Walk-in clients are welcome, however, appointments are preferred. Emergency cases shall always receive top priority followed by patients with previously scheduled appointments.
We require full payment at the time that services are rendered.
For your convenience, we accept Visa, MasterCard, cash and personal checks.
For safety reasons, your cat must be presented in an appropriate cat carrier or on a leash while in the waiting area.
The Cat Hospital of Coppell is located at 809 South MacArthur Boulevard in Suite 400. Our hospital is on the southwest corner of MacArthur and Belt Line Rd. behind the McDonald's.
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Pet registration guidelines were established to help reduce the number of lost pets held at the Irving Animal Shelter by ensuring a quick return to their owners. A reduced fee is offered to those who microchip and/or have their pets altered.
All dogs and cats over the age of 4 months must be registered. For a registration application, visit the Irving Animal Shelter (100 N. Briary Road, Irving, Texas, 75038) or download the form online at » www.petdata.com . A current rabies vaccination certificate issued by any Texas veterinarian is required for registration.
|When will I need to register my pet?
Residents of Irving, Texas will need to register their pets beginning June 1, 2008.
|How do I register my pet?
Residents can register their pets online at » www.petdata.com or you can visit Irving Animal Services (100 N. Briary Road) from 9:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday and noon to 4 p.m. on Saturday.
Participating area veterinarian offices will provide self-addressed envelopes for voluntary mail-in registration. Residents should mail a copy of a current rabies certificate, microchip information (if applicable) along with the appropriate fee in the self-addressed envelope.
|Which pets must be registered?
Dogs and cats ages 4 months and older need to be registered annually.
|What are the Pet Registration Fees?
The fees for registering each companion animal are:
|How will I get my pet's registration tag?
Those who register their pets online or by mail will receive tags through the mail by Petdata.
Those who register their pets in person at Irving Animal Services will be provided tags at the time of registration.
|How often will I have to register my pet?
Pets will need to be registered annually.
**In response to public input regarding pet registration, the city implemented changes to the guidelines November 1, 2008:
Three-year registration cycle available if pet has three-year rabies vaccination.
NOTE: The Cat Hospital of Las Colinas uses a one-year PureVax Rabies vaccine. Dr. Hague has found this to be the safest vaccine on the market. There is an agent that exists in the three-year vaccine that could potentially cause problems in cats. Therefore, an annual rabies vaccine is recommended for all felines.
The fees are the same for both one and three-year registration.
Residents 65 years of age and older and/or disabled residents must register their pets, but are exempt from registration fees.
Residents may pay online at » www.petdata.com or in person at Irving Animal Services.