5399 Warren Pkwy
Frisco, TX 75034
Mon-Fri 7AM-8PM
Sat 8AM-4PM, Sun 10AM-2PM
Call Us: (972) 715-1890

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Collin County Animal Shelter

The City of Frisco uses the Collin County Animal Shelter for domestic animal intakes.

The Collin County Animal Shelter coordinates all adoptions.  You may contact the employees at the shelter to learn more.  They work with numerous rescue groups who also oversee adoptions for them.

Pet Adoptions
The Collin County Animal Shelter handles all adoptions.  They partner with numerous rescue groups to help adopt pets.  Check out the link below to view animals at the shelter.

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Join us for a FREE Overnight Stay!

We would like to invite your pet to stay with us overnight for FREE!

Our boarding area is equipped with large open runs for patient comfort. These kennels are also climate controlled and monitored by team members. We have smaller holding areas for our little patients who need a place to stay.

Your pets will be examined by a Veterinarian if any health concerns arise while boarding. We also will keep all pet boarders current on vaccinations. This area also includes a food prep area for preparing meals and diets for our boarders.

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Frisco Animal Control

Animal Control delivers effective, courteous, and responsive animal care and control services to the residents of Frisco. Animal Control accomplishes the goals of protecting public safety and ensuring animal welfare through compassionate, responsive, professional enforcement of the laws and public policy.

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Frisco Humane Society Dog Wish List

The Frisco Humane Society is in need of the following items for their dogs:
•Old towels and blankets (doesn't matter what condition as long as clean)
•Kibble dog food (unopened)
•Canned dog food
•Dog Beds
•Collars
•Leashes
•Harnesses
•Dog Toys

 

To learn more about FHS, go to: www.friscohumanesociety.com

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Pets, Candy and Xylitol

FDA Warns Pet Owners on the Dangers of Xylitol Ingestion in Dogs and Ferrets

The Food and Drug Administration is cautioning consumers about the risks associated with the accidental consumption of xylitol by dogs and ferrets. Xylitol is a sugar alcohol approved for use in many common products, including sugar-free baked goods, candy, oral hygiene products, and chewing gum.

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New Puppy Tips 2013

Legacy Veterinary Hospital suggests a few tips for the newest member of your family.
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Spay or neuter your dog. This reduces the chances of cancer of the reproductive organs.

Provide your dog a collar with ID tags and discuss microchipping with your veterinarian. His ID tags and microchip could be his only chance of returning home to you.

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Dental Month Special!

Call to schedule your pet's cleaning today!

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Hurry... space is limited!

Keeping your pet's teeth and gums in good shape has many more benefits than just fresh breath. Regular cleanings and a few minutes of brushing each week can help give your pet a longer, healthier life.

Most dogs and cats develop dental disease by 3 years of age.   

The faster dental disease is treated, the easier it is to manage.

Warning signs to look for in your pet:

   ·   Bad breath

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FREE Client Education Classes

FREE Client Education Classes LEGACY VETERINARY HOSPITAL and BARK BUSTER'S

have joined forces to offer our clients FREE educational classes.

Sunday, July 29, 4 - 6 pm
Topics:  10 Things Every Dog Owner Should Know and Understanding Your Dog's Body Language

Please do not bring your pet to the class as we have limited space.  Bark Buster's will provide you with the education to better understand and communicate with your pet. Refreshments will be provided.

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