Mesquite Animal Services offers Halloween pet adoption special
SPCA OF TEXAS - PETSMART IN MESQUITE has dogs, puppies, cats, and kittens for adoption. Adopt a pet in Mesquite, TX.
Clear the Shelters Day is a national event with participating shelters waiving adoption fees in hopes of raising awareness and placing all adoptable pets into new homes. At last year's event, The City of Mesquite found new homes for 92 dogs and cats from the Mesquite Animal Shelter. All adopted pets were sterilized, vaccinated and microchipped.
The fee to register a pet is $5 for sterilized animals or $15 for non-sterilized animals. Proof of sterilization, such as a receipt for spay/neuter surgery, is required. Registration is valid for 12 months from the date of issuance. Registrations can be obtained at the City of Mesquite Animal Shelter and Adoption Center and most local veterinarians.
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Mesquite Animal Services hosts successful pet adoption event
August 16, 2014, Mesquite Animal Services took part in the largest adoption event ever held in the DFW area. Over 30 shelters in the metroplex opened their doors and waived adoption fees in hopes of raising awareness and getting all shelter animals placed into new homes. In all, 2,217 pets were adopted as part of this event. Mesquite Animal Shelter is proud to announce that 74 animals were adopted during the event: 17 cats and 57 dogs. Thank you to all of the adopters who have added a new member to their family on this day and to the staff and volunteers who pulled it all together!Mesquite Animal Services Supervisor Anne Simmons dries off a couple of collie mix puppies Monday. The Mesquite shelter is one of a large number of Metroplex facilities gearing up for a Clear the Shelter Day on Aug. 15. The event will offer free adoptions to prospective pet owners. Pet adoption: Our next pet adoption in Mesquite is November 14, 2015 from 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in Suite 1 at 150 N. Yucca Street.I would ask the public to consider not forming their opinion of our shelter staff on one 22-second video and some photos captured on one Saturday afternoon, of one dog after it had just vomited. Instead, I would ask the public to consider all the actions taken by our staff in regards to the care for this specific dog and all the wonderful success stories of pet adoptions. Thousands of animals in Mesquite have made their way to a loving home due to the dedication and determination of the Mesquite Animal Shelter employees."