Frisco Humane Society is a non-profit 501(c)3 ID 75-2965467, all volunteer rescue group - we rescue all breed dogs and cats primarily from Animal Control Facilities. All of the animals in our program live in foster homes until they can be placed permanently, and we provide all necessary medical care for each animal, including:
Heartworm Test/ Feline Leukemia Test
Heartworm Treatment (if necessary)
Spaying or Neutering
More Extensive Vet Care if necessary
Frisco Humane Society was formed in October of 2001 by a group of experienced rescue workers. To date, Frisco Humane has saved over 7,000 dogs and cats.
Our goal is to save as many unwanted adoptable animals as we can from area shelters where they might otherwise be euthanized. We also want to prevent countless numbers of unwanted animals from being born through our spay and neuter program.
We are dedicated to improving the quality of life for animals in Frisco and the surrounding communities. It is our hope and dream that someday there will be no unwanted animals and that the animals will no longer need our advocacy.
Many of our rescued dogs and cats require more than basic vet care to be ready for their new homes. Some require extensive medical care that can cost many hundreds of dollars. Adoption fees alone do not cover our expenses and we rely on fundraising and donations to sustain our organization.