Thank you for visiting us online. Please come see us in person at one of our Adopt-A-Pet Locations.

Pet Connection is an all volunteer Non-Profit Animal Rescue Group. Our mission is to find homes for animals that otherwise would be euthanized, while educating the public about the importance of spaying and neutering all pets. We operate as a foster group, keeping the animals we have available for adoption in foster homes until they can be permanently placed. We do not have a shelter or kennel facility to house adoptable animals. In 2004 we placed 159 number of animals in their forever homes.

Pet Connection has many animals in foster care and we support the needs of our fosters (food, grooming, medical care) entirely through donations. Please visit our Fundraising Fundraising page if you would like to help support us in these efforts. As an all volunteer group, we are always looking for caring and interested people willing to lend a hand during our adoptions. If you're interested please check out our Volunteers page.

If you are looking for a new member of your family, please check our Available Pets page. If you are interested in adopting one of our foster animals, our Preadoption Information sheet can be completed and submitted online for your convenience. As our fosters live in our homes, the information you provide allows us to help make sure that the animal your are interested in will be a good fit for your home and family.

Sid was wandering in the street on a very busy road in Fort Worth. He was pacing back and forth across the street, and had stopped traffic in both directions. A Pet Connection volunteer saw his dangerous predicament and stopped to pick him up. He was so grateful to see a friendly face, he jumped right into the car and sat quietly.

Sid is a two year old Siberian Husky. Playful and active, Sid needs a family that can keep up with his non-stop style. He is crate trained and wants to find another dog to play with. He needs a canine companion that understands his desire to be active and playful and that is matched in size and energy level.

DSH, Black and White, Female, DOB March 2006

Little Ladybug has a broken leg :-( We don't know how this happened. She was turned in to a veterinarians clinic to be euthanized. When the staff saw how sweet she is they asked for a rescue group to assist in giving her a place to recover and help adopt her out to a safe, loving home. Once we met her we couldn't say 'no' either! Ladybug is feisty and VERY playful so will need someone who can commit to interacting and playing with her on a regular basis, even as she grows to adulthood. She still is in 'recovery' mode and has to be confined until her leg heals so won't be available to go to her new home until on or after June 10th at the earliest. This date could be extended depending on how well the fracture heals.