TLC is a not for profit, low cost spay/neuter & vaccination clinic for cats & dogs
To book an appointment online click the MAKE AN APPOINTMENT button at the top right hand corner of the screen. You can also call 832-510-7622 or email Reggie@TexasLitterControl.org.
After you book your appointment, don’t forget to print and read the Pre-Operative instructions. These instructions detail directions, drop off and pick up times, important information about your pet’s care, and rabies information. You can also check out the Pricing links on the menu bar for a full list of prices, services, and hours of operation. TLC accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and cash as payment. TLC does not perform surgery on pets 6 years of age and older. Please visit out QUALIFICATION page for a full list of restrictions.
Texas Litter Control
Texas Litter Control would like to thank our 2014 charity calendar sponsors! Harvest Moon Cosmetics, SMART Animal Rescue, Jennings & Jennings, LLC, Infinity Title, OHTH.org, Camp Bow Wow, Black Global Promotional Products, Rummy’s Beach Club, and Weborization have sponsored our calendar to raise money for spay and neuter in your community. Thank you Tandoory Taco for providing the food for the launch party!!!
Texas Litter Control is Domestic Nonprofit Corporation in the State of Texas. TLC is a 501(c)3 public charity. All donations are deductible to the full extent allowed by law.
Notes from Reggie, Our CCO
TLC does fund-raisers throughout the year. We are always in need of gift baskets. If you would like to donate, just swing them past the TLC clinic during regular business hours. Thanks for the continued support!
Reggie Sellens, Chief Canine Officer
From The Learning Center
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