Stray Savers is a team of compassionate people who for over 10 years has been rescuing, rehabilitating and returning home hundreds of strays collectively like the ones on this page. When we are called or come across a stray, after feeding we'll most often take them to the SPCA, PetSmart or DSA to be scanned for a microchip. If they do not have one, we post their photo on "LOST PET" sites such as PET HARBOR, PET LINK or NEXT DOOR'S LOST AND FOUND. We then attend to any medical issues they may have from bathing them and treating them for fleas and ticks to more major issues like addressing bites wounds from being fought or attacked or broken legs or hips from being hit by a car. We place the stray in a foster home where they can feel safe and rest from their overwhelming journey. Then we wait for a response from their owner.
Unfortunately, not all strays allow us to rescue them . They have been abused and neglected for so long that they don't trust people at all. Or that they are so frightened from being abandon or lost that they don't know what to do anymore. Their world as they knew it is gone. So, every day we place food and water out to keep up their strength in hopes that it will give them the energy they need to find their way back home or until we find their owner or a new home. Sometimes it will take weeks and even months to gain their trust and finally rescue them. Dallas Stray Savers teams up with other selfless rescue organizations to help us with difficult rescues. When called, everyone seems to springs into action on behalf of that dog or cat or pups or kittens to ensure a safe, happy, healthy return home or at last resort, to their new home.
What can you do to help? We're glad you asked. Time is always of the essence when rescuing strays. They most often are in eminent danger, especially around freeways and busy streets. THE 1ST THING YOU CAN DO: is CALL 911, 311 to report an animal in a dangerous situation. Likewise, if you know of an animal being fought, abused or neglected please report it immediately. Don't turn a blind eye to a situation that could be resolved simply by removing the animal or providing the pet owner with resources like free spay/neuter and shots vouchers or food and adequate shelter. THE 2ND THING YOU CAN DO: is to DONATE ...food, bedding, toys, kennels, houses and money to help us continue our volunteer efforts. THE 3RD THING YOU CAN DO: is VOLUNTEER to help us put posters out, upload pics and look for missing pets.
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MOVING? LOST YOUR JOB? WE UNDERSTAND PET DEPOSITS ARE HIGH AND BAD THINGS HAPPEN TO GOOD PEOPLE.
TO SURRENDER A PET CALL STRAY SAVERS DFW OR TAKE YOUR PET TO YOUR LOCAL ANIMAL SHELTER OR SPCA. DALLAS SPCA & ANIMAL SERVICES IS OFF OF I-30 BETWEEN HAMPTON & WESTMORELAND. FOR FREE PET FOOD/HOUSES, MINOR MEDICAL/SHOTS, BATHING, SPAY/NEUTER OR TRANSPORTATION TO RECEIVE THESE SERVICES CALL SS.
Oak Cliff / Dallas, Texas United States
Monday - Friday: 8am - 7pm
For Emergency Help With A Distressed Animal Call 911 or 311 Immediately
To Donate Thru Our GoFundMe Account Click On The Link Below
Monique Stone $500, Mike Dietz $600, Joshua West $350, Claude McIver $175, Anoymous Donor $200, Charles Stoval $200, Daria Dato $150, Irving Moreno $150, Ed Patterson $150, Ursula Walker $150, Erica Seamayer $125, Armando Salinas $100, Charlene Brown $150, Shad Nabi $100, Chad Senettt $100, Michael Davis $75, Cleo Williams $75, debraPond $70, GW Walker $60, Tasia Wilson $40, Ms. Wells $40, Sherri Settles $25, Dorothy Montgomery $125, Retis Henderson $100, Jessie Cryer $55, T & G $50, Tina Davis $35, Jamie of Danzversity and Monisiha Kelly $25, Terry Allen $10, Chasity Longino $10
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