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Currently there are 47 websites listed for Texas.

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http://www.adifferentbreed.org/A Different Breed Animal Rescue

A Different Breed Animal Rescue

A Different Breed primarily rescues dogs from the DFW area 'kill' shelters, along with taking in dogs from puppy mill raids and accepting breeder releases. We have a passion for rehabilitating the animals in our care, both physically and emotionally, and then finding them their perfect forever homes. Our rescue group cares for dogs in individual foster homes, as well as at our dog sanctuary.

Address: 11700 Preston Road #660,PMB 335
Dallas, TX 75230
Phone: (972) 896-6313
http://www.anewdawnpetadoption.org/A New Dawn Pet Adoption Center

A New Dawn Pet Adoption Center

A New Dawn Pet Adoption Center was formed to help the city shelter with the increasing problem of overcrowding. We are a NO-Kill, limited intake center, staffed solely by volunteers. Our goal is to provide a safe and loving home-like environment until a 'forever home' can be found. At A New Dawn Pet Adoption Center our dogs have their own suites complete with a bed, toys, and blanket.

Address: 2O2 W. San Augustine
Deer Park, TX 77536
Phone: (281) 904-0280
http://aartomball.org/Abandoned Animal Rescue

Abandoned Animal Rescue

Abandoned Animal Rescue is a no-kill animal shelter and low-cost spay/neuter clinic, located in Tomball, Texas. Our mission is to end the unnecessary euthanasia of helpless animals and to place them in permanent homes for the duration of their lives.

Address: 419 East Hufsmith Road
Tomball, TX 77375
Phone: (281) 290-0121
http://adltexas.org/Animal Defense League of Texas

Animal Defense League of Texas

Chartered in 1934, the Animal Defense League is a true no-kill shelter for abandoned, abused, or neglected dogs and cats. Our mission is to enhance the quality of life for these animals by providing needed medical care, including spaying and neutering. Food, shelter, and safety are also provided - along with compassion and attention. While maintaining a healthy and loving facility, ADL consistently works to find the best possible home for each resident animal.

Address: 11300 Nacogdoches Rd
San Antonio, TX 78217
Phone: (210) 655-1481
http://www.arlep.org/Animal Rescue League of El Paso

Animal Rescue League of El Paso

Animal Rescue League of El Paso (ARL) is a No Kill shelter. Founded in 1995, we serve El Paso County and Southern New Mexico. ARL focuses on rescuing homeless dogs/cats in our community who either find themselves on death row at Animal Control or on the streets as strays. ARL rescues, rehabilitates and places approximately 1200-1400 dogs/cats into loving homes a year.

Address: 7256 La Junta
Canutillo, TX 79835
Phone: (915) 877-5002
http://www.arfhouse.com/ARFhouse

ARFhouse

ARFhouse is a sanctuary for abandoned and abused dogs; we are their advocates, and if space is available, we accept any dog who doesn't have a home. At any time, we house and care for 350 dogs, which is what space allows. We spay or neuter all the dogs who arrive, and provide them with medical attention they need. The next step is re-homing the dogs, which takes time and effort.

Address: 3377 Spalding Rd.
Sherman, TX 75090
Phone: (903) 564-7056
http://www.austinhumanesociety.org/Austin Humane Society

Austin Humane Society

Serving our community since 1952, the Austin Humane Society (AHS) is the longest standing no-kill shelter in Austin. AHS transforms the lives of animals and the people who love them through life-saving programs that find animals homes, serve animals and people in times of crisis, prevent future homelessness though spay and neuter, and engage the community to be a part of the solution.

Address: 124 W. Anderson Lane
Austin, TX 78752
Phone: (512) 646-7387
http://www.austinpetsalive.org/Austin Pets Alive!

Austin Pets Alive!

Austin Pets Alive! is not your average animal shelter. We maintain comprehensive, innovative programs designed to save the animals most at risk for euthanasia. We are implementing innovative and progressive programs in Austin and Central Texas after studying the best practices of other cities who are no-kill or are in the process of becoming no-kill.

Address: 1156 West Cesar Chavez
Austin, TX 78703
Phone: (512) 961-6519
http://bulverdeareahumanesociety.com/Bulverde Area Humane Society

Bulverde Area Humane Society

Bulverde Area Humane Society provides a caring and secure environment for homeless and surrendered dogs and cats. Our purpose as a no-kill shelter is to assist in the pet life cycle through education, spay/neuter assistance, and promoting pet-forever families. For those animals caught in-between homes, we shelter, feed, water, clean-up, exercise and find the best homes we can.

Address: 3563 Kingsnake
Bulverde, TX 78163
Phone: (830) 980-2247
http://www.cinderella-pet-rescue.org/Cinderella Pet Rescue

Cinderella Pet Rescue

Cinderella Pet Rescue Inc. was established to help animals that have been abandoned, abused or neglected. We rescue, rehabilitate and prepare them to be adopted into responsible, loving homes. We are a NO KILL shelter located in Mission, Texas, and care for many animals while searching for the right home to match up with each pet.

Address: PO Box 533
Penitas, TX 78576
Phone: (956) 391-4399
http://www.mynewbestfriend.org/Converse Animal Shelter

Converse Animal Shelter

The Converse Animal Shelter (CASI) is one of only a few no-kill shelters serving the San Antonio area. We began in 1982, operating a humane facility for unwanted and abused animals in Converse Texas, working to place them in suitable homes throughout San Antonio. Since we are a no-kill shelter, we can only take in additional animals as others are adopted out.

Address: 9634 Schaefer Road
Converse, TX 78109
Phone: (210) 658-4821
http://www.ccprnokill.org/Coryell County Pet Rescue (CCPR)

Coryell County Pet Rescue (CCPR)

Coryell County Pet Rescue (CCPR) is a no-kill pet rescue dedicated to facilitating adoptions from pet owners to forever homes. We are a network of volunteers trying to help find lost animals and rehome abandoned, abused, or otherwise neglected pets as well as owner surrendered pets. It is our goal to save, fully vet, and rehome as many pets in Coryell County and surrounding areas as we can.

Address: 103 Whaley Ln.
Gatesville TX 76528
Phone: (254) 248-5002
http://www.dfwhumane.com/DFW Humane Society

DFW Humane Society

The DFW Humane Society is a no-kill shelter dedicated to giving homeless and unwanted pets a second chance in life through adoption. We house about 80-100 animals at any given time and take in strays and owner released pets from the DFW Metroplex. We rescue 30%-50% of our pets from City of Irving Animal Services as a part of the partnership with City of Irving.

Address: 4140 Valley View Lane
Irving, TX 75038
Phone: (972) 721-7788
http://dognkittycity.org/Dog & Kitty City of Dallas

Dog & Kitty City of Dallas

Dog & Kitty City is operated by the Humane Society of Dallas County. Our purpose is to provide a safe and healthy environment for the indigent, abused and neglected animals of Dallas. Our shelter provides a service in educating the Dallas community on responsible pet ownership. Dog & Kitty City has operated for over 30 years as a no kill animal shelter.

Address: 2719 Manor Way
Dallas, TX 75235
Phone: (214) 350-7387
http://elpo.org/East Lake Pet Orphanage (ELPO)

East Lake Pet Orphanage (ELPO)

East Lake Pet Orphanage (ELPO) is a team of veterinarians and animal advocates. We all love animals and it is very important to us that each of the orphans in our care has a second chance to find a permanent home. We do our best to ensure that all of our adoptees are healthy and well socialized, so you can concentrate on finding the ideal new addition to your family.

Address: 10101 E. Northwest Highway
Dallas, TX 75238
Phone: (214) 349-3576

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