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Big Fix for Big D service area expanded through March, 2015

(DALLAS, TX) January - March--The SPCA of Texas is excited to announce that, as a part of the Big Fix for Big D initiative, free spay and neuter surgeries, vaccinations and pet registration are now available to pets of low-income pet owners throughout the entire City of Dallas through the end of March of this year. Free spay and neuter surgeries and vaccinations are also extended to community cats in the City of Dallas during the same time period. This limited-time offer is available through the efforts of the four Big Fix for Big D partner organizations: Dallas Animal Services, Dallas Companion Animal Project, Spay Neuter Network and the SPCA of Texas.

Pet owners who reside in the City of Dallas and would like to take advantage of this limited-time offer can find more information on and make appointments by calling 214-742-7722. Caretakers of community cats should email for assistance. Owners and caretakers will need to provide proof of residency at the time of surgery.

Since April of 2012, Big Fix For Big D has provided spay and neuter services for more than 21,000 companion animals and community cats. The three-year project aims to reduce the number of stray cats and dogs while helping Dallas residents care for their companion animals in order to promote safe communities and make a dent in the homeless pet population in Dallas.

Since the initiative’s inception, the included services have been focused on specific zip codes across South Dallas to target the highest-need areas based on information gathered during the successful introduction of the program. This limited time expansion of the program has been extended to the entire City of Dallas to encourage city residents to spay or neuter, vaccinate and register their pets and spay or neuter and vaccinate community cats.

The Big Fix for Big D initiative is funded by the Companion Animal Funders Coalition, which includes The Dallas Foundation, The Meadows Foundation, PetSmart Charities®, The Rees-Jones Foundation, George & Fay Young Foundation, The Mike & Mary Terry Family Foundation and the Summerlee Foundation. The City of Dallas provides in-kind support for the project in the form of free pet registration. In-kind support has also been provided by The Marketing Arm, which created and produced an advertising campaign promoting the initiative.

For more information, visit

To schedule an appointment, call 214-742-7722.


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