News Flash

Posted on: May 5, 2021

Residents Encouraged to Microchip Pets

A young woman walks with a dog at the entrance of the Irving Animal Care Campus.

May is National Chip Your Pet Month, and Irving Animal Services (IAS) reminds residents about the importance of microchipping pets.

A small electronic chip, the size of a grain of rice, can quickly assist in reuniting a lost pet with its owner. A microchip...

Read on...

Animal Services
Posted on: May 7, 2021

Parks and Trail Tips for Pet Owners

A Hispanic family walks their leashed dog on a park path.

Now that spring is here, many residents will take their four-legged friend to the park and on the trails. Irving’s Parks and Recreation Department encourages pet owners to follow these tips when visiting a city park or trail.

Pick Up Pet Waste

Pet owners sh...

Read on...

Animal Services
Posted on: April 7, 2021

IAS Volunteers Give Animals a Second Chance

Man cuddles an orange tabby cat.

Irving Animal Services (IAS) depends on volunteers to help provide loving care and give animals a second chance at love and happiness.

People interested in volunteering with IAS can apply at the Irving Animal Care Campus, 4140 Valley View Lane, or online a...

Read on...

Animal Services
Posted on: February 24, 2021

Do Your Pets Wear an ID Tag? They Should

Small dog in a field of bluebonnets.

Nothing makes an Irving Animal Services officer happier than reuniting a lost pet with its owner. To ensure more pets are returned to their families quickly and without incident, Irving Animal Services (IAS) employs its S.O.S.: “Strays off the S...

Read on...

Learn more about Microchipping Animal Services