Texas Litter Control is a not for profit, low cost spay/neuter and vaccination clinic for cats and dogs
To book an appointment online click the MAKE AN APPOINTMENT button at the top right hand corner of the screen. Register, then follow the prompts.
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.
We are located at 150 Pruitt Road Suite H, Spring 77380. We are off of the south bound side of I-45 just south of the Rayford/Sawdust exit. Turn right onto Pruitt Road which is the first street just past the Texaco station. We are located in the trailer in front of the strip center on the right hand side of Pruitt Road. Se habla Espanol. Call 832-510-7622 or make an appointment online. Check out the links here for a full list of prices, services, and hours of operation. TLC accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and cash as payment.
We appreciate your pet vaccination and wellness business! Did you know that our wellness services help keep our surgery prices low cost?
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
Macy’s Shop for a Cause
SAVE money and Support Texas Litter Control
Every year Macy’s chooses local non profit organization to take part in their annual shop for a cause event! Texas Litter Control will be selling the 25% savings passes for the event on Saturday August 24th 2013. TLC keeps all the proceeds from the sales and you SAVE 25 % on regular, sale & clearance items _ even most brands usually excluded!
You can purchase the passes at the clinic, at upcoming events ( see Events page) or email us at Crivera@texaslittercontrol.org.
*** Low Prices at TLC & Saving Passes for Macy’s*** Saving You money makes my day!
From The Learning Center
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