How to Adopt a Pet in Plano

Are you looking to adopt a new pet in Plano? Did you know that Plano has its very own Animal Shelter? This is a great resource for you to find the best pet for your family.  Here’s how you can adopt a pet in Plano and more about the Plano Animal Shelter.

Plano Animal Shelter: 

4028 West Plano Parkway

Plano, Texas 75093

972-769-4360
Adoption Center Hours
Tuesday-Friday 9 am – 6 pm
Saturday-Sunday 10 am – 4 pm
Closed on Monday
What they have: Dogs and cats of every breed. Sometimes they get rabbits, ferrets, and birds.

Adoption fees include the following services:

  • Spay/neuter surgery
  • First set of vaccinations (including rabies)
  • Heartworm test for dogs (if over six months of age)
  • Heartworm treatment if the dog tests positive
  • Microchip implantation and registration
  • Collar and tags
  • Other goodies

All of these above would cost several hundred dollars at a vet. You can save money and save a life by adopting at the Plano Animal Shelter!

Are you ready to adopt? You can use this Pet Finder to help you find the perfect addition to your home.

Ready to rescue a pet and save a life? Here are some of the most suggested rescue groups:

  • DFW Lab Rescue
  • Legacy Boxer Rescue
  • Life Matters Animal Rescue
  • Take Me Home Pet Rescue
  • Legacy Humane Society
  • Paws of Love Animal Rescue
  • Dallas Pets Alive
  • Texas Husky Rescue
  • Heaven Can Wait Animal Rescue
  • DRW Pup Patrol
  •  Dallas Australian Shepherd and Herding Dog Rescue

Have you used any of these rescue groups? Tells us about it in the comments!

Once you get your new sweet dog, be sure and visit the Dog Park at Jack Carter Park!

Shannon

Shannon is Mommy to 2 kids, Wife, and Teacher. She was born and raised in Plano. After graduating from Baylor (sic' em!!) she returned to Plano to teach. With two young kids attending Plano Schools, she is a true Plano Mom (and a soccer Mom!!). She loves writing about parenting topics and fun events for kids around town.

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2 comments
Doreen Simonian says July 16, 2017

Thx for posting this. I’ve adopted several dogs over the years, have fostered some and also volunteered at local rescues. There are so many wonderful pets in need of loving homes. This is a cause near and dear to my heart. I also have great respect for Lone Star Rescue. My niece got a wonderful dog from them and I’ve helped them out here and there during events. Great group of people!

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    PlanoMoms says July 16, 2017

    Thank you so much for the lovely comment, Doreen!

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