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Mission Statement

Our mission is to serve homeless, needy companion animals in the Dallas-Ft Worth metroplex and surrounding communities.

We accomplish this through rescue, rehabilitation, and permanent placement in suitable homes; while striving to reduce their numbers through public education.

Achievement of our mission depends on honoring, valuing, and supporting the efforts and contributions of our volunteers, donors and adopters.


We are a 501(c)3 non-profit, tax-exempt rescue organization dedicated to rescuing dogs and cats primarily in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area. Donations are tax-deductible.

We are primarily a foster home organization that has no paid staff. We keep the animals until they find their forever homes, no matter how long that takes. We believe in treating foster animals as one of our family until they become a part of your family.



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Would you recommend Coppell Humane Society?

by Kira M. (December 9, 2015)
I am not really sure what is going on with this place, but disappointingly, they are not in this venture to actually adopt out animals. They are not willing to help you with the adoption process. They out and out decline an application. Rather than work with you on what needs to happen in order for you to adopt, they merely inform you that you are not good enough to adopt their animal and then send you on your merry way. Never mind that you provide the information that they require or that you are wanting to work with them in whatever fashion they demand. You find yourself begging them to be able to adopt. REALLY... ARE YOU KIDDING ME? These animals need homes. Is that not what you are supposed to be doing for them? Finding them homes? Do yourself a favor (reader); let the so-called fosters of this place keep the pets as theirs forever, and move on to a different place or shelter; where they do not just spout judgment at you; and actually want what is best for the animals.