As a municipal shelter, Marshall Pet Adoption Center (MPAC) makes available for adoption dogs and cats taken in from Harrison County that are not seriously ill, severely injured, or overly aggressive.

All are given vaccines, flea/tick treatment, and a dewormer. In addition, dogs over six months are tested for heartworms and given a preventive or started on treatment, as appropriate.

In most cases, your new pet will also come to you spayed or neutered, in accordance with Texas state law.

Look for your new best friend using the links at right, or by visiting MPAC at:

2502 E. Travis St. Marshall, TX 75672


Tuesday through Friday 11:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m

Saturday 11:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.

MPAC is closed on Sunday and Monday

If you have specific questions, you can call (903) 935-4530, but be aware that animal care takes the highest priority at MPAC and there may not be someone standing by to take your call at any given time.

MPAC dogs and cats are also available through FOMA’s foster program. These are identified by the location “Foster Home” in the links at right.

If you’re interested in one of the fostered dogs or cats or have questions, contact Jana Hernandez at