Operation Kindness  |  Saving Animal's Lives Since 1976 The Oldest & Largest No-Kill Animal Shelter in North Texas
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HOW WE HELP

Adoptions

All potential adopters are thoroughly interviewed by trained adoption counselors so we can match people with pets that best meet their needs and ensure that the individual needs of each animal are also met. Animals are vaccinated, given worming medication and checked for external parasites. Dogs are tested for heartworms and started on preventive if heartworm negative or treated if heartworm positive. Cats are tested for FeLV and FIV.

Spay/Neuter

All animals adopted from Operation Kindness are spayed or neutered. In addition, Operation Kindness is a member of the Spay Neuter Your Pet (SNYP) coalition and distributes low-cost spay/neuter information to the public.

SPAY/NEUTER and WELLNESS PROGRAM PARTICIPATING VETERINARIANS
Wellness Program: Because they support animal adoption, the veterinarians on this list will give your pet his/her first examination and wellness check-up at no cost to you! This applies to the examination only and not to any additional services or products, such as vaccinations, tests, flea control, medications, etc. You must call to make an appointment and tell them that you adopted your pet from Operation Kindness.

Microchipping
All animals adopted from Operation Kindness are microchipped and registered in a national database so that the pet can find its way home if it gets lost. Operation Kindness will also microchip your personal pet during our open business hours. The cost is $20 per pet.
Education
Operation Kindness' staff and volunteers frequently speak to community, school and youth groups to educate on pet overpopualtion, the importance of spaying/neutering pets, responsible pet care and kindness to animals.
Nursing Home Visits
Operation Kindness staff and volunteers take dogs and cats to area nursing homes to visit with the residents, providing them with flowers, friendship, the opportunity to cuddle with the animals and recall pets of their own. Interested in joining us? Details...
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