Veterinarian Clinic in Fort Worth TX


Vaccination services include dog and cat vaccinations (DAPPV – the combination vaccine for parvo, distemper, hepatitis, parainfluenza, and respiratory disease), rabies, lepto, kennel cough, heartworm tests, flea/tick prevention, microchips, and nail trims. The spay neuter network also provides pet food to those in need on a walk-in basis.

Stacey Schumacher, the founder of TCAP, believes that by making spays and neuters affordable and accessible, her team can positively impact North Texas animal populations. TCAP is dedicated to this mission and strives to offer high-quality vaccines at low prices. The organization offers vaccines on Tuesdays in Fort Worth and Wednesdays in Garland. The TCAP website includes an activity book for families, teachers, and children that explains how vaccines prevent illness. It is available for download here.


Each year, millions of pets go missing and never make it back home. Microchipping is a simple, life-saving way to prevent this tragedy. A microchip is encoded with your pet’s vital information and injected beneath the skin (typically between the shoulder blades). It can be scanned by animal shelters or rescue groups, which can then contact you to return your pet to you.

Veterinarian Clinic in Fort Worth TX offers low-cost vaccines and wellness services including spay/neuter, rabies vaccinations, heartworm testing/prevention, deworming, flea/tick prevention and nail trims. They also deliver food monthly to a local pet food bank for owners who cannot afford to feed their pets.