1. Dog with Santa hat sleeping on pillow in front of fireplace.

    Consider Fostering a Shelter Animal Over the Holidays

    Through Irving Animal Service’s holiday fostering program, residents can open their homes and give animals from the shelter a warm bed and social interaction from Dec. 23 to Jan. 3. Read on...
  2. Adoptable Pets Looking for a "Home for the Holidays" Dec. 17

    Irving Animal Services’ 'Home for the Holidays' Adopt-a-thon, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Dec. 17, is a great opportunity to find a new friend while making a companion animal's days brighter with a forever home. All adoptions that day will only be $15. Read on...
  3. Comfort and Joy Drive to Benefit Homeless Animals

    Bring Comfort and Joy to Shelter Animals

    Irving Animal Services' annual Comfort and Joy Drive is an opportunity to help provide items to comfort and feed shelter animals at the Irving Animal Care Campus this holiday season. Read on...
  4. Dog and cat looking at each other.

    Irving Residents Get Help Keeping Their Pets Healthy

    Irving Animal Services partners with local clinics to bring affordable pet spay/neuter and vaccination services to the Irving Animal Care Campus, 4140 Valley View Lane, for residents. Read on...

Proper ID, Microchipping Will Have Your Pet Home Sooner
Irving Animal Services is emphasizing the importance of pet identification. Microchipping is the most permanent solution. See a demonstration of the microchipping process, and find out how it can help get your dog or cat home more quickly. Microchips are available for $10 at the Irving Animal Care Campus. Microchipped pets get a discount on the city’s required pet registration.

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