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Make a Donation to Carrollton Animal Services This Season

Post Date:12/05/2018 4:33 PM

Make-a-Donation-imageGive the gift that gives more by making a tax-deductible donation in someone’s name to the City of Carrollton Animal Services & Adoption Center.

We all have that hard-to-shop-for person on our holiday list. If you find yourself looking for gift ideas, make it easy while helping some furry friends through hard times. Consider donating to the Adoption Center over the holidays and support the care of animals in need.

All donations go directly to the care of the animals at the Center. In fact, $15 can buy food for 10 small dogs for one week; $25 can cover the cost of kitty litter for 15 cats for one week; and $120 can significantly offset major medical expenses of sick or injured animals brought into the shelter. Every donation counts and every dollar goes to the animals.

Options include engravable Tree of Life leaves in bronze for $15, silver for $25, or gold for $50 or more. This special program is designed to recognize our donors' support, no matter what size! Whether engraved with an individual’s name, a family name, a business name, or a loving tribute to a furry friend, supporters’ leaves are adhered to the wall display within the Center for one year with the option to renew the donation.

For larger gifts, donors can arrange for a name plaque on a cat cage for $60, a dog kennel for $120, or a Get to Know You room for $500.

Cash, check, and credit cards are all accepted. These donations offset the cost of care, veterinary services, and other special needs for the animals in Carrollton’s Adoption Center. 

Don’t forget the stocking stuffers! Be ready for 2019 with a Carrollton pet calendar. For just $10, you can support the animals in the shelter and enjoy 12 months of the City’s cutest fur babies.

For more information, or to donate, visit, call 972-466-3420, or stop by the Center at 2247 Sandy Lake Road.

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