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So you're looking for a new pet? Well, you're looking in the right place! Here at the Weatherford Parker County Animal Shelter, we have a lot of great pets. The only hard part is picking which one(s) you want to take home!

 All adoptions from the our Shelter will include:
  • Spay or Neuter 
  • Microchip 
  • Rabies vaccination 
  • Other core vaccinations 
When considering adoption, it is important to consider the type of pet that would best fit your family and lifestyle. Please consider reading the AVMA's Responsible Ownership guidelines first.

View our Adoptable Pets

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Note About Adoptable Pets 

  • Please do not be discouraged if you see an animal on the website and learn that he/she has already been adopted. We are happy that he/she found a new home! There may be another one you will like just as much! 

  • We are unable to guarantee that specific animals shown will still be available. 

  • Please remember new animals become available for adoption everyday so please visit regularly until you find your perfect pet!

  • We are unable to hold animals by phone, fax or email. All adoptions are first come, first serve. 

Fees and Guidelines

The current fee schedule was adopted by the Weatherford City Council and became effective October 10, 2017.

Additional Information 

You may visit the shelter in person at 403 Hickory Lane or call 817-598-4111 to inquire about any animal. We know your time is valuable. 


Mission

Our mission is to be the model for both rural and urban shelters; we reunite, rescue, shelter and secure permanent homes for adoptable companion animals and livestock; we support a healthy and responsible pet community as well as advocate for responsible pet ownership; we fight the pet overpopulation problem; and we protect the community by managing the epidemiological risks and enforcing the laws and ordinances pertaining to the animals.

Core Values

  • Believes every animal deserves to have its “Five Freedoms”:  Freedom from Hunger and Thirst; Freedom from Discomfort; Freedom from Pain, Injury, and Disease; Freedom to express Normal Behavior; and Freedom from Fear and Distress.
  • Actively working with the community and region to foster safe, healthy, and caring relationships between people and animals in our community.
  • Aggressively working towards eliminating animal cruelty and animal overpopulation.
  • Oversees the enforcement of animal related city, state, and federal codes.  Responds to animal control calls for service, prevents bites when possible, and conducts investigations.