Bark in the Mew Year with a new best friend! $22 adoptions on adult dogs and adult cats at our Jan Rees-Jones Animal Care Center.
WHEN / Jan. 2nd-16th
YOU PAY / $22
YOU GET / A Friend Forever
The Myron K. Martin Clinic is open for spay and neuter surgeries for dogs and cats. Make an appointment today.
DOGS / Tues. & Wed.
CATS / Fri.
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Ring in 2022 with a new bestie! It’s a new year, and if you’re looking for a new best friend, the SPCA of Texas is excited to offer a $22 adoption special for all adult dogs and cats, excluding equine/livestock and cats at select PetSmart locations, January 2 through 16, 2022. While the SPCA of Texas does not euthanize animals for space, nor place time limits on animals, the organization is only able to take in more animals in need as space allows.
Browse pets available for adoption now at www.spca.org/findapet.
If now is not the right time to adopt, consider becoming a foster. Fostering for the SPCA of Texas is completely free, and all supplies and veterinary care are provided at no cost. To learn more about fostering and to sign up now, please visit www.spca.org/foster.
Regular adoption fees are $150 for puppies and kittens aged 0-6 months and $75 for adult dogs and cats aged 6 months or older. Fee includes spay/neuter surgery, age-appropriate vaccinations, a heartworm test for dogs six months and older and a FIV/FeLV test for cats 4 months and older, initial flea/tick preventative and heartworm preventative, a microchip, 30 days of PetHealth Insurance, a free 14-day wellness exam with VCA Animal Hospitals, one free week of training support from Good Pup app, a rabies tag and a free leash. Learn more at www.spca.org/adopt.
The SPCA of Texas intakes thousands of animals a year, including numerous animals from cruelty and neglect through its Animal Cruelty Investigations Unit. Whether you adopt or foster, you’re not only saving the life of the pet you’re taking home, but you’re also saving the life of the pet that takes its place in our shelter. To learn more about the SPCA of Texas, please visit www.spca.org.
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