There is a low cost spay, neuter and vaccination clinic on Tuesday in Texarkana. Schedule your appointment today. This will be the last clinic held in Texarkana this year so take full advantage of the opportunity to have your pet fixed before the neighbor's dog digs under your fence and things happen.

The Tuesday clinics are operated by the Animal Protection League from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Tractor Supply parking lot behind Taco Bell, Burger King and Hooters on Stateline Avenue.

The low cost spay and neuter clinic is by appointment only. You should make your appointments at least one week in advance. Dogs over 30 pounds are scheduled further out so please call soon to schedule your appointment: 903-440-4911.

Low cost vaccinations, heartworm and flea medications, micro-chips, nail trimming and other services will be available at the clinic on a walk-in basis.

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Animal Protection League

The Low-Cost Pet Vaccination Clinic is operated by the Animal Protection League which is based out of Sulphur Springs, Texas.

Vaccinations are available on a walk-in basis as are products for heartworm and flea prevention.

Appointments must be made in advance for spay and neuter services. Dogs over 80 pounds need to visit one of the stationary clinics for spay or neuter.

To make an appointment to have your pet spayed or neutered, visit or call 903-440-4911.

This clinic is not set up as competition for our vets in Texarkana. It is as a low cost alternative for pet owners who cannot otherwise afford the services.

This is a great opportunity to get your pets updated on vaccinations. Protecting your pets from diseases is very important as well as preventing them from reproducing over and over. Our local shelters are full from dogs and cats in our neighborhoods that have not been fixed.

If you need heartworm prevention, you will need to provide proof that your pet has tested negative within the past year or pay a reduced fee of $20 to have your pet tested.

Animal Protection League is a non-profit organization that was formed in 1984 in the State of Texas as an animal rescue and adoption agency. In May of 1996, they reorganized and began operating a low cost spay/neuter and vaccination program which is located in Sulpher Springs, Texas. In January of this year, the league was able to purchase a 20' surgical trailer to allow the clinic to hit the road and visit surrounding communities.