Real Texans Don't Litter.....
Spay & Neuter Your Pets!
Pregnancy, heat and some diseases significantly increase surgical risk. Texas Litter Control highly recommends waiting until your dog is not in heat to get her spayed due to the increased risk of complications.
The State of Texas requires that all pets must be current on their rabies shots at the time of surgery. You must bring in the rabies CERTIFICATE at CHECK IN.
Texas Litter Control does not serve aggressive dogs. We do not discriminate against breeds. If your dog cannot be handled safely by strangers or is seriously dog aggressive, we cannot perform services. The safety of our staff and patients is our first priority!
All of our wellness services are available while your pet is here for surgery. We appreciate your pet vaccination and wellness business! Did you know that our wellness services help keep our surgery prices low cost?
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TLC Charges what it costs us to stay open...
Charges are all inclusive. There are no hidden fees. Here are a few ways you can save even more money!
- Put your dog on heartworm prevention before he/she is 6 months of age and you don't have to pay for a heartworm test!
- Your pet gets a Vet exam with surgery so if you want to perform a service that requires a Vet exam ie. heartworm testing, prescription flea prevention, heartworm prevention, prescription deworming, etc. order it with your spay/neuter surgery.
Many people want to know how we cost so much less than a full service Veterinarian. We are a not for profit clinic, so we charge what it costs us to stay open. We do not have the overhead a full service Vet clinic has so we are limited on the services we can provide. Our mission is to provide low cost spay/neuter and vaccination services to the public in an effort to keep unwanted litters of kittens and puppies out of shelters (and if they do end up in a shelter, hopefully they will stay healthy.)