Reducing pet overpopulation and shelter overcrowding, 1 pet at a time!

Program Overview

Parker Paws offers services and assistance to residents of Parker County either free or at low cost to help reduce the population of unwanted pets and to keep pets in their homes rather than have them surrendered to a shelter, rescue, or abandoned.

The growth of our Community Outreach efforts includes offering pet health information, resources, and education.

**Projects within our program may require proof of income for eligibility.


Support Parker Paws

Support Parker Paws in our proactive approach to animal welfare. Your sponsorship of our Spay Neuter Incentive Program helps control pet overpopulation. Donate today and be a part of the solution!






Parker Paws SNIP

Spay Neuter Incentive Program

In 3 years, and as early as 4 months old, 1 unspayed female and 1 unneutered male, can produce 512 dogs and 382 cats.

The purpose of the spay and neuter incentive program (SNIP) is to implement an effective low-cost or no-cost spay/neuter program in Parker County in an effort to help reduce the overwhelming overpopulation problem with companion dogs and cats in the area.

Parker Paws offers low-cost/no-cost spays/neuters ranging from $0-$20, to the community and sponsors the remaining balance ranging from $80-$100 to our partnered vet clinics.

All applicants are required to have their pets up-to-date with a rabies certificate. Parker Paws does not pay for this vaccine or any additional services at this time.


Vet Partners






APPLICATIONS CLOSED!! Due to the overwhelming response, we have filled the limited spots available for this month's special and closed applications. Everyone that submitted an application will be contacted. Thank you for your commitment to helping end pet overpopulation in North Texas! Keep watching our social media for future specials. July's SNIP Special is $20 spays. Weatherford Animal Clinic dates, July 15th - 19th. Millsap Clinic dates, July 22nd - 26th.

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February 2024