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Animal Hope Adoptions

Nonprofit Animal Rescue Shelter

Giving adoptable animals in Ft. Worth

another chance to find their forever family.

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Animal Hope Adoptions

Animal Hope was founded to help “second chance” animals.

Companion animals with traumatic injuries, or in need of some behavioral correction that municipal shelters generally do not have the time or resources to place.

We provide the training or medical care they need before being placed in a forever home.

We rescue heartworm positive dogs, animals with traumatic injuries, and companions in need of some training or behavioral correction that municipal shelters generally do not have the time or resources to place.

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Featured Pets

Basher: Little Beauty Surrendered with Bladder Stones

Basher: Little Beauty Surrendered with Bladder Stones

This little girl, named Basher, was surrendered to us by a woman who said she couldn’t take care of her anymore. She didn’t give us any medical information, but Basher was wearing a diaper when she was surrendered indicating some urinary issues. Turns out that she had...

Little Dog with Infected Leg Wounds

Little Dog with Infected Leg Wounds

  This poor baby with infected leg wounds was surrendered to Fort Worth Animal Care and Control because the owners couldn’t afford medical treatment. The infected leg wounds are on both front legs and will require hospitalization for at least the next month, but we...

Edison: Deaf Dog Waiting 322 Days and Counting For a Home

Edison: Deaf Dog Waiting 322 Days and Counting For a Home

Today, May 3rd is National Specially-abled Pet Day. Animal Hope is a big fan of the underdog, the pets that get overlooked because they’re different, and so today we want to share a picture of a long-term resident named Edison.   Edison has been with us for 322 days...

Little Dog with an Abscess in Groin

Little Dog with an Abscess in Groin

This little dog with an abscess in his groin needing drainage came to us from Fort Worth Animal Care and Control. He is getting the care he needs to be ready for a new home.   Donate here to support this pup's care. View our available adoptable animals here. For more...

Missy: Senior Chi Seeking Home Post Mammary Tumor Removal

Missy: Senior Chi Seeking Home Post Mammary Tumor Removal

This sweet senior chi came to us last month as a stray with some mammary tumors. We didn’t post her in last month’s medical album because we thought the finders wanted to adopt her after we removed the mammary masses but that fell through.   We named her Missy and the...

Adopted As a Puppy, Returned With Bad Knees

Adopted As a Puppy, Returned With Bad Knees

This fellow was born at our facility and adopted from us as a puppy. He was returned because he has some hind limb lameness and the owners suspect he has a torn ACL. He is also overweight, which isn’t helping. He is a delightful dog and we are going to do what we can...

Golden Retriever Hit By A Car

Golden Retriever Hit By A Car

This beautiful golden retriever was brought to our partner hospital by a Good Samaritan after being hit by a car. Our partner hospital located the owners, who surrendered him for rehab and adoption. He has partial hind limb lameness and lacerations, and just got...

Doodlebug: Injured Leg So Bad His Foot Fell Off

Doodlebug: Injured Leg So Bad His Foot Fell Off

Doodlebug came to us from Fort Worth Animal Care and Control with a badly injured leg. So badly injured, in fact, that his foot fell off while our partner hospital was prepping him for amputation.  Photos of his injury before, during, and after surgery are below...

Starvin’ Marvin: Stray Labradoodle 30 Pounds Underweight

Starvin’ Marvin: Stray Labradoodle 30 Pounds Underweight

This labradoodle, who we named Starvin’ Marvin, came to us from Fort Worth Animal Care and Control as a stray. Starvin’ Marvin currently weighs 33 pounds (should be 60). We will be giving him the care he needs to reach a healthy weight so he can find his forever home....

Peggy Sue: Rescued Chihuahua Half Her Healthy Weight

Peggy Sue: Rescued Chihuahua Half Her Healthy Weight

This little rescued chihuahua, named Peggy Sue, came to us from Fort Worth Animal Care and Control as a stray. Peggy Sue weighs 3.5 pounds. Her healthy weight should be 6 pounds. We will be giving her the care she needs to be ready for a forever home.   Donate here to...

Services

What We Do

Rescue

Rescuing at-risk animals in the Tarrant County area

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Rehab

Medical interventions provided by Animal Hospital Southwest

ReHome

Helping second chance animals find forever their families

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All of our animals are spayed or neutered, fully vaccinated, and current on heartworm prevention.

FAQ

I Found a Stray Dog… Now What?

I Found a Stray Dog… Now What?

So you found a stray dog in DFW... but now what should you do? Often, we get contacted by well-meaning good Samaritans that say "I found a stray dog last month and can't keep it anymore."  Unfortunately, the reason many dogs end up in this situation is because good...