7817 S. Cooper Street Arlington, TX 76001 (817) 468-0444 Arlington  Humane Society
Adoptions
If we do not have a pet that you want you should check: 1. Your local city animal control shelter (call the city) 2. Other Humane Shelters - Dallas, Fort Worth etc 3. Dog Breed Clubs (rescue groups) Look-up by breed on the internet
The Arlington Humane Society is primarily an educational organization. We do not try to compete with tax funded municipal animal control agencies operated by the various cities within our service area. Our first priority is to try to help owners keep their pets. Towards this end we offer low cost veterinary services, FREE TRAINING, low cost spay/neuter referrals and many other things aimed at  “Retention vs. Surrender”. If it is impossible for the owner to keep the pet then we evaluate the pet based on it’s adopt ability. As we are a non killing society we do not take pets that are unadoptable. All the dogs in our shelter are healthy, fully obedience trained, spayed/neutered (if they are over 6 months old), and fully vaccinated. New owners are required to attend obedience classes after adopting. Potential adopters must demonstrate that they are going to be responsible pet owners and fully understand the moral, legal and financial responsibility of owning a pet.  
817-468-0444
Arlington Humane Society
7817 S. Cooper Street Arlington, TX 76001 (817) 468-0444 Arlington  Humane Society
Adoptions
The Arlington Humane Society is primarily an educational organization. We do not try to compete with tax funded municipal animal control agencies operated by the various cities within our service area. Our first priority is to try to help owners keep their pets. Towards this end we offer low cost veterinary services, FREE TRAINING, low cost spay/neuter referrals and many other things aimed at  “Retention vs. Surrender”. If it is impossible for the owner to keep the pet then we evaluate the pet based on it’s adopt ability. As we are a non killing society we do not take pets that are unadoptable. All the dogs in our shelter are healthy, fully obedience trained, spayed/neutered (if they are over 6 months old), and fully vaccinated. New owners are required to attend obedience classes after adopting. Potential adopters must demonstrate that they are going to be responsible pet owners and fully understand the moral, legal and financial responsibility of owning a pet.  
If we do not have a pet that you want you should check: 1. Your local city animal control shelter (call the city) 2. Other Humane Shelters - Dallas, Fort Worth etc 3. Dog Breed Clubs (rescue groups) Look-up by breed on the internet
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Arlington Humane Society