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Yes, pets are fully anesthetized for their spay, neuter or dental procedures.
The Texas Coalition for Animal Protection (TCAP) is a nonprofit organization that provides low cost services to those qualified for assistance programs. TCAP provides services to those who are indigent and lack sufficient means to provide medical care for their pets. TCAP is able to provide subsidized savings at our clinics thanks to the generosity of our donors and sponsors. This savings allows our clients to care for their pets using low-cost co-pays. We keep our prices low so that we can be a resource for the community.
Yes, we contract caring veterinarians who specialize in spay and neuter surgeries.
Yes, you can purchase an additional pain injection and three days' worth of pain medication for your pet for an additional $15 at the time of surgery.
TCAP provides a 24-hour post-operative care number that you can use to discuss your concerns about your pet. You can call 940-395-4306 anytime with questions.
Older pets have special needs that can’t be addressed by a high volume spay program. Older pets should have blood work done prior to surgery and very close monitoring during their procedure that TCAP cannot provide in a high volume setting.
We accept cash, Visa, MasterCard, and Discover. We cannot accept checks, Care Credit, or American Express.
TCAP’s caring, compassionate veterinary team spays or neuters pets at least 10 weeks old that weigh two pounds or more.
Yes, you can come to our clinic during vaccination hours to get the forms ahead of time. Because we use two part, carbonless forms, you cannot fill out admission forms online.
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Vaccinations are available on a walk-in basis during scheduled vaccination hours.
Yes, we do. Once a pet is over 6 months of age, we require annual heartworm testing. Dogs that are less than 6 months old do not require a heartworm test their first year of medication.
Puppies begin their booster shots at 6-8 weeks and kittens begin their booster shots at 9-11 weeks. Click here to see what vaccines are needed.
The answer is two-fold. First, in Texas, it often doesn’t get cold enough to kill mosquitos completely and heartworms can be caused by just one mosquito! Also, many heartworm medications ensure that your pet is also protected against many other type worms that your family could get.
To keep our operating costs down, TCAP only provides a very limited amount of services. Sick and injured pets should see full service hospitals that can provide the diagnostic care that they need to fully recover!