If you are in need of low-cost veterinary care, including spay/neuter services, consider these providers:
TCAP (Texas Coalition for Animal Protection) provides low-cost services including vaccinations, microchipping, dental cleanings and spay/neuter. They do not provide wellness exams or sick/emergency care.
TCAP also has a Feral Fix program specifically for community cats and their caregivers. Visit the link provided for more information about this life-saving program.
Penny Paws provides low-cost veterinary care, including wellness visits and sick exams. They also do mobile vaccination clinics throughout the metroplex.
The SPCA of Texas features three spay/neuter and animal wellness clinics, two in Dallas and one in McKinney. Their focus is low-cost spay/neuter surgeries, annual exams, vaccines, heartworm preventive and preventative care for pets whose owners are indigent and/or do not have the resources to provide for their pets’ basic veterinary care. They do not provide assistance with medical emergencies.
Spay/Neuter Network is a nonprofit clinic with a mission to ensure every pet owner has access to spay/neuter services and preventive care for their pets. They have several programs that can provide either free spay/neuter and rabies, or very low-cost. They do not provide services to sick or injured pets.
If you are seeking assistance with rehoming an animal, we recommend contacting local rescue groups within your area. For a listing of rescues and shelters in your area, visit Petfinder.com and put your zip code in the location search field.
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