News & Events
Pups on the Patio at Cane Rosso 12th May 2015 @ 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Bring the pooches and join us for pizza and cocktails at the best pet-friendly patio in Dallas! Cane Rosso has the best Neopolitan pizza in town! $10 admission gets you one adult beverage and specials on their AMAZING pizzas. We'll have dogs for adoption, door prizes, and lots of fun! All proceeds benefit Operation Kindness and will be matched by Cane Rosso! Please note this is at the White Rock location only- 7328 Gaston Avenue, Ste 100
Mission Pawsible: A Dog-friendly Scavenger Hunt 1st January 1970 @
Saturday, May 30th
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Stop #1 is Operation Kindness
Put your thinking cap on and join your friends (two and four-legged) for a Scavenger Hunt benefiting Operation Kindness and Blue Buffalo's Pet Cancer Awareness Fund! You'll be completing wacky tasks at pet-friendly locations and laughing the whole way! Invite your friends and create a team, or sign up and we'll create a team for you! $25 admission includes:
- Goodie bags with awesome treasures for each participant
- Prizes at each stop!
- Prizes for most points and best team name!
- Admission to the Yappy Hour celebration at the end of the hunt at Blue Mesa in Addison
Advanced registration only through May 28th! Register now...
Become a Foster Volunteer! 1st January 1970 @
Foster Volunteers enable Operation Kindness to save even more animal lives by caring for dogs and cats in their home. We provide full support to ensure volunteers have an enriching experience and the dogs and cats are adopted into wonderful new fur-ever homes. Contact email@example.com to volunteer of for more information.
Back in Black Features Black Dogs & Cats for Adoption 1st January 1970 @
Operation Kindness is participating in the nationwide Back in Black adoption event to help find black dogs and cats forever homes. Adopters will receive 25% off adoption fees for black dogs and cats, who are less likely to be adopted due to their color. Adoption fees help cover the costs of caring for the animals at Operation Kindness, such as food, medicine, tests, spay/neuter surgery, other surgeries, medical procedures, rehabilitation and recovery.
Low-Cost Obedience Classes 1st January 1970 @
Operation Kindness is pleased to offer Low Cost Obedience Classes taught by professional, certified dog trainers for dogs and puppies adopted from Operation Kindness. Click for more information.
Chip & Adele: Orphaned Best Friends! 1st January 1970 @
Chip (5-week-old Chihuahua puppy) and Adele (4-week-old) kitten were paired up last Friday, March 20 at Operation Kindness and put in a foster home together! They will be fostered for the next 4 weeks and will be ready for adoption at the end of April.Follow along on their journey on Facebook.Click here to donate to the care of animals like Chip & Adele.
Your Donations at Work 1st January 1970 @
Saving the Lives of Traumatized Dogs in Hoarding Waco Case
The experience of Operation Kindness’ staff in managing crisis situations was evident when the call came in from the Humane Society of Central Texas. They needed help with the 56 Dachshunds and Bull Dogs seized in an alleged dog hoarding case. In a matter of hours, 26 dogs were transported to Operation Kindness, received a physical examination, vaccinations and essential medical care that included treatments for skin issues, heart worms and a broken jaw. After their medical treatment, each dog was bathed, received tender affection from volunteers and had walk time in our dog park. For many of the animals, this was probably the most love and sunshine they had experienced in their lives given the deplorable conditions from which they were rescued.
“A response like this is possible because of the support we receive from our generous donors and volunteers,” said CEO Jim Hanophy. “But the hard fact is such a response comes with a budget-busting price tag.”
We never know when emergencies like this will strike – but we know it will happen again. We’re counting on your continued support to ensure we’re always ready to give second chances to the neglected, abused, injured and abandoned animals we’re saving together.
Wingman Helps the “Single & Looking” Find Love 1st January 1970 @
Our “wingmen” are Operation Kindness’ volunteer Foster Talent Agents who not only foster dogs and cats, they go one step further to promote their foster dog in their community until it’s adopted. If you love networking, dog parks and bragging in social media, then you’re an ideal “Wingman” to a homeless dog or cat looking for a new forever relationship. Interested? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.