City of Plano - Animal Shelter - PetData

up to $75 off their first impound fees if their pet ends up at the Plano Animal Shelter.
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As of Wednesday, there were 290 animals needing homes in Plano’s animal shelter. But Cantrell says that number that changes every day as more pets find homes and more animals come to the shelter in need of one.
Plano residents can bring their pets to the shelter for euthanasia Tuesdays ..
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This is surprisingly easy to accomplish. At Plano Animal Clinic, we've done this many times with great success. I believe strongly that people should adopt pets from shelters, and I believe equally that their young lives need to be protected. What can we do for these little guys who begin coughing or sneezing a few days after being adopted? Quite simply, we use a short course of antibiotics to treat any bacterial complication and a short course of antivirals (see “The Virus ‘Cure'?”) to halt the virus. Even in an illness as common as kennel cough, 3 different bacteria and 8 different viruses can be involved. In the early stages, kennel cough is indistinguishable from the significantly more lethal canine distemper virus. Plano Animal Shelter - Pets for Patriots
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The Animal Services Division is committed to partner with Plano’s citizens, veterinarians, and animal welfare organizations to promote responsible pet ownership and to provide outstanding animal health and welfare and human health protection services.
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Training & ClassesWe have many wonderful animals for adoption at all times! Please consider adopting a shelter pet- this is NOT a no-kill facility! Feel free to call or email if you have any questions about any of our pets for adoption. Please note- rabies vaccination and sterilization are required for all pets adopted from the shelter. The Plano Shelter is located at 4028 West Plano Parkway, Plano Texas 75093. This is just West of Coit Road on Plano Parkway…Adoption fees include the following services:
Spay/neuter surgery
First set of vaccinations (including rabies)
Heartworm test for dogs (if over six months of age)
Heartworm treatment if the dog tests positive
Microchip implantation and registration
Collar and tags
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These services could easily cost several hundred to more than a thousand dollars at a private veterinary clinic if you were to get a “free” pet from elsewhere. Adopting from the Plano Animal Shelter allows you to save money while you save a life! All euthanasia is performed by injection by trained staff members and the remains are then cremated. We request that residents bring their animal into the shelter but exceptions can be made for elderly and/or handicapped residents or special circumstances. A separate pick-up fee of $20 may be charged if this service is necessary. Plano residents can bring their pets to the shelter for euthanasia Tuesdays - Fridays from 9:00 AM - 5:30 PM.These services could easily cost several hundred to more than a thousand dollars at a private veterinary clinic if you were to get a “free” pet from elsewhere. Adopting from the Plano Animal Shelter allows you to save money while you save a life!Plano Animal Shelter offers dog and cat adoptions to Pets for Patriots members and will help them find their new best friend. The municipal shelter is an open-door facility that cares for over 7,500 animals each year with one of the highest placement rates in the state of Texas. All Plano animals are accepted regardless of age, temperament, or general adoptability.