Homeward Pet’s Public Spay & Neuter Clinic
We have temporarily paused our Public Spay & Neuter Program while we are in the process of hiring a new veterinarian. Please check back December 15, 2018, for January 2019 appointments!
Open on Mondays and offering low cost spay and neuter surgeries for dogs & cats of reduced income families in our community.
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We provide vaccinations and microchipping at the time of surgery for an additional cost (vaccinations are not provided as a standalone service).
Our Last Litter Program offers free spay surgeries for cats and dogs brought to our facility with adoptable litters. The mom will be altered and returned to its family, and the kittens or puppies will remain with Homeward Pet to be altered, vaccinated, microchipped and placed for adoption. Subject to available space.
Appointments are required. To make an appointment, call 425-488-4444, ext. 4010 or email Karin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Payment is due at time of drop-off. All animals will be returned to their guardians the same day as surgery.
Surgery Fees: The support of the Ann M. Hart Foundation has allowed Homeward Pet to reduce the fees charged for public spay & neuter surgeries.
|Dog Spay or Neuter – less than 80 lbs:||$50|
|Dog Spay or Neuter – 81lbs or more:||$65|
|Cat Spay or Neuter :||$5|
If your pet is pregnant, has a pyometra (infected uterus), or if one or both testicles have not descended (cryptorchid) – there will be an additional charge of $20.
Extra services available at time of surgery:
|(DHPP) Canine Distemper Combo Vaccine:||$15|
|(FVRCP) Feline Upper Respiratory Combo:||$15|
|Pain medication to go home:||$5|
* Small canine or feline
* Medium or large canine
Once you have scheduled your appointment, please print a copy of the check-in forms below. Bring the completed forms with you on appointment day to speed up the check-in process:
Pediatric Spay/Neuter of Dogs and Cats
The AVMA supports the concept of pediatric spay/neuter in dogs and cats in an effort to reduce the number of unwanted animals of these species. Just as for other veterinary medical and surgical procedures, veterinarians should use their best professional judgment based on the current scientific literature in deciding at what age spay/neuter should be performed on individual animals. The decision should be made by the animal’s owner in consultation with a veterinarian after discussing associated risks and benefits.
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