As of June 2017, our amazing donors and clients have made 45,000 spay and neuter procedures possible. That is over 675,000 potentially unwanted dogs and cats that are not using the resources of our community. The difference you can make is exponential!
Find out more about the history of P.E.T.S., along with our organizational goals and how we hope to make an impact in Wichita Falls.LEARN MORE
P.E.T.S. offers services such as spays and neuters for dogs and cats, as well as vaccinations, heart worm prevention and free nail trims.LEARN MORE
P.E.T.S. programs benefit the Wichita Falls area and the pets we love. Learn more about how we serve the local pet community.LEARN MORE
The P.E.T.S. Spay and Neuter Clinic is located in historic downtown Wichita Falls near the Wee-Chi-Tah statue at Berends Landing. The clinic address is 500 Wichita Street, Wichita Falls, Texas, 76306. You can contact P.E.T.S. at anytime using 940.723.PETS (7387).
We are open for surgery on Mon – Thurs, please call for an appointment. P.E.T.S. is open from 10am to 2pm Monday – Thursday and the third Saturday of every month Noon-4pm (except December) for non-surgical services. No appointment necessary.
It's noisy of course. The workers are nice and efficient.
Affordable preventative healthcare service for your dogs and cats. Caring and friendly staff.
This place needs more clients, it already has a lot but this place needs support and more support they are great and working toward no kill for shelters, they are smart fast, and offer amazing prices for vaccinations and buster/spay for pets, if you have a pet, find this place 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟 🌟
At first the place looks run down, but it's run by volunteers and dog lovers. The price is always so affordable. This place makes Texas an animal loving state and I appreciate all the hard work that goes into p.e.t.s.
There needs to be mpre places like this. Great staff doing a very good deed. I recently had a dog fixed here. The Staff will sit down and talk with you about everything they offer. Didn't hesitate to give details about what can be done. Explain the pros and cons. It may not be a huge dent in over breeding but every little bit helps. Keep up the good work staff.