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Donate to the Organization 

Animal Allies of Texas medically treats and temporarily houses over 500 homeless and abandoned animals each year - could you help us?


Were only as powerful as the donations and assistance we receive! All of the animals in our program get quality medical care including vaccines, spay/neuter, microchip, heartworm testing and treatment. Additional medical treatments are assessed and administered as needed. 

As a 501c3 organization, we rely on our volunteer workforce and charitable contributions. 

There are a variety of ways to assist which outside of monetary donations:

  • Crates, cages, pens (all sizes)

  • Litter boxes & Litter

  • Dog and cat toys

  • Cat climbers

  • Dog and Cat collars

  • Dog leashes

  • Heartworm preventative for Dogs

  • Washable Dog and Cat beds

  • Flea prevention for Dogs and Cats

  • Humane animal traps

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The Saving Grace Fund

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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 within a few days because of the severe infection causing uncontrollable seizures.

This fund is dedicated in her memory for animals who have no one who is able to care for them. Our Board of Directors decides on a case-by-case basis of how the funds are distributed. To date, funds have been used to help treat puppies from a shelter for parvo, to help with hospital costs for a dog whose owner was on a very limited income, and for a badly injured cat who showed up on someone’s doorstep at night, crying for help.

If you would like to donate to our “Saving Grace Fund” donations can be sent through PayPal or checks mailed to P.O. Box 496385, Garland, TX, 75049-6385. 

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