of Daphne: https://bit.ly/2UDlOrfFOSTER TESTIMONIAL: "Daphne is so low maintenance and she is gentle and sweet. We haven't had any issues with accidents inside and she gets along great with my dogs!" She also reported that I do well when left alone. LIKES: My favorite treats are canned chicken and hot dogs! I enjoy looking out the window and watching the world go by, but my favorite thing to do is play with other dogs.IDEAL HOME: I need a calm and quiet environment and require a home with a securely fenced yard. Walking on leash in the neighborhood still makes me nervous. Please bring everyone in the household to meet me. DOGS: Absolutely yes! Having another friendly dog in the home is a requirement. I get along with calm, independent dogs, but I really love playing with puppies. APPOINTMENT TYPE: Scheduled. I'm in a foster home, so please fill out an application to meet me!We also have Seniors for Seniors - If you are 65 or older and adopt a dog or cat over the age of 7 years, the adoption is free!
About Me: Hi! My name is Winston and my wish is to find my furever family and be your furever bestfriend! I'm a goofy guy who loves to lay in the sun, chew on antlers, and I'm always on squirrel patrol. After playing in the backyard with my foster sisters, I love nothing more than curling up on a warm blanket or next to you on the couch. I am a shy boy when I first meet new people, but once I warm up to you, I will want to play with you and for you to pet me all the time! I am house-trained and crate-trained. I just need a loving family to take a chance on me and with some patience they will soon see all the love I have to give them! Foster Testimonial: "When Winston first came into my home, he was very shy and timid. He would not walk on a leash or jump into my car, and would only leave his crate to go outside. But with patience and lots of treats, Winston has flourished into the sweetest dog with the most soulful eyes. Now he will spend nearly all day out of his crate and will seek out attention from me and play time from his foster sisters. He is better at walking on a leash and improving every day. He will jump into the car, and he is growing his confidence daily. He gets so excited when he sees someone he knows. He will get happy feet, wiggle his whole body, and run up to them and lean against their legs so they will pet him." LIKES: chewing on bones and deer antlers, laying in the sun, patrolling the yard for squirrels, playing with his foster sisters, warm blankets, being brushed, and lots of pets. KIDS: Since I am a shy boy, I would do best in a home with older children, 12+. DOGS: YES PLEASE! I would love another playful, confident doggy sibling, big or small. Please bring your dog to meet me! CATS: sure, my foster mom has 3 and I just ignore them.COPY/PASTE this URL to see more cute photos of me: https://bit.ly/2OHgdgrAPPOINTMENT TYPE: I am in a foster home so fill out an application to meet me!Current Special - Dogs over 6 months are only $25 to adopt!
Meet Kitten, the handsome senior cat with a serious love for food! Now, don't let his name fool you. Kitten may sound small and delicate, but he's a big boy with a big appetite. He's not picky either, he'll devour just about anything you put in front of him (as long as it's suitable for his diabetic diet, of course).Speaking of his diabetes, Kitten may need a little extra TLC in that department. But don't worry, he's a pro at taking his medication and monitoring his blood sugar levels- his friends at the SPCA will show you how easy his care is, so don't be intimidated! And when it comes to mealtime, he'll remind you with a cute little meow that it's time to chow down.We also have Seniors for Seniors - If you are 65 or older and adopt a dog or cat over the age of 7 years, the adoption is free!APPOINTMENT TYPE: Schedule - I am in a foster home so please fill out an application to meet me!
Hello, I'm Tanner Rose! Once upon a time, I was a magical guardian of the Whispering Woods. Oh, the adventures I had, romping through the mystical glades, solving riddles, and protecting forest critters. But one day, the woods vanished, and I found myself here. I'm sweet, funny, and smart, with a playful energy that belies my senior status. I'm independent, but I love a good cuddle and am fiercely loyal to those I love. I must confess, I prefer to be the only dog in the home. I'm eager to share my loyalty, love, and magical tales with a new family. Adopt me, and let's create our own enchanting story together.. Copy and paste this URL into your favorite browser to see more cute photos/videos: https://bit.ly/34uzJBdAPPOINTMENT TYPE: I am in a foster home right now, so please schedule an appointment to meet me!We also have Seniors for Seniors - If you are 65 or older and adopt a dog or cat over the age of 7 years, the adoption is free!
Won't you take a Chance on me? I'm the goofiest and most lovable pup you'll ever meet. I'm always up for a run in the sun, especially if it involves my favorite stuffed toys, but when I've tired myself out, there's nothing I love more than curling up on my human friends' laps for some well-deserved cuddles. Who says I'm too big to be a lap dog?! I am a staff and volunteer favorite!FOSTER TESTIMONIAL: "Chance is a great dog! He is house-trained and quiet in his crate when we need him to go there. He takes his medications easily. and takes treats nicely. If we are up for a game, he is too. If we're feeling lazy and want to hang out and watch movies and cuddle, he's ready to pull out the blankets and lounge with us.""Chance would do best in a quiet home with a secure fenced backyard. He would definitely love having another dog to play with, and help him learn the household routine. He would love to hang out in his home and yard with his people. We are working at introducing him to new experiences--such as the wooded hike we did yesterday. He loved it --this is something we wouldn't have been able to do with him a few weeks ago but over time he is trusting us more and he was able to embrace the experience. His family will need to show him patience and go slowly with him so he builds trust and confidence."Copy/Paste the following link to your browser to view more photos/videos of me: https://bit.ly/3xr5t88APPOINTMENT TYPE: I am in a foster home so fill out an application to meet me!Current Special - Dogs over 6 months are only $25 to adopt!
ABOUT ME: Hi I'm Elliot! I came to the SPCA of Texas through a hoarding case but now I am starting to realize that some people are actually super fun to be around! I've learned so much while being in my foster home, like how to go potty outside and how to play with other dogs! I think I could be someone's perfect little buddy if they give me the love and patience I need to open up!DREAM HOME: I would thrive in a home with a yard and other confident dogs to show me the ropes. I also would do best without any young kids around as they can be scary. FOSTER TESTIMONIAL: "He's improved so much and has built a lot of confidence. I'll call him to come inside and he'll listen. He also enjoys treats and his chew toys. He doesn't really play with toys though but he'll play with one of my dogs. He will also go to the living room to lay down or hang out without me being there so he's also gained some independence"SPECIAL NOTE: I am available for Foster-To-Adopt so the SPCA can support my transition into my forever home!APPOINTMENT TYPE: I am in a foster home so please fill out an application to meet me!
Hello I'm Tamara. I'm a beautiful sleek black mini-panther pair-bonded with my sister Tia (A49434443). We are very pretty girls who are looking for my purr-fect home! We are definitely a little bit shy. All we need is a little bit of patience and love, and we can learn to not only trust people, but also become your best friends! We have lived in foster care before so we will be more comfortable in a home rather than the shelter. We need a quiet and calm home where we can take our time to learn how to live alongside people. Our new family should be very cat savvy and have an understanding of cat body language and behavior. We love to be affectionate, but we need to be the ones who starts the interaction.Kids: We have never been around children so we would probably do better in a home with children 15+.We are pair bonded and must go home together but have been living with roommates at the shelter and we would be fine having another feline friend (or two) already in the home.Come and meet us any day from 12PM-6PM at 2400 Lonestar Dr.
Hi there, I'm Tia. I'm a gorgeous grey and white kitty pair-bonded with my sister Tamara (A49434448). We are very pretty girls who are looking for my purr-fect home! We are definitely a little bit shy. All we need is a little bit of patience and love, and we can learn to not only trust people, but also become your best friends! We have lived in foster care before so we will be more comfortable in a home rather than the shelter. We need a quiet and calm home where we can take our time to learn how to live alongside people. Our new family should be very cat savvy and have an understanding of cat body language and behavior. We love to be affectionate, but we need to be the ones who starts the interaction.Kids: We have never been around children so we would probably do better in a home with children 15+.We are pair bonded and must go home together but have been living with roommates at the shelter and we would be fine having another feline friend (or two) already in the home.Come and meet us any day from 12PM-6PM at 2400 Lonestar Dr.
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