Humane Society of North Texas
Thirty-two donkeys, originally from North Texas and set for death at a Mexican slaughterhouse, are back home and safe.
After the plight of dozens of donkeys went viral, an animal lover steps in, secures homes for half the group and gets help from the Humane Society of North Texas to care for the remaining animals.
Volunteers are working to catch feral cats that have taken over a FW apartment complex.
A dog owner in Wood County has handed over 100 neglected dogs, apparently too overwhelmed to care for them. Now 38 of those dogs are in North Texas waiting to be adopted.
A pony, who is getting treatment for burns after shielding her foal in a barn fire, is still not out of the woods, but veterinarians are optimistic about her prognosis.
The DFW area is filled with many different places to find a sweet pet for your family. Here are five of the best pet rescue shelters available in the DFW area.
More than 200 animals seized from a Celina no kill animal shelter earlier this month are now clean, well fed and prepped for new lives. And it’s taken a tremendous effort to make it happen.
Rodney Tedder claims a rescue group has one of his lost Labradors but is refusing to release the dog to him.
It doesn’t look like it will be difficult to find homes for the nearly 100 puppies dumped on rural roads in Denton County earlier this week. Most of them will be ready for adoption in a few days.
Over the past week, 80 puppies have been dumped in Denton County, and the Humane Society of North Texas (HSNT) is offering a reward for information about whoever is doing it.
Another North Texas animal shelter is facing an overcrowding crisis and is asking for public’s help.
North Texas pets deserve safe, forever homes no matter the season, and area rescue organizations are out to save them all. Be a part of these wonderful organizations by picking your next puppy or kitten from one of these five great groups.