Meet Tito, a gorgeous 11-month-old, 61-pound Labrador mix looking for a family to call his very own. He is an energetic young man who loves to have a good time. Chase, catch, tug-o-war…you name it, he wants to play it! Tito is also a social butterfly and according to his previous owner gets along with other dogs, cats, and kids! Did you know that you can bring your current vaccinated dogs to the shelter to meet potential pets like him? As a family pet, Tito already knows his way around a home. He comes when called, will sit just about every time he is asked, and…drum roll, please…is already housetrained! After living in the shelter, it may take Tito a couple of weeks to remember all of his housetraining skills. Tito was surrendered to the SPCA of Texas on October 3 because his previous owners did not have a suitable home for a growing boy like him. He hopes to find a fabulous family with a spacious yard, plenty of toys, and lots of love. To make this adoption even better for you, Tito has a lower adoption fee since he is a Very Important Pet who has been waiting patiently for you for over thirty days. Don’t wait another second! Come and meet Tito today! #122182
ADOPTED!! ADOPTED!! ADOPTED!! ADOPTED!!
Photo Courtesy of the SPCA of Texas
Tito is waiting for you at the SPCA of Texas' Jan Rees-Jones Animal Care Center in Dallas:
2400 Lone Star Drive (near I-30 and Hampton Rd)
Hours are 12n - 6p, 7 days/week
Regular adoption fees are $20 for rabbits and $10 for guinea pigs. Adoption fees are $95-125 for puppies 0-6 months, $75-95 for adult dogs 6 months or older, $50 for senior dogs 7 years or older, $50 for VIP dogs, $95 for kittens, $75 for adult cats, $50 for senior cats 7 years and older and $50 for VIP cats. Fee includes spay/neuter surgery, age-appropriate vaccinations, a heartworm test for dogs six months and older, initial heartworm preventative for dogs, a feline leukemia test for cats four months and older, a microchip, a rabies tag and a free leash or cat carrier. Call 214-742-SPCA (7722) or visit www.spca.org.
I like fuzzy things!
SPCA of Texas Offers Low-Cost Pet Vaccination Clinic
at Dallas Police Department’s H.E.A.T Event Saturday
Group Will Also Schedule Free Spay/Neuter Surgery Appointments, Provide a Bounce House, Crafts for Kids and Face Painting
In an effort to provide an easy and affordable way for the community to help curb the spread of common and highly contagious illnesses in pets and reduce the number of strays and unwanted pets, the SPCA of Texas will host a mobile, low-cost pet vaccination clinic this Saturday, June 29 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the El Regio Ballroom parking lot in Dallas. This event is held in conjunction with Jubilee Park’s ongoing Community Outreach program and a part of the Dallas Police Department’s Help End Auto Theft (H.E.A.T.) event.
Vaccinations will be $5 each for Rabies, Distemper Combo for dogs and cats and Bordetella. Pet owners can also have their pets microchipped for $10 each. These services will be provided in the SPCA of Texas’ temperature-controlled Emergency Animal Rescue Vehicle. Heartworm preventive and flea control will be available for purchase as well.
Pet owners can also make an appointment that day for a free spay or neuter surgery at any one of the SPCA of Texas’ three DFW-area spay/neuter clinics. Pet owners who make an appointment to have their pet spayed or neutered will also receive a free heartworm test on Saturday.
Additionally, there will be fun activities for kids, including a bounce house, crafts and face painting.
The SPCA of Texas is grateful to the Colleen Baggarly Fund for making this low-cost vaccination clinic possible, the Heska Corporation for their donation of heartworm tests and to Merck for that company’s donation of microchips and vaccines.
Saturday, June 29, 2013
10 am. to 2 p.m.
El Regio Ballroom parking lot
5201 East Grand Avenue
Dallas, TX 75223
Spaying, neutering and vaccinating pets saves lives by preventing unwanted litters, keeping thousands of animals off the mean streets and stopping the spread of dangerous illnesses like Parvo and Distemper.
Having pets spayed and neutered is the most important way to prevent pet overpopulation and ensuring animals live happy, healthy lives in loving homes by decreasing roaming