There are animal sacrifices for Indra, Vayu, Agni, Prajapati and Shiva, etc in the Vedas.
For example, in the Ashvalayana Grihya Sutras:
1 1. Now the spit-ox (sacrificed to Rudra).
In autumn or in spring, under the (Nakshatra) Ârdrâ.
The best of his herd,
(An ox) which is neither leprous nor speckled;
In the Krishna Yajur Veda:
The barren goat is connected with all the gods. To Vayu should he offer it who desires wealth.
To sky and earth should he offer it [the barren goat] who in ploughing desires support.
To Agni and Soma should he offer it who desires, 'May I be possessed of food, an eater of food'.
To Sarasvati should he offer it who, being able to utter speech, cannot utter speech.
To Prajapati should he offer it who desires, 'May I gain that which has not been gained'.
Now, ancient Sri Vaishnava acharyas believe that Vishnu, since he is Brahman, is the actual recipient of sacrifices and not the Devas, so words like "Indra", "Agni", etc actually refer to Vishnu through either etymology (Indra means 'chief' or 'best') or through the principle known as Samanadhikaranyam, where the sacrifices actually propitiate the Devas, but Vishnu also who exists as the Antaryami of the Devas.
But my question is, are there any animal sacrifices specifically for Vishnu or Narayana by name?
Like any verses such as "He who desires prosperity should offer a goat to Vishnu"?