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Other Services



Easy Wind Drive #260 Austin, TX 78752

Mobile Clinic with Multiple Locations: see website for details and locations

Free services for homeless individuals with pets

Free Services on Mobile Clinic Free Days:

  • Spay/neuter

  • Rabies vaccine & microchip

  • Additional services at reduced cost

  • Line begins to form at 6am, 1st come, 1st serve

  • Rabies, DHPP, Leptospirosis, Bordetella, FVRCP, FeLV, FeLV/FIV test, heart worm test, flea/tick and heart worm preventive, Nail trims, de-wormer for puppies and kittens, microchipping and anal gland expression.


Thrive Affordable Vet Care
529 West Oltorf St Austin, TX 78704

Monday-Saturday: 8 am-6 pm

  • $10 vet appointments

  • $30 Nose-to-tail Pet Exam

  • Early morning drop offs allowed

  • Walk In’s are okay, but calling ahead is preferred


835 N. Pleasant Valley Rd | Austin, TX 78702

Monday – Thursday: 8:30AM – 8PM
Friday: 8:30PM-5PM
Saturday: 9PM-1PM

  • Primarily done through the street outreach team

  • Pet supplies – food, and are able to acquire more things if needed.

  • For clients 10-26 years old 


Pet Food Bank of Austin & Travis County</> (Email preferred)
(512) 288-4480              (512)453-7737

  • Website contains listing of participating agencies that the Pet Food Bank provides pet food to

  • Call the above numbers if you do not have internet access to see where you can pick up pet food. 


Pets Assisting the Lives of Seniors (PALS)
3227 East 5th Street
Austin, TX 78702


  • Provide services for dogs and cats only

  • Pets in home must be spayed/neutered already

  • Provide Pet Food Assistance

  • Provide Annual Veterinary Care

  • Provide services such as grooming and trap-neuter-release of stray and feral cats, all at no charge to clients. 


Austin Wildlife Rescue 

5401 E. MLK Jr. Blvd.
Austin, TX 78721

Monday – Sunday 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.

Important info for Wildlife Encounters:

Info for transporting Wildlife to intake canter:

  • Austin Wildlife Rescue rehabilitates and releases orphaned, sick, and injured wild animals and educates the public to coexist with wildlife.

We Need Your Support Today!

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