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♥ We are finding loving homes for our rescued dogs and cats! ♥See our Dog and Cat Adoption Process in 2022
Welcome to Lost Paws Rescue of TexasLost Paws Rescue of Texas serves North Texas in Dallas, Tarrant, Collin and Denton counties. Our mission is to prevent animal suffering, animal cruelty and to help educate the public about spaying and neutering their pets as well - as responsible pet ownership.
Since 2005, we have helped over 8000 homeless dogs and cats in the Dallas-Fort Worth area find permanent, loving forever homes. We have dog and cat adoptions weekly.
Donate Dog and Cat Adoption Events
Pet Care Advice
Pet Care Advice
Our volunteers and staff will give advice on how to care for your new friend with recommendations on food, supplies, toys and other items.
Through our partnerships, Lost Paws Rescue of Texas has Recommendations for finding a veterinary clinic for your new pets.
Dog and Cat Adoptions
All of our animals are up-to-date on vaccinations and necessary medical care when they are placed for adoption. Adoptions in DFW Every Weekend.
At Lost Paws Rescue of Texas, we realize one of the most important aspects of any successful adoption is pairing the pet with the right forever home.
8000+ Dogs & Cats
Saved and Adopted
100+ Adoption Events
35 Dogs Rescued from Unlivable Conditions
Lost Paws Rescue of Texas Fosters 10 Dogs from SeizureIn mid-August, Lost Paws Rescue of Texas came to the aid of our West Texas rescue friends when an animal rescue seizure was made at a hoarder home in Randall County.
Lost Paws Rescue of Texas agreed to take 10 dogs, 3 of whom were known to be pregnant.
Lost Paws Rescue of Texas Reviews
Lost Paws Rescue of Texas was great to work with
I adopted Lucy about 2 yrs ago and she has been wonderful. She is an overachieving goofball all the time. She gets along with the other dogs and was housebroken from the start. Lost Paws Rescue of Texas was great to work with and made the process seamless. I recommend them to anyone looking to bring a new furry family member home.
Lucyistoocute, April 7, 2021
What a wonderful group of people!
What a wonderful group of people! God bless you for finding homes for all those sweet animals that would otherwise be put down. We heard about an event and adopted a precious little terrier. We are in love with her. She will be a great companion to our son who needed something to take care of besides himself. Thanks Lost Paws!
Bea L, May 6, 2019
I Highly Recommend Lost Paws if you’re looking for a pet
We adopted our new “Forever Family” member on Saturday, February 10. The staff made up of volunteers are obvious pet lovers themselves. They are knowledgeable of each animal and obviously care for them deeply. It’s a wonderful organization that gives lost or given up animals a new chance at life. I highly recommend them if you’re looking for a pet. We fell in love with our Mini right away!
Laura S, February 13, 2018
It was a Wonderful Experience
Both of our little girls have come from Lost Paws Rescue of Texas and all in all, it was a wonderful experience. You can tell the volunteers really love the animals and desire to find them a great home. It is also clear that this rescue group takes in some of the most at-risk animals saving them from very poor circumstances. They are easy to work with and know that your “adoption fee” is really a donation to all that they do for these animals. I highly recommend saving a pet from this group!
Kirsten B, April 6, 2018
Lost Paws is great!
Lost Paws is great! I rescued a cute, little black cat to join our family. I named him Bisel which is Yiddish for little – so cute! The volunteers are friendly and knowledgeable and the cats are healthy and well taken care of. Thanks Lost Paws!
Jennifer M., July 2, 2018
The volunteers at Lost Paws are very committed to finding compatible homes for each dog
I adopted my adorable 2 1/2 year old Maltese from Lost Paws of Texas. I named him Kodie and he is a wonderful companion to my older Maltese, Katrina. He has added so much to our lives. I believe the volunteers at Lost Paws are very committed to good animal care, and finding compatible homes for each dog. I couldn’t be happier with my Kodie boy!!
Veda V, March 3, 2018
We Cannot Say Enough Good About Their Organization
“We have personally adopted five cats from Lost Paws and we cannot say enough good about their organization. Each cat we have rescued has been loving, social and a welcomed addition to the family. We will definitely be part of the Lost Paws ‘family’ for the rest of our lives!”
Jeff & Beth K.
An Organization Who Loves Every Pet They Shelter
“Attention!!!!! If you are new to the area and looking for an organization who loves every pet they shelter, you found it!!!”
Adoptions Every Week - Locations in DFW
Pet Care Advice for Your New Dog ~ Lost Paws Rescue of Texas
Congratulations on Your Dog Adoption! Welcome to a New Family Member … Now What? Adopted Dog FAQs - Lost Paws Rescue of Texas Below, questions … [Read More...] about Adopted Dog FAQs – Lost Paws Rescue of Texas
Congratulations on Your Dog Adoption! Welcome to a New Family Member ... Now What? New Dog Supply List Now that you’ve adopted a new dog - be … [Read More...] about Dog Supply List for Newly Adopted Dogs
Lost Paws Rescue of Texas – Happy Adopters
♥ Oliver finds LOVE ♥ Oliver left a really bad situation in South Texas. He was a very nervous little guy not trusting humans as they had … [Read More...] about Lost Paws Rescue of Texas Happy Adopters – Oliver
♥ Harry in His New Forever Home ♥ Our sweet Harry (left, aka Kincaid) one year later. :) He is a wonderful dog and he is living a wonderful … [Read More...] about Lost Paws of Texas Happy Adopters – Harry
♥ Claire Bear in Her New Forever Home ♥ Hi! Thought you would want to hear an update on our little angel. This baby is the sweetest little baby … [Read More...] about Lost Paws of Texas Happy Adopters – Claire Bear
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