Featured Cats

Oliver - Domestic Short Hair [Mix]

Domestic Short Hair [Mix]

Date of Birth: 03/04/2018

Large • Adult • Male

Featured Dogs

Sherman - Shepherd / Boxer [Mix]

Shepherd / Boxer [Mix]

Date of Birth: 11/2014

Medium • Young • Male


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New Tethering Law
Tuesday, 22 July 2008

Amended Section 7.3.1 of the City of Dallas animal ordinance is now in effect. It prohibits tethering of dogs except in specific instances (see below). The ordinance specifies the following:

  • Requires that no dog be tethered unless it is in the immediate possession and control of its owner. An exception will be made if the dog is properly tethered for a period no longer than necessary for the owner to complete a temporary task.
  • If and when a dog is tethered it must be tethered in a manner that does not allow the dog to leave the owner’s premises; does not allow the dog to become entangled; and allows the dog access to food, water and appropriate shelter.
Save Jenny Rally!
Thursday, 10 July 2008

Many must attend if we are to influence the Zoo to do the right thing for Elephant Jenny. Jenny needs every person who cares about her to come!

What: Save Jenny Peaceful, Family-Friendly Rally & Press Conference
When: Sunday, July 27, 1 P.M. to 2 P.M.
Where: Lawn at the front entrance of Dallas Zoo (by the Giraffe Statue) 650 South R.L. Thornton Fwy, Dallas, Texas 75203
Note: Posters & Save Jenny! stickers provided by Concerned Citizens for Jenny
Parking: Available in exterior/front Zoo parking lot
Contact: Margaret at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or (972)-578-0370
New Dallas Pet Ordinances Approved!
Thursday, 26 June 2008

The Dallas City council approved the new pet ordinances June 25, 2008 in an overwhelming 10-3 vote. In summary, the new ordinances are as follows:

  • Establishment of a fee of $70 per animal for breeders to obtain permits. This is a decrease from the originally proposed $500 fee;
  • A limit of six cats and/or dogs to one household, those living on more than a half of acre are allowed a combination of eight. However, those owning more pets may appeal to the city to be allowed to keep their pets without penalty;
M&J Save the Dogs Does Dallas!
Tuesday, 24 June 2008

The folks at ZooToo teamed up with The Morning Show with Mike and Juliet, featured on KDFW, Fox 4. The show is running a TV Segment "ZooToo to the Rescue." Their 'Save the Dogs' appeal will feature the dogs from select shelters across the country.


Dog & Kitty City was the Dallas shelter selected and our little stars Chiara, Campbell, Biko, Brie and Cashew headed for the Big Apple. They flew to New York and were guests of the show -- 5-star pet hotel, beauty parlor/grooming salon and other star treatment prior to their television debut.


The show aired on Friday, June 20th at 10:00 a.m. on KDFW, Fox 4. You can watch the two parts of the show on their website: part 1 and part 2.

Dallas City Spay/Neuter Ordinance
Wednesday, 04 June 2008

Please Sign this Petition!

Each year, 27,000 dogs and cats are needlessly killed in Dallas city shelters due to overpopulation. In response, the Animal Shelter Commission is proposing a mandatory spay/neuter - breeder registration ordinance. Click here for up-to-the-minute information on this ordinance and click here to sign the petition. The petition is only at 1,500 and we need 10,000 signatures by June 19th, so we need your help! Thanks in advance.

Dog & Kitty City: A [NEW] Highland Park Tradition!
Tuesday, 30 October 2007

Last fall, Highland Park High School Freshman Leadership Teacher Marilyn Morgan invited Dog & Kitty City to address eight classes at the school. Last month, Volunteer Coordinator Felicia Kalish and Board Member Andy Steingasser visited the school again and discussed HSDC's mission to provide a second chance to homeless animals.

AmeriCorps Lends Us a Hand
Thursday, 20 September 2007

North Texas AmeriCorps programs came together to host a hands-on service project on Thursday, September 21, 9am-1pm, at the Humane Society of Dallas County shelter, Dog & Kitty City, 2719 Manor Way, Dallas, TX 75235. Members took a pledge of service together during the swearing in ceremony and then served side by side to advance the Humane Society's current renovation plans.


The groups included were AmeriCorps, Habitat for Humanity, HIPPY, Dallas YMCA and Dallas Red Cross.

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