In partnership with Emancipet, the City of Austin sponsors mobile clinic services, which include a free rabies vaccination, collar and tag, microchip, and spay/neuter surgery for dogs and cats in Austin and Travis County. If you would like the current schedule for mobile clinics, click here for English or here for Spanish.
If you need transportation assistance for your animal within Travis County, contact:
You save money by caring for one pet versus its entire offspring
No more stray males hanging around your property to breed with your female
Siblings won’t breed with each other and/or their parents
No need to find homes for unwanted litters
Reduces aggression in male dogs and reduces tendency to roam
Males are less likely to mark and/or spray inside your home
No more mess to clean from females in heat
Females will not try to escape to go breed outside your home or property
Do you see stray cats in your neighborhood? Wonder how you can help them?
We have an answer! Austin Humane Society in partnership with Austin Animal Center has an exciting new program called Community Cats. This program uses a method called Trap-Neuter-Return or TNR. TNR with the Community Cats Program provides free sterilization, rabies vaccinations, and a place for cats to recover after surgery.
How does it work?
1. Pick up traps at Austin Humane Society or Austin Animal Center and get a quick lesson on how they work.
2. Set traps in your community.
3. Bring in trapped cats to be sterilized and vaccinated.
4. After recovery, pick up the cats and return them where they were found.