Our Clinic

What is a spay/neuter?

A spay surgery is the surgical sterilization procedure for female animals and neuter surgery is the surgical sterilization procedure for male animals.

Animals who have been surgically sterilized, sometimes known as “fixed”,  will not be able to reproduce, which in turn will help control the animal population.

Routine spay & neuter clinic days are offered on select days each month and schedules may vary.

Spay & neuter services are done by appointment with the exception of feral cats.

All animals must be in good health and will be checked by the attending veterinarian before accepting them into surgery. No animals over the age of 7 will be accepted.

Please note that we do not accept snub-nosed breeds as they often require more specialized care while under anesthesia.



Maximum Family Income Limits

  • 1 person
  • 2 Persons
  • 3 Persons
  • 4 or More Persons

Our Programs

Detailed information regarding recommended vaccine schedules and monthly vaccine clinic information can be found here.

We also sell a variety of dewormer products & flea and tick preventatives. These products are only available for animals that have been seen within the year at either a spay/neuter clinic or vaccine clinic.