DALLAS (April 17, 2017) – Operation Kindness – North Texas’ original and largest no-kill animal shelter – is on a mission to inform North Texans of the best tips and tricks of pet adoption to encourage potential adopters to bring home a furry friend in honor of National Adopt a Pet Month in April.
Operation Kindness – North Texas’ original and largest no-kill animal shelter
What: Operation Kindness has partnered with Pets for Life and the City of Carrollton to host a pet health clinic for the underserved community in Carrollton. Vaccinations, microchipping and city licenses will be available at no cost to low-income pet owners. The no-kill shelter will also provide spay and neuter humane education to attendees.
When: Pet Health Clinic on April 29, 10 a.m. to noon
Where: Crosby Recreation Center, 1610 Crosby Road, Carrollton, TX 75006
Founded in 1976, Operation Kindness is the original and largest no-kill shelter in North Texas. Its mission is to care for homeless cats and dogs in a no-kill environment until each is adopted into responsible homes and to advocate humane values and behavior. In 2016, Operation Kindness celebrated their 40th anniversary and their achievement of saving more than 90,000 animals since their inception. Annually the shelter assists more than 5,000 dogs and cats, caring for an average of 300 animals daily with another 100-150 animals in foster homes.
Join Operation Kindness in their mission to care for homeless animals by becoming a member of the Happy Tails Society. This group of dedicated friends provides a monthly gift to help pay for the medical care, medicine, food, shelter, nurturing and behavior training the pets need to have a second chance at life. Learn more about Operation Kindness at http://www.OperationKindness.org or on Facebook.
Animal Services is dedicated to becoming a premier provider of animal care and control services in the Carrollton community. Our professional staff responds to more than 6,000 service calls and shelters nearly 2,000 animals each year. We are dedicated to managing our domestic and wild animal population in a manner that provides a safe and healthy environment for both animals and people