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Pets for Adoption
These special animals need a forever home!
Rescue groups are overrun with adorable dogs and cats who have been misplaced by their previous owners. Adopt one today!
Cody’s Friends Rescue is an all-breed rescue (from Poodles to Pits), focusing on dogs that urgently need our help. We are dedicated to Animal Rescue and Adoption. With over 1,600 dogs rescued, we ARE making a difference. https://www.codysfriendsrescue.com/
Dallas Animal Services' mission is to help Dallas be a safe, compassionate, and healthy place for people and animals. We work to control the loose animal population as well as increasing the positive outcomes for homeless animals in the city. http://dallascityhall.com/departments/dallas-animal-services/Pages/adoption.aspx
We LOVE Doodles! We see more and more of these adorable pups in the shelter, roaming the streets & surrendered by their families. It's our mission to place them in wonderful forever homes! We are located in Dallas we are currently only adopting around the DFW Metroplex. We are a 100% volunteer based organization. https://www.facebook.com/DoodleRockRescue/
Our goal and mission at the SPCA of Texas is to provide every animal exceptional care and a loving home.
We hope you’ll visit our adoptable pets online and then visit them in person at one of our locations. Our staff is ready to help you make a love match. We’re ready to help you find the pet of your dreams!
The Dallas Fort Worth Labrador Retriever Rescue Club, Inc. (DFWLRRC) is dedicated to alleviating the needless death and suffering of homeless or misplaced (lost and stray) purebred Labrador Retrievers in the Dallas Fort Worth area. http://www.dfwlabrescue.org/
Our goal is taking stray or abandoned dogs off the street before they end up in a shelter where they might be euthanized. By taking these dogs in our hopes are to not only place them quicker but also take a lot of the burden off the shelters so they can concentrate on becoming a true no kill shelter and focus more on real care for the dogs they have. http://www.dfwfgf.org/