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Hard Luck Hound & Kitty Society at Highland Park Animal Hospital
5323 North Central Expressway, Dallas, Texas 75205
Phone: 214-528-3360     Fax: 214-559-3351
Hours: Mon-Wed-Fri 8am-5:30pm, Tue-Thu 8am-7pm, Sat 8am-12pm

Vet with dog Pet collage
Highland Park Animal Hospital's Hard Luck Hound and Kitty Society offers treatment and adoption assistance for injured homeless animals

Each month a new dog or cat is presented for evaluation and treatment of a serious medical condition. The veterinarians at Highland Park Animal Hospital devise a treatment plan based on physical examination, radiographs, blood work and other diagnostics. Most candidates require some surgical procedure or medical treatment, such as fracture repair, arthrodesis, exploratory laparatomy or complicated heartworm treatment.

During the postoperative period the staff of Highland Park Animal Hospital provides compassionate nursing care for these patients. The socialization they receive during this time greatly enhances their adoptability later. When they are sufficiently recovered they are placed in permanent, loving homes.

Adopt an Animal Today!

While we do rehabilitate and adopt out sick and injured animals that are brought to us by other rescue organizations, we do not have the facilities to adopt out strays and foundlings. If you have located a stray, please see the links below for help.

Dallas Animal Services - http://dallasanimalservices.org/lost_found.html

SPCA of Dallas -

Highland Park Animal Hospital works with other not-for-profit organizations as well. Click the link to visit their website.

Companion Animal Network - www.petfinder.com/shelters/TX443.html

If you are looking for a specific breed, the following sites may be helpful:

American Kennel Club Breeder Referral - http://www.akc.org/breederinfo/breeder_search.cfm

Breed Rescue Groups -

http://ccpets.com/directory/#Rescue - Breed Specific

Highland Park Animal Hospital site Canine Country Club site Vickery Place Animal Hospital site The Cat Cottage site
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