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Partnering to vaccinate more animals

Partnering for vaccine clinics to help more pets | Operation Kindness

As we work to impact more pets across Texas, new collaborations with our partners are providing free and low-cost services to community pets.

Through our partnership with Spay Neuter Network, we have offered multiple free vaccine clinics this year, vaccinating more than 160 pets!

We also teamed up with Spay Neuter Network to host a clinic on April 27 with our friends at The Bridge Homeless Recovery Center, offering free vaccines for pets of individuals experiencing homelessness in Dallas County.

Keeping pets up to date on vaccinations prevents illnesses that can be costly and deadly. Operation Kindness is committed to helping pet owners access low-cost vaccinations to make sure pets are happy and healthy.

Upcoming Free Vaccine and Microchip Clinics

Saturday, May 14, from 9 AM to 12 PM and Saturday, May 28, from 9 AM to 12 PM

Dallas Animal Services and Adoption Center
1818 N Westmoreland Rd, Dallas, TX 75212

  • Operation Kindness is partnering with Spay Neuter Network and Dallas Animal Services for a FREE microchip and vaccine clinic for dogs and cats!
  • Free vaccines include Rabies, Parvo/Distemper (dogs), FVRCCP (cats). No proof of residency is required for free services. Other vaccines, heartworm tests, and preventative medication will be offered at our low-cost prices.
  • Spay Neuter Network also offers other vaccines, heartworm tests, and preventative medication at low-cost prices.
  • Free vaccines are made possible by: Operation Kindness, Maddie’s Fund, Petco Love, and Dallas Animal Services
  • No appointment is needed but arrive early to make sure you receive service and prepare for a line.
  • Vaccine costs are listed at www.spayneuternet.org
  • More event details on Facebook.