Why do I need to vaccinate my pets?
State of Texas requires that all pets be vaccinated for rabies.Vaccinations should be done after the dog/cat is three months and before it becomes 4 months old, with a booster shot given 12 months from the date of the first rabies vaccination. Re-vaccination thereafter is on an annual basis in accordance with city ordinance.A rabies vaccination certificate will be provided that identifies each pet that they are current on their vaccinations. Distemper, parvo and other disease vaccinations are given initially to puppies and kittens between 4 and 6 weeks of age. Your veterinarian will give you a proper vaccination schedule to follow for adequate protection for your pet. Distemper and parvo are almost always fatal and highly contagious. For the health and well being of your new family member, we highly encourage keeping current with their vaccinations.

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1. Does my animal require city licensing, and where can I purchase a city license?
2. Why do I need to vaccinate my pets?
3. Why do I need a heartworm preventative?
4. Who do I contact in order to have a dead animal removed from the street?
5. My neighbor has a large number of dogs in the rear yard which bark all night long. How can I get relief from the dog barking?
6. There are a number of stray cats roaming in our neighborhood, how can I have them removed?
7. There is a large stray dog roaming our neighborhood, how can I have it removed?