What You Should Know Before Bringing Your Pet In For Surgery:

  1. Appointments are necessary.

  2. For safety purposes, animals are to be under control at all times.
  3. Cat owners: Please bring your cat in a carrier.
    Dog owners: Please have your dog on a leash when you enter the building.

  4. To prevent the inhalation of vomit while under anesthesia withold food and water the night before surgery.

    Dogs and cats 6 months&older:  No food or water for your pet after midnight the night before surgery.
    Puppies & kittens under 6 months: give half of what you normally feed and water.

  5. Drop off between 8am and 9am. for surgery.

  6. Rabies vaccination is required for all animals.  

    If your pet’s rabies vaccination is current, please bring the rabies certificate with you; a rabies tag alone is not sufficient.
    If your pet’s rabies vaccination is not current, we will provide this vaccination, for an additional fee, when your pet is spayed or neutered.

  7. Payment for all fees is due at the time of pick up.  We accept credit, debit, and cash

Note:  To receive spay/neuter services for your pet under one of our low-income grants, you must provide documentation that shows you receive public assistance or other income assistance. (Some examples: your last year's tax return, a bank statement that shows auto deposit of a government check, unemployment award letter, etc.) Please bring this documentation with you when you come for your appointment.