2222 W. Warrior Trail, Grand Prairie, TX 75052
Phone: 972-237-8575 | Fax: 972-237-8579
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Grand Prairie Animal Services and Prairie Paws Adoption Center encourage responsible pet ownership and maintain a safe city by offering field enforcement services, educational programs and pet adoptions for Grand Prairie residents.

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$10 Cat Adoptions Every Saturday in November

Every Saturday of November you can adopt a cuddly cat for just $10 at Prairie Paws! It's the purrfect time of year to adopt a cuddle buddy.

Included in your $10 adoption fee:
• Spay/neuter of animal before going home
• Treatment for fleas & ticks
• Preliminary vaccinations and de-worming
• Overall wellness check
• Feline Leukemia Test
• Microchip
• Complimentary bag of Nature’s Select cat food

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Opt to Foster!

We are always seeking superheroes to join our awesome foster team. Together, we can make a difference! We offer a variety of different options. You can foster short-term or long-term. Find out more

If you are unsure about fostering, try our Rover Sleepover program with the Home for Hounds dogs! Help the dogs decompress from the shelter for a few nights (usually over the weekend). Research has shown that dogs need time out of the shelter every once in a while to help with stress. Find out more.

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Home for Hounds

Looking for a dog that's already trained? Take a look at our hounds in the Home for Hounds program! The dogs are being trained for five weeks at the Dallas County Jail by the inmates under the direction of a professional dog trainer.  

Prairie Paws Adoption Center expects that the dogs placed into this program can and will benefit from socialization, companionship, and lots of one-on-one training. It also allows the assigned offender caretakers to learn the same skills while being responsible for the overall success of the dog.