Our mission is to serve homeless, needy companion animals in the Dallas- Ft. Worth metroplex and surrounding communities. We accomplish this through rescue, rehabilitation, and permanent placement in suitable homes; while striving to reduce their numbers through public education. Achievement of our mission depends on honoring, valuing, and supporting the efforts and contributions of our volunteers, donors and adopters.
Coppell Humane Society's greatest need each year is donations to help cover the cost of veterinary services for the animals in our care. Every animal in our program is vaccinated, spay/neutered and microchipped. Dogs are tested for heartworms and cats are tested for feline leukemia and feline aids before they are adopted. More often than not, medical conditions, such as kennel cough, heartworms, ringworm, broken legs or mange exist that must be taken care of before an animal may be adopted. In 2016, our adoption fees only covered 47% of our medical expenses. We rely on donations to cover the remaining cost of veterinary care as well as the cost of food, microchips, and other supplies.
Since we are a foster home organization, we are always in need of foster homes, so that we can rescue more animals.
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