Animal Services News

  1. Kittens at the Irving shelter - June 2016

    Spring Brings a Flood of Kittens to Irving Animal Services

    Irving Animal Services (IAS) is looking for people willing to care for young kittens until they are eight to 10 weeks old, when they can be returned to the shelter to be spayed/neutered and adopted. Read on...
  2. Ruthie is a gray cat with amber eyes who was adopted by a foster.

    Adopt, Volunteer, Foster for Pawfect Lifetime Moments

    Excited tail wags, cuddle sessions and tongues-out smiles are some of the special moments Irving Animal Services’ (IAS) pets give their families. Shelter pets, whether adopted or fostered, bring joy and laughter to their homes and a lifetime of memories. 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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