Aug 23, 2019
This fall, we are hosting our annual fundraiser, the “Be The Change Brunch” to generate proceeds for our organization’s mission: legislate to change their fate. As the only state-based animal organization...
Aug 20, 2019
THLN’s continued goal is to establish basic standards of shelter and care for restrained dogs across Texas whether that’s through legislation impacting the whole state or through local ordinances impacting cities and small communities. From now ...
Jul 30, 2019
In order to create a better future for the animals in Texas, we must ensure that our elected officials are dedicated to animal welfare issues. From working to give animals a better standard of care and shelter to addressing the growing animal ho...
Jul 17, 2019
Photographer Uses Talents to Share the Images We Don’t Always Want to See
When JP Bonnelly isn’t at his day job doing data analytics or hanging out with his two-year-old daughter, he uses his photography skills to help catch and capture animals all over northeast Texas.
Jul 3, 2019
This Independence Day thousands of dogs in Texas are yearning to be free from heavy chains, suffering in the blazing heat, hoping for help. Here at THLN, we understand their plight and we work year-round on our mission of preventing cruelty and abuse of Texas animals.
Jun 21, 2019 - Jamey Cantrell - Plano Animal Services Director
For Animal Control Officers (ACOs) all over Texas, it is vital to have the right tools to do the job so that they are able to prevent harm to the animals they care for. The local ordinances are one of the most important, and unfortunately also one of the...
Jun 13, 2019
“Just because we’re the big city of Houston doesn’t mean you can’t do this as well in your smaller town,” Assistant District Attorney Jessica Milligan, chief of the DA
May 18, 2019
We are ON THE CALENDAR! The VOTE is on MONDAY…yes, this MONDAY, May 20th!
Texas dogs STILL need you to speak up loudly to your Representative and because we just have a short time, we are asking you to deliver your messa...
Members and allies passionate about the welfare of Texas animals will come together to advocate for commonsense, humane legislation before the state legislature
Possession bans are one of the most effective ways to keep abusers from reoffending.
Our current laws do not adequately protect animals from people with a history of abuse and allow them to have access to potential new victims that they simply never should. Along with psychological evaluation and treatment, these sente...