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Adoption Promotion 4-18-2014

$10 Dog Adoption Fees

April 18 & 19 

Dogs (excluding those in the Spot Peabody Room; limit two per household) at the Houston SPCA will be available to approved adopters for an adoption fee of $10 on April 18 & 19. The Houston SPCA will be closed on Sunday, April 20 for Easter.

Click here to view all of our adorable adoptable animals!

 

 

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Don't Give Live Animals

for Easter

Peter Cottontail, Bugs Bunny and Thumper are fictional characters adored by most children. In reality, baby bunnies (chicks and ducklings) are not only adorable, but also very fragile. They can be easily injured or killed by young children who may over-handle them or handle them incorrectly.  In addition, they have special dietary and housing needs in order for them to thrive. Parents should consider putting a cute, cuddly stuffed toy animal in their child’s Easter basket this year or making a donation in your child’s name to a local shelter, like the Houston SPCA, that provides care for unwanted Easter animals who become orphaned, abused or neglected.


A&M Award

Houston SPCA Receives Award

The Houston SPCA received the 2014 Bridges Teaching & Service Award from the Texas A&M University College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences on April 4th. This award is presented to those who have distinguished themselves with outstanding teaching and exemplary service to the College and/or University. 

Easter Closure v2

Closed Easter Sunday

The Houston SPCA will be closed on Easter Sunday.  Our 24-hour stray injured animal ambulance service will be operational and can be reached by calling 713-880-HELP (4357).

 

 


 

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