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Animal Shelters in Longview, TX
1.Humane Society of Northeast Texas
303 Enterprise St2.61 mi Longview, TX Animal SheltersHumane SocietiesCity, Village & Township GovernmentGovernment Offices
Perfect place to look for a new family member. The animals are well taken care of, the staff extremely helpful and friendly, and the building was clean and professional. Would recommend to any animal lover!!
2.Partnership For Pets-East Texas
2511 Aspen St3.22 mi Longview, TX Animal SheltersCharitiesPet Stores
3.Longview Animal Control
410 S High St0.74 mi Longview, TX Humane SocietiesCounty & Parish GovernmentAnimal Shelters
1901 Jefferson Ave22.19 mi Marshall, TX Animal SheltersHumane SocietiesCharities
5.Marshall Animal Control Div
607 E End Blvd S19.94 mi Marshall, TX Animal SheltersCity, Village & Township GovernmentAnimal Shows & Organizations
6.The Humane Society's Pets Fur People
1823 County Road 38630.98 mi Tyler, TX Animal SheltersPet StoresHumane SocietiesAnimal Shows & Organizations
7.Spca of East Texas
3405 N Northeast Loop 32330.88 mi Tyler, TX Animal Shelters
Called today, we have a sick puppy. He's new to us having only having him for a few months. We're out of work, Oil Field worker. Our pup, Bat Man, we think has parvenu. Honestly we are living from unemployment check to the next. Tried to go back to work, just didn't having any hours. Bat Man didn't pick when he was going to get sick. We called the SPCA hoping to get some help with medication or something. We explained our money problems and Becky there tell us about the law and a $65.00 fine if we don't take medical care of the puppy and the law reads you must provide food, shelter and medical care for your pet. It doesn't say if you can afford it. You talk about a heartless female. I've given my last dime to SPCA. I'm a annual donor to the SPCA or was. I just spent over $300.00 dollars at North Tyler Vet. on my little pet and he died any way. I was looking for more compassion than we got from the SPCA.
Seems like we hit a network glitch.