Shelter Pet's Best Friend

We encourage the adoption of pets from shelters and rescue groups. Each pet adopted is a life saved. We offer a complimentary well pet exam for any dog or cat adopted from a shelter (complimentary well pet exam must be within 7 days of adoption and does not include testing or treatment that might be needed).

There are millions of dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens in our animal shelters and humane societies. Most of these potential pets are friendly and lovable and just need a human companion to share their home with them. The sad truth, though, is the vast majority of these pets will never get adopted and will not leave the shelter. Their last home is the concrete and steel dog runs or the stainless steel cages of the animal shelter.

So knowing this, what keeps people from flocking to the shelters to adopt these sad little dogs and cats, anxiously awaiting a new home? One word – disease. People are afraid these pets will have contracted a serious illness during their stay at the animal shelter. While this happens on occasion, we are usually able to help them get over their illness and live long happy lives with their new owner.

So who is the shelter pet's best friend? You are -- the public. Without your willingness to take a chance, these animals have no chance. Most will do just fine once adopted. They may temporarily have a cough or sneeze or an intestinal bug, but these things generally clear up easily with a little medical assistance. Their future is in your hands. Thank-you for being the shelter pet's best friend.

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Plano Animal Clinic

3205 Alma, Ste 415
Plano, TX 75075

Phone: (972) 422-5116

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