Low-Cost Vaccine Clinic

February 24 | 10 am to 12 pm

Little Elm Animal Shelter
1605 Mark Tree Lane
Little Elm, TX 75068

Little Elm, TX – [Feb 7, 2024] – Texas Coalition for Animal Protection (TCAP), Friends of the Little Elm Animal Shelter (FLEAS), Community Waste Disposal (CWD), and Little Elm Angels Foundation (LEAF) are partnering to provide free microchips for cats and dogs from 10 am to 12 pm on February 24th.

The initiative aims to keep pets and their people together by subsidizing the cost of this vital service for pet owners.

“We are thrilled to partner with Friends of the Little Elm Animal Shelter, Community Waste Disposal, and Little Elm Angels Foundation to bring this special event to the community,” said Stacey Schumacher, TCAP Executive Director. “At TCAP, our mission is to end pet overpopulation and euthanasia. This event directly correlates to our mission by ensuring lost pets can return home and aren’t euthanized in overloaded shelters.”

According to microchip manufacturer HomeAgain, one in three pets will go missing during their lifetime. Without proper ID, 90% won’t return home.

In addition to free microchipping, TCAP will offer low-cost vaccinations and wellness services for cats and dogs during the Little Elm Animal Shelter, 1605 Mark Tree Lane event. Pet owners can acquire their pet’s rabies vaccine for only $5.

Microchips at TCAP are typically $30 — around 80% less than full-service vet clinics. However, due to generous funding by FLEAS and Little Elm Angels Foundation, microchips will be offered to Little Elm area pets at no cost. This offer includes the lifetime registration of the microchip via HomeAgain’s National Pet Recovery Database.

Learn more about this event and the annual vaccines recommended for your pet at texasforthem.org.

About Texas Coalition for Animal Protection (TCAP):

Texas Coalition for Animal Protection is a nonprofit organization committed to providing high-quality, low-cost veterinary services to underserved communities. With a focus on spay/neuter surgeries and preventive care, TCAP seeks to reduce pet overpopulation and improve animal welfare across Texas. Through its eight North Texas locations, more than 40 offsite travel locations, and educational initiatives, TCAP strives to make a significant and lasting impact on the lives of


Wellness Services

General Dewormer (Strongid-T)— $5

Tapeworm Dewormer (Droncit)— $15

Triheart Plus (6-month supply)— $30-40

Trifexis (6-month supply)— $115

1 mo. dose flea/tick treatment— $12

3 mo. dose flea/tick treatment— $30

Bravecto 12 week flea/tick treatment— $50

Home Again Microchip— $15

Nail Trim*— $15


Rabies— $5

Bordetella— $10

DAPPv— $10

Leptospirosis— $10

Lyme— $15

Canine Influenza (H3N8/H3N2)— $20

Heartworm Test— $20


FeLV— $10

FHCPCh— $10

FeLV/FIV Test— $10


  • Heartworm prevention can only be prescribed after the pet receives a negative heartworm test administered by TCAP.

  • We accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, and cash as payment.

  • All dogs must be on a tight leash for the safety of your pet and other clients and their pets.

  • All cats must be in a hard-sided carrier.

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