Animal Services News

  1. Nesting Great Blue Heron with baby.

    The Challenge Migratory Birds Pose for Irving Residents

    Nesting birds – herons, egrets and other nesting water birds – bring challenges such as noise, odor and significant amounts of excrement that covers streets, sidewalks, cars and mailboxes on public and private property. Read on...
  2. Coyote

    Steps to Avoiding Coyote Encounters

    Many residents have reached out to Irving Animal Services (IAS) expressing concerns about coyote attacks. While IAS hasn't had any reported attacks in Irving, staff would like to remind residents of a few easy steps they can take to stay safe. Read on...
  3. Post-Operative Care Guidelines for Pets

    Post-Operative Care Guidelines for Pets

    Proper pet care is important after any surgery, including spaying and neutering. Follow these guidelines to avoid serious injury and maintain optimum health. Read on...
  4. Woman walking her dog at night.

    Safety Tips for Nighttime Dog Walking

    The daylight is shorter but you can still enjoy an evening stroll through the neighborhood with your beloved pet. Read on...

Money-Saving Pet Health Service

For Irving residents, keeping a pet healthy doesn't have to cost an arm and a leg. Through programs offered at the Irving Animal Care Campus, pet owners can save hundreds of dollars on low-cost vaccinations, wellness checks and spay/neuter services,as well as free rabies vaccinations and microchipping. For more information, visit the Events at the IACC page.

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