Volunteer with Animals
Volunteer time and talents are a huge asset to the Fort Worth Animal Shelter.
There are many ways you can make a difference for the welfare of animals at both the Chuck Silcox Animal Care & Control Center and PetSmart Charities Adoption Centers. Volunteers can play with the pets and help them socialize; groom pets; photograph pets; interact with the pets in the Medical Treatment Ward; assist with adoptions and tours of the shelter; or assist with data entry/office work.
Businesses, organizations and youth groups also are welcome for a day of service.
Teens, ages 13-15, participating in Camp Henry will have the opportunity to learn what Fort Worth Animal Care & Control does to care for animals in our community. From shelter operations, to dog training basics, to wildlife rescue, Camp Henry participants will volunteer alongside shelter staff while learning how everyone works together to encourage adoptions and save lives.
Every month, Animal Care & Control features a volunteer who’s making a difference for the animals at the shelter.
Meet Brittney Chapman, Fort Worth Animal Care & Control’s volunteer of the month.
Monthly ACC Report
The monthly Code Report includes Animal Care & Control code reports and additional public service code reports.
Code Compliance is in the process of reviewing animal ordinances.
The Animal Task Force reviewed operations and adherence of procedures and laws from December through March.
Chuck Silcox Animal Care & Control Center
4900 Martin St.
Fort Worth, TX 76119
Dr. Tim Morton