Animal Services News

  1. Man cuddles dog in front of Christmas tree.

    Adoptable Pets Looking for a "Home for the Holidays"

    Irving Animal Services’ 'Home for the Holidays' Adopt-a-thon is the week of Dec. 17-21, all pet adoption fees waived. It is a great opportunity to find a new friend while making a companion animal's days brighter with a forever home. Read on...
  2. Woman and beagle looking at falling snow.

    Cold Weather Pet Safety Tips

    Brrrr, its cold outside. During the winter months, pets are susceptible to the frigid cold temperatures just like their owners. Follow these tips to keep your pet warm and healthy this winter. Read on...
  3. Dog Howling Outside

    Pet's Excessive Barking, Howling can be a Nuisance to Neighbors

    Excessive barking, howling or other noises from animals kept on a resident’s property disturb the peace and quiet of surrounding neighbors. Read on...
  4. Woman holds cat in front of Christmas tree.

    Bring Comfort and Joy to a Shelter Animal

    This year, consider gifting comfort and joy to a shelter animal. During December, Irving Animal Services (IAS) will accept donations for its Comfort and Joy Drive at the Irving Animal Care Campus (IACC). 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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