Taekwondo Break-a-Thon to Benefit AAT

Strickland’s Taekwondo is holding a break-a-thon with proceeds graciously being donated to help the animals of AAT. The $5.00 registration fee covers the cost of wood, raise funds to get wood for breaking! Help support the dedicated kids of Strickland’s, watch some fun wood breaking, and in turn help AAT help the voiceless. The event […]

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Animal Allies of Texas Store Front

AAT has a new home!

It’s official! The ribbon has been cut at our new storefront and we officially have a home! A lot of hard work went on behind the scenes to make this happen, with a huge shout out to Lou Ann for leading the charge. We will hold low cost vaccination clinics on the first Sunday and […]

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Low Cost Vaccination Clinics in April

AAT is happy to be holding two low cost vaccination clinics this month. This is a great chance to get your furry family member up to date on all their shots, including the city required rabies shot. We will also be offering micro-chipping for a low $20. Micro-chips are your best chance to be happily […]

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Animal Allies of Texas

Where to find us about town: Highland Village

Hi, my name is Tigger and I want to give ya’ll a Texas size howdy, and let ya’ll know that my AAT feline buddies are always hanging out at Highland Village Petco. We have great accommodations there, three large living spaces to run between, toys to play with, hammocks to nap in, and of course […]

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Saving Grace AAT 8.5x11 Flyer

The Saving Grace Fund

Grace was a young dog, probably used as a bait dog, who was dumped in a metal scrap yard. She was covered with bite wounds and emaciated. A Good Sam took her in to a veterinary hospital and donated money towards her care. Animal Allies of Texas took over her care. Sadly, Grace passed away […]

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Help Pappy the Lab

By Andrew Mach, NBC News A black Labrador Retriever that was found with a plastic jar stuck around his head and cuts to one of his paws is doing well after surgery, according to volunteers from a North Texas animal group. Rescuers suspect someone cut the animal’s paw so his blood would attract other dogs […]

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Adoption is a long term commitment

Adoption is the one and only option you should consider when bringing a new furry member into your family. However, adoption is not to be taken lightly. When adopting an animal you are making a long term commitment. Ask yourself the following questions: 1.Do I really want a dependent for the next 10-15 years? 2.Do […]

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Help us help them! It's EASY! It's FREE!

Help us help them! It’s EASY! It’s FREE!

[wp_connect_like_button href=”” send_button=”disabled” layout=”standard” width=”600″ show_faces=”enabled” verb=”like” colorscheme=”light” font=”arial” ref=”” /]Simply go to, search for and choose Animal Allies of Texas as the shelter you wish to adopt, then shop at your favorite sites. You will find stores that you already shop at including, and hundreds of others. There is NO cost […]

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Animal Allies of Texas rescues two chows

Ciao Chows: AAT to the rescue

All aboard!! “Tony’s Transport” geared up early Saturday morning to deliver Blackie & Tipper to a halfway meeting place on I-45, en route to Dallas. Tony & the girls were met by Garnell McMichael, who finished out the 2nd leg of their trip and safely delivered them to their foster home with Animal Allies of […]

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