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

Program Overview

The intent of the Parker Paws Community Out Reach Program is to offer services and assistance to the community either free or at low cost. Projects within this program offering no cost/low cost medical services to residents in Parker County will be phased in and may require proof of income for eligibility. Pet health information, resources, and education will also be included in the scope of this program as it is expanded. The primary purpose of this program is to help reduce the population of unwanted pets and keep pets in their homes rather than surrendered to a shelter, rescue, or abandoned.

Microchip Clinic

1 in 3 pets will get lost. Without identification 90% won’t return home!

Parker Paws offers a low cost microchip clinic a few times per year to help reunite pets with their owners more quickly and help to reduce shelter overcrowding. Microchips are a convenient and safe way to make sure your pets make it home again, if the unexpected happens.

2021 Microchip Clinic Dates

March Clinic was a success with 19 pets microchipped!

Watch our social media pages for our future dates.

SNIP - Parker Paws Spay Neuter Initiative Program

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.