Welcome to Animal America!

How we can help you AND your pet

Our Services

Day Camp

Doggy Day Camp

Provides a safe, fun, and stimulating environment for your dog during the day while you are at work!


Animal America Training Academy

Group classes are offered year round in our indoor camp area.


Dog and Cat Grooming

Grooming is an important part of pet care and ensures a happy and healthy pet!

Pet Relocation

Pet Relocation

Know that your animal will have a healthy and safe traveling experience

Pet Bus

Pet Bus

Tight on time? We offer pick up and delivery service in our pet safe bus. Call for pricing.


Slumber Party!

Going on vacation, or on a business trip you CANNOT miss? Let us take care of your four-legged friend while you are away!

Dog of the Month

What is your dog's name?


When is your dog's birthday?

Unknown but estimated Oct. 2013

How did you obtain your dog?

Animal rescue North Richland Hills

How old was your dog when you got him/her?

About 9 months old.

How would you describe your dog in 5 words?

Sweet, loving, happy, escape artist.

What is your dog's favorite food?

Soft, chewy treats.

What is the cutest thing your dog does?

Rolls over on her back for morning tummy rub.

What is the smartest thing your dog does?

She lets us know when she’s hungry by “talking” to us.

Anything else you would like to share about your dog?

She loves walks, running through grass and looking out the driver’s window in the car.

News and Happenings at Animal America

  Latest News

  • Intro to dog sport: Flyball

    Flyball is a fast paced, super exciting team sport for dogs. It was created in California in the late 60’s and soon became a popular sport worldwide for humans to do with their dogs. The sport consists of a relay race with 4 dogs in each team. The dogs must go over 4 hurdles spaced… View Article
  • Jack Russel

    Jack Russell Terriers are some of the most intelligent dogs you will ever meet. These feisty little guys were bred as hunters. Reverend Jack Russell of Devon, England created the breed in 1870. He was looking for an agile, fearless dog for hunting that was small enough to follow foxes when they “go to ground”… View Article
  • Australian Shepherd/ Aussie

      Australian Shepherds, commonly known as Aussie’s are not actually Australian. The breed was called after Basque shepherds who came to America from Australia. Aussies were also known as Spanish Shepherds, Bob-tails, Pastor Dogs, New Mexican Shepherds and California Shepherds. This is a very energetic dog that needs lots of daily vigorous exercise. They have… View Article

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