Programs and Services

Surrendering a Pet

Since we're a no-kill shelter, our ability to accept a pet is determined by how much hospital space we have at that time. Learn more about our intake procedures click here.

Volunteer

From caring for dogs & cats to providing support at off-site events, volunteers of all ages make a real difference at ADL. Families, retirees, teens, social groups – everyone is welcome! Learn more on ways you can volunteer your time.

Foster Volunteer

Our foster program is key to the success of saving as many furry lives as we can. Moving animals into foster homes not only makes their lives better, it also saves the lives of those who take their place. Learn more about our foster program.

Spay and Neuter Services

Besides controlling the pet population, spay/neuter is one of the easiest ways to ensure that your pet has a healthy, happy, and longer life. Our spay and neuter services are available to the public by appointment only. For the cost, appointments, and other resources, visit this link.

Pet Wellness Clinic | Low-Income Vaccinations

We are committed to helping all of our pet parents keep their pets healthy year-round. The Animal Defense League offers a Pet Wellness Clinic on a first come, first served basis and as time allows on every Saturday from 10:30 am - Noon. For pricing and information, please click here.

Dog Training

The Animal Defense League advocates the use of positive reinforcement pet-training methods for puppies and dogs. We are committed to showing dog owners how loving, not harsh training methods results in a happier and safer pet. Our certified dog trainer is ready to teach your dog basic obedience and strengthen the bond between you and your pet. Find out more information or reserve your spot now!

Humane Education

The Animal Defense League of Texas is committed to educating the community about being responsible pet owners and proper pet care. We encourage any school to schedule a humane education program with the Animal Defense League of Texas.Book a presentation

Seniors for Seniors

The Seniors for Seniors program places senior cats and dogs (typically over 7 years of age) with senior citizens who are 60 years of age or older, allowing participants to discover the joys of having a cat or dog in their lives. Click here to see animals that qualify.

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