If any dogs test positive for Canine Distemper Virus (CDV) at the shelter, we are immediately isolating them at our medical teams counsel and attempting to get them into a foster home. Since distemper positive dogs can shed the virus to other dogs for up to 3 months, they need to be isolated for that entire period or they pose a risk to other dogs at the shelter.
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(DALLAS, TX; WAXAHACHIE, TX); February 1, 2022 – It’s the month of love at the SPCA of Texas! To celebrate Valentine’s Day and the special bond between pets and their people, the SPCA of Texas is offering $14 adoptions on all adult dogs and cats at its Jan Rees-Jones Animal Care Center in Dallas and its Ellis County Animal Care Center in Waxahachie from February 1-28.
Pets bring a special kind of love to their people, and now is the perfect time to find that love for yourself. By adopting a pet, you not only save the life of the pet you are adopting, but also save the life of the pet that takes its place at the shelter. Give love this month by giving a homeless pet a second chance!
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 6 months and older, initial flea/tick preventative and heartworm preventative, a microchip, 30 days of PetHealth Insurance provided by PetHealth, a free 14-day wellness exam with VCA Animal Hospitals, one week of free on-demand training from the GoodPup training app, a rabies tag and a free leash or temporary cat carrier.
To view adoptable pets at the SPCA of Texas, please visit www.spca.org/adopt. To view all of the SPCA of Texas’ locations, please visit www.spca.org/locations.
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