The Big Fix for Big D project will conclude December 31, 2016
We are grateful for the thousands of pet owners who entrusted us to care for their four-legged friends and to the Companion Animal Funders Coalition for its support of Big Fix for Big D.
MORE ABOUT BIG FIX FOR BIG D
The Big Fix for Big D initiative is a multi-year effort of four community partners to spay or neuter tens of thousands of pets in Dallas to significantly diminish numbers of unwanted litters, with the ultimate goal of reducing euthanasia of adoptable pets. Through the Big Fix for Big D initiative, the City of Dallas Animal Services and Adoption Center (DAS), the Dallas Companion Animal Project (DCAP), Spay Neuter Network and the Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals of Texas (SPCA of Texas), will offer free spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations and registration. Dallas pet owners and caretakers of community cats who reside in 75211, 75217 or 75227 can schedule an appointment with one of the Big Fix for Big D providers. Pet owners and caretakers will need to provide proof of residency at the time of surgery.
Dallas Animal Services – 214-670-6800 (for information only, not for appointments)
1818 North Westmoreland Road, Dallas, TX 75212
Dallas Animal Services and Adoption Center is dedicated to the humane treatment of animals in Dallas. We provide education and resource options to improve responsible pet ownership and City ordinance compliance. We provide care for thousands of displaced companion animals and provide assistance to citizens experiencing challenges with animals in our community. We respond to calls regarding animal welfare and concerns, provide our community lost & found services to reunite owners with their pets, and offer adoption services at our facility at 1818 N. Westmoreland Road, and at our Everyday Adoption Center located inside the PetSmart at 16821 Coit Road. Along with our community partners we participate in community events, low-cost vaccination clinics, and spay day events. Visit www.DallasAnimalServices.org for more information, and join us on Facebook.
Dallas Companion Animal Project (DCAP) – 972-498-8800
The Dallas Companion Animal Project is a non-profit organization created to focus on the future of the community by strengthening the connection between people and animals. Visit www.dallasanimals.org for more information.
Spay Neuter Network – 972-472-3500
Mobile Animal Hospital and Surgery Transports serving 75211, 75217 and 75227 zips
Spay Neuter Network is a volunteer 501(c) 3 nonprofit formed to eliminate pet overpopulation through subsidized spay/neuter services, while empowering communities to care responsibly for dogs and cats.
Spay Neuter Network operates a regional clinic outside Dallas with transport pick-ups for areas in need. We also operate the “Hope Mobile,” a Mobile Animal Spay/Neuter Hospital (MASH), in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex and surrounding counties, providing affordable spay/neuter, pet vaccinations, community pet education and pet care resources.
Spay Neuter Network performed more than 17,000 spay / neuter surgeries last year preventing more than 250,000 unwanted animals. Visit www.spayneuternet.org for more information including upcoming Dallas locations and dates.
SPCA of Texas – 214-742-7722
Mary Spencer Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic at Village Fair: 4830 Village Fair Drive, Dallas 75224
Myron K. Martin Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic: 2400 Lone Star Drive, Dallas 75212
The SPCA of Texas is the leading animal welfare agency in North Texas. The non-profit organization operates two shelters and three spay/neuter clinics located in Dallas and McKinney, and maintains a team of animal cruelty investigators to respond to thousands of calls in nine North Texas counties. Moreover, the SPCA of Texas serves as an active resource center for an array of services that bring people and animals together to enrich each other’s’ lives. The SPCA of Texas is not affiliated with any other entity and does not receive general operating funds from the City of Dallas, State of Texas, federal government or any other humane organization. The SPCA of Texas is dedicated to providing every animal exceptional care and a loving home. For more information, visit www.spca.org.