Please click here to view our pets currently available for adoption.
We have new pets all the time so please keep checking back! The website is continually updated.
Adopting a Friend
If you find a pet here you would like to learn more about, please contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at (806) 622-0555.
Adoptions are held at the shelter, 11901 S. Coulter, Tuesday through Saturday.
We host adoptions at PetSmart on 2800 Soncy Rd every Saturday from 1:00 til 5:00 p.m. Our adoption fee covers the pet's first shots, spay/neutering, a microchip and rabies shot.
Volunteers Urgently Needed!
Contact us at the shelter at (806) 622-0555 if you are interested in volunteering.
If you are able to provide a foster home for a dog or cat, please contact us. Not only do we have lots of puppies & dogs, but kittens & cats also.
Several of our cats & kittens are kept at Petsmart at all times. If you would like to volunteer to help clean their cages, please contact us.
Watch for information on Muttfest, our annual picnic in the park for dogs & their families!
The Amarillo SPCA has partnered with Petfinder.com to let the people of Amarillo and surrounding areas know what pets we have available for adoption. From this page you can view a list of pets available for adoption as well as volunteer to help out.
Who We Are
The Amarillo SPCA is a 501(c)3 non profit organization. We operate solely on donations and fundraisers.
Presently, we operate a shelter for dogs and cats, and have over 200 animals housed at the shelter and in foster care.
One of our main concerns is pet over population. It is important that the public be educated about the importance of spaying and neutering their pets. It is also our goal to make sure every animal that is adopted from the SPCA is sterilized before going to a new home.
We receive calls daily from people who request help with their animals--either needing to give them up or asking for help with food and medical needs. We help whenever we can, but financially we're not able to help very often with medical needs.
We have grown to the extent that volunteers alone cannot provide necessary hours for operating the kennels. We have a shelter manager and part time employees along with volunteers who work hard maintaining the shelter.
Many animals we take in need immediate medical care and all receive their shots, a microchip and sterilization before being adopted into their new homes. Frequently these expenses are far more than their adoption fee. It is our duty to provide the best medical treatment possible regardless of cost for our animals--and therefore our vet bills are always huge.
In the meantime, we have created this website to provide accessible information concerning animal related organizations and events that are occuring in the Texas Panhandle as well as a resource base.
Therefore, we invite anyone who is affiliated with a particular animal welfare organization, specialized pet-owner group (such as pet therapy or obedience training,) or any business that is in the service of animals (veterinarians, groomers, pet sitters, etc.) to contact us so that we may tell the public about your organization or business. We do, however, respectfully decline to list any breeders or to promote breeding services as it is not in alignment with our mission of curbing the pet overpopulation crisis.
The Amarillo SPCA
Come Visit Us!
11901 S. Coulter Street
Amarillo, TX 79119
here for a list of pets at this shelter