top of page

About Animal Friends of Washington County

In 2006, there was a notable absence of low-cost spay/neuter/wellness clinics between Houston and Austin, as well as between Waco and Corpus Christi. Recognizing this gap, Animal Friends of Washington County embarked on a mission to address the issue. Through meticulous planning and fundraising efforts driven by private donations, they successfully established a clinic to cater to the needs of residents across several counties, including Austin, Brazos, Burleson, and more. While these regions remain the primary focus, the clinic warmly welcomes clients from Harris County and beyond, embodying a commitment to serving communities far and wide. Our Clinic is focused on spay/neuter surgeries plus vaccination and other wellness services.

Animal Friends of Washington County (AFOWC) is committed to preventing animal overpopulation, protecting abused or abandoned animals with loving care, and providing an environment where people can enjoy their furry friends. 

Since the clinic's completion in 2008, over 45,900 spay/neuter surgeries have been successfully completed. The dedicated staff consistently attends to over 100 clients each week, and the clinic can accommodate up to 30 animals in a single day.

Dogs on a Bench

Our Objectives

To fulfill our mission, Animal Friends has established four key objectives:

1. Establish a facility offering low-cost and no-cost spay/neuter and wellness services, exemplified by the Animal Friends Clinic, which opened in June 2008. 

2. Create a safe and pleasant environment where people and their pets can interact and play freely. This lead to the opening of the Dog Parks at Animal Friends.

Our Objectives

3. Collaborate with local government to develop a suitable facility for housing unwanted, abused, and abandoned animals, facilitating their adoption.

4. Act as a comprehensive resource, providing training and information on all aspects of animal welfare.

Petting a White Cat
Af Team1.jpg

Our Staff

At Animal Friends, our dedicated staff members are the heartbeat behind our organization. Their unwavering commitment, compassion, and expertise are the driving forces behind our mission to improve the lives of animals in our community. Without their tireless dedication and hard work, we simply could not accomplish everything we strive for. We are immensely grateful for their passion and dedication, as they are the backbone of our organization's success.

Board of Directors

The Board of Directors at Animal Friends of Washington County consists of passionate individuals who share a deep love for animals and a strong commitment to serving our community. As avid animal lovers, they are proud to live and serve in our community, striving to make a positive impact on the lives of animals in need. 

Woman Hugging Dog
Dog Walker

Master Plan

Our Master Plan serves as a comprehensive blueprint outlining our strategies and initiatives to achieve the goals of Animal Friends of Washington County. With a focus on providing low-cost and no-cost spay/neuter and wellness services, creating safe and pleasant environments for pets and their owners, facilitating adoptions, and serving as a resource center for animal welfare, our plan guides our efforts to make a meaningful impact in our community. 

bottom of page