Here’s a list of low cost vets or services that our local animal community has recommended. Please feel free to contact us with any recommendations you have for competitively low cost vets that are willing to work with individual rescuers and animal lovers on a tight budget, and or people who do not have the resources to provide for their pets’ basic veterinary care.
Please keep in mind that this list is not a list of GDO recommended services, rather a compilation of recommendations from the community. Please do your own due diligence on these clinics and vets and make sure you are comfortable with estimates and pricing before services are rendered.
If the businesses, clinic, or shelters have a website, we’ve included a hot link to their website – just click on the name.
LOW COST VET CLINICS
Animal Clinic of Farmers Branch – 972-247-2221 / 14021 Denton Dr, Farmers Branch, TX
Country Brook Animal Clinic –Hwy 78 in Garland. Offers Care Credit
Outreach Medical Clinic – 9995 Monroe Dr #201 Dallas, TX 75229. Open Friday’s 8 am for surgical PT’s. And 2-6 for vaccination and out patient visits.
Mission Vet / Dr. Wood – 214-357-3573 / 6125 Denton Drive (Denton Drive and Maple) Mission Vet is where Angie Manriquez takes a lot of W. Dallas dogs. They are affiliated with City Vets but do low cost.
SPCA of TEXAS – Keep in mind that SPCA clinics are not outfitted as emergency clinics. They are limited to what they can do as they are primarily as wellness and spay neuter clinic.
The SPCA of Texas features three spay/neuter and animal wellness clinics, two in Dallas and one in McKinney. Their focus is low-cost spay/neuter surgeries, annual exams, vaccines, heartworm preventive and preventative care for pets whose owners are indigent and/or do not have the resources to provide for their pets’ basic veterinary care.
The SPCA of Texas is able to provide subsidized savings on their clinic services thanks to the generosity of donors and sponsors. This savings allows clients to care for their pets using low-cost co-pays.
As part of the SPCA of Texas’ Community Pet Program South Dallas Initiative, these 23 zip codes are eligible for FREE spay, neuter, vaccinations, and microchipping: 75116, 75134, 75203, 75207, 75208, 75210, 75211, 75212, 75215, 75216, 75217, 75223, 75224, 75226, 75227, 75232, 75233, 75236, 75237, 75241, 75253, 75228 and 75249. Call the main number for an appointment: 214-742-SPCA (7722)
Penny Paws – Offers easily accessible basic healthcare needs for cats, dogs, puppies and kittens. They can vaccinated against major canine and feline diseases, including Rabies, and test for Heartworm disease, Microchipping, nails trimming, and prescription medications to prevent Heartworm disease and flea/ticks are also available.
LOW COST VACCINATION CLINICS
The SPCA of Texas offers low cost vaccinations with an office visit, and low cost vaccination events that do not include an office visit charge on event days. Both are offered at all of their locations as well as mobile vaccination events across the city of Dallas. Check their website for locations, dates, and prices. Click the links for pricing and contact info for each clinic location.
Hillside Vet Clinic
6150 E. Mockingbird Lane
Dallas, TX 75214
Low Cost Vaccination clinic (click here for pricing)
Every Sunday from 2pm-5pm / Walk In-No Appointment Needed
The low cost vaccination clinic will be held upstairs on the 2nd floor of Hillside Veterinary Clinic.
Canyon Creek Animal Clinic
2717 Custer Parkway
Richardson, TX 75080
1st Sunday of the month from 2pm-5pm (click here for pricing)
24 HOUR / EMERGENCY VETS
Hillside Vet Clinic – 214-824-0397. Open 24/7 – doesn’t charge emergency fees
SPCA of Texas has two clinics in Dallas and one in McKinney. They offer heartworm preventive and preventative care.
Texas Coalition for Animal Protection (TCAP) offers low cost heartworm tests and heartworm/flea/tick preventative.
SPAY and Neuter Network offers heartworm tests and heartworm/flea/tick preventative.
Vaccination Station provides low cost heartworm testing and prevention and flea control. The vaccination station rotates locations so click the link to view the schedule.
SPAY/NEUTER and MICROCHIPPING
The Spay and Neuter Network has low cost mobile clinics all over the area. They offer low cost spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip, heartworm tests and heartworm/flea/tick preventative. Check the schedule to see when the mobile clinic will be in your area. If you live in South Dallas, 23 zip codes are eligible for free spay/ neuter, vaccination, and microchipping: 75116, 75134, 75203, 75207, 75208, 75210, 75211, 75212, 75215, 75216, 75217, 75223, 75224, 75226, 75227, 75232, 75233, 75236, 75237, 75241, 75253, 75228 and 75249.
Texas Coalition for Animal Protection (TCAP) offers low cost spay/neuter, vaccinations, microchip, heartworm tests and heartworm/flea/tick preventative.
SPCA of Texas has two clinics in Dallas and one in McKinney. The focus is low-cost spay/neuter surgeries, annual exams, vaccines, heartworm preventive and preventative care. If you live in South Dallas, 23 zip codes are eligible for free spay/ neuter, vaccination, and microchipping: 75116, 75134, 75203, 75207, 75208, 75210, 75211, 75212, 75215, 75216, 75217, 75223, 75224, 75226, 75227, 75232, 75233, 75236, 75237, 75241, 75253, 75228 and 75249.
Big Fix for Big D offers free spay/neuter, vaccinations and registration for dogs and cats in select Dallas zip codes. This program may have been completely discontinued….we’ll update when we know more.
Vaccination Station provides low cost vaccinations, heartworm testing and prevention and flea control. The vaccination station rotates locations so click the link to view the schedule.
Live in Fort Worth? The Humane Society of North Texas (HSNT) will fix your owned dog or cat for free.
North Texas Spay Neuter Coalition – 877-FIX-SPOT
Feral Friends (972) 671-0429
FINANCIAL AID, FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE, and MEDICAL FUNDS
Lucy Fund “was established to assist people who cannot afford needed veterinary expenses, and who without financial assistance would have to surrender their beloved pets to a shelter.”
There are many animal welfare organizations that can help out with vet bills, either with low-cost care, loans, or grants. Here are a few dog breed-specific veterinary care assistance programs:
- Special Needs Dobermans
- Labrador Harbor
- Labrador Lifeline
- WestieMed (West Highland White Terriers)
- Pyramedic Trust (Great Pyrenees)
Doggie Food Bank – North Texas Pet Food Pantry provides pet foods to area food pantries and individual families in need. They provide pet food assistance to individuals with temporary loss of income and for the care of companion animals in emergency and crisis situations.
For seniors’ pets – Seniors’ Pets Assistance Network (SPAN) The mission of the SPAN is to serve the needs of Dallas County low-income seniors, 67 years and older with basic veterinary care and pet food.
Here’s a list of organizations pulled together by the American Dog Magazine. Each group has its own rules and process for application. Check each site for more information. Click here to see a larger version of the image.
Crowdfunding can be used to raise money for veterinary assistance. This is achieved by raising many small amounts of money from a large number of people. Check out the following websites to see if they can help you solve your pet care issues.