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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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Ft. Worth Animal Rescue Shelter

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.

Currently In Rehab

Featured Pets

Three Medical Rehab Kitties

Three Medical Rehab Kitties

We have three new medical rehab kitties: Legs, who needs a hind limb amputation; Bayou, who has a broken pelvis; and Squeaks, who has a traumatic brain injury. We are going to give these kitties medical care to get them ready for a forever home. Donate here to support...

Update on Milo – The Resilient Amputee Cattle Dog

Update on Milo – The Resilient Amputee Cattle Dog

Milo, now an amputee, came to us back in September with a badly broken leg and a bone infection. He just recently made it back to us from the hospital after recovering from his amputation... dogs are great examples of resilience in the face of adversity, and Milo is...

Blind Senior Dog Rescue

Blind Senior Dog Rescue

This handsome blind senior dog came to us from Fort Worth Animal Care and Control. We will be making an appointment with the eye specialist for him! Once those adorable eyes have been checked out, he will be ready for his forever home! You can donate here to support...

The Dog Who Went Bald from Demodectic Mange

The Dog Who Went Bald from Demodectic Mange

This baby came from Fort Worth Animal Care and Control and has demodectic mange so bad he’s almost completely bald! Demodectic mange is caused by a cigar-shaped mite called Demodex canis. These mites are typically a normal and harmless part of the skin flora of dogs....

Enzo and Elena – Two Pups Rescued From Animal Cruelty

Enzo and Elena – Two Pups Rescued From Animal Cruelty

Enzo and Elena were rescued from animal cruelty. They were cruelty seizures at Fort Worth Animal Care and Control. They were both heartworm positive, underweight, and had skin issues. Despite what they've been through, they are very sweet! Once recovered, they will be...

Brutus – The Heartworm Positive Stray

Brutus – The Heartworm Positive Stray

Brutus came to us from Forest Hill Animal Control. We were surprised that no one reclaimed him after he showed up there as a stray. However, he needed heartworm treatment, so it all worked out for the best! Donate here to help with Brutus' recovery. Animal Hope...

Gustav – The Dog With an Embedded Collar and Tetanus

Gustav – The Dog With an Embedded Collar and Tetanus

Gustav came into Fort Worth Animal Care and Control with an embedded collar and injuries to his neck. He developed tetanus which is causing his muscles to be rigid from the bacterial toxin. Even though his muscles can hardly move, he still wags his tail when he hears...

One-Eyed Heeler Puppy

One-Eyed Heeler Puppy

This one-eyed heeler puppy came to Fort Worth Animal Control as a stray needing her eye removed after being attacked by another dog. We are doing everything we can to give her a second chance at a wonderful life! Donate here to support her recovery. View our adoptable...

Milo – The Dog with a Broken Femur

Milo – The Dog with a Broken Femur

Milo the dog has a broken femur and possible bone infection. We got a call from someone wanting to surrender a three-month-old heeler puppy with a broken leg.Although Milo is not 3 months old or a heeler he definitely has a broken leg and is in dire need of medical...

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

$2 Helps Change Lives

We couldn’t do what we do without your generous support. Donate to help support animal rescue.

Adopt A Rescue Animal

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