Animals First Foundation of Texas
Dog adoption saves lives. Adopt a dog and you'll have a friend for life! Contact us, or contact another local humane society, animal shelter or SPCA.
391 East Las Colinas Boulevard
Ste. 130, #301
Irving, TX 75039
Pets at Our Rescue Group:
Cities, Towns, and/or Counties We Serve:Animals First Foundation of Texas is a 501c3 volunteer-run nonprofit charity dedicated to saving homeless and shelter animals and providing them with medical care, love, and socialization so they will be successful in their forever homes. , Federal ID#45-3345507
About Our Rescue Group:We are a foster-based 501c3 Nonprofit Animal Rescue. Our Federal ID# is 45-3345507.
Most of the animals in the care of Animals First Foundation were rescued from area kill shelters or from the streets where they are abandoned, mistreated and in dire need of help. ALL OF OUR RESCUED PETS are spayed/neutered, heart worm tested (and on preventative), microchipped, treated for parasites, and current on all vaccinations.
YOUR TAX-DEDUCTIBLE GIFT HELPS US CONTINUE TO SAVE LIVES AND PROVIDE FOR THE PETS IN OUR CARE! Our PayPal is email@example.com
Checks to AFFT, 391 E. Las Colinas Blvd, Suite 130 Box 301, Irving TX 75039
Thank you and we look forward to meeting you.
Come Meet our Pets:Petsmart, 2309 West Interstate 20 Grand Prairie, Texas 1st and 3rd Saturdays each month, from 1-4pm. Other locations as noted on our Facebook page, https://www.facebook.com/AnimalsFirstFoundationofTexas
Our Adoption Process:We do REQUIRE an adoption application to be completed. We verify personal/vet references and REQUIRE a home visit.
You MUST be 21 years of age or older to adopt from Animals First Foundation of Texas. Visit our website at afftx.org, under forms, to complete our convenient online application.
Adoption Fee is $160 for all dogs 5 months and older.
Adoption fee is $200 for puppies under 5 months of age not yet old enough to be altered and receive all their vaccines, including rabies. AFFT has a foster-to- adopt program. Foster-to-Adopt allows the puppy to be placed with their new family as a puppy but their adoption would not be formally completed and finalized until age 5 months, after their vaccinations are complete and they are altered. This way we can be sure that the early medical care, so important to her lifelong good health, isn't overlooked in the understandable excitement of adding a new puppy to the home.
All our rescues are current on their vaccinations, microchipped, spayed/neutered, and treated for any medical conditions they had at time of rescue.