We will post updates to this page as information is released.
###APRIL 2 UPDATE: Our Fort Worth, Crandall, and Dallas clinics will be closed through April 11th. FLEA and HEARTWORM PREVENTION can be ordered ONLINE at this time by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
###MARCH 24 UPDATE: Our Fort Worth clinic will be closed through April 4th. Our Crandall clinic will be closed March 30 – April 4.
###MARCH 23 UPDATE: Our Dallas clinic will be closed through April 4th.
Dear Valued Customer,
Spay Neuter Network is not only committed to your pet’s health, but the health and well-being of the entire community. And just like you, we’ve been focused on doing things to keep our families, our staff, and our clients safe and healthy.
First and foremost, we want you to know that, at this time, there is currently no evidence that companion animals can become ill with COVID-19 or transmit the virus to humans. Similar to the precautions recommended to prevent human transmission, the World Organization of Animal Health currently recommends regular hand washing with soap and potable water before and after touching animals, their food, or their supplies.
Second, we plan to continue providing spay/neuter surgeries, vaccinations and other medical services for your dogs and cats but have implemented protocols to ensure the safety and well-being of everyone involved. Here’s what you need to know if you need our services.
- We have implemented extra cleaning protocols on doors, door handles, and counter tops at all three of our clinics.
- We have several options for getting your dog or cat to one of our clinics for their surgeries. After you schedule your appointment at spayneuternet.org, please choose one of the following options.
- Option 1: Come to the clinic. Go to the clinic on the morning of your appointment. Come to the clinic door. Staff will hand you your paperwork and ask you to wait in the car until it’s your turn to be processed.
- Option 2: Wait in the car. Go to the clinic on the morning of your appointment. Call the clinic when you arrive and let our staff know you are waiting in the car. We will bring your paperwork out to you and bring your pet into the clinic, so you don’t have to come inside.
- Crandall Clinic – 972-472-3500, ext. 101
- Dallas Clinic – 469-719-4933
- Fort Worth Clinic – 682-841-1917
- Option 3: Stay home. After you schedule your surgery appointment, schedule your pet on one of our transports. Our transport program picks up your dogs and cats in the morning for their surgeries and brings them back to you afterwards in the late afternoon. Visit spayneuternet.org for more details.
- If you are over 60 or are in a high-risk population for the corona virus, please call us 972-472-3500 and our staff will ensure safety precautions that address your needs.
- If you need flea and heartworm prevention during this time, we are happy to mail it to you. Call us at 972-472-3500 to place your order.
Finally, we want you to know that in everything we do, we’re guided by our mission: To eliminate pet overpopulation through spay/neuter services, while empowering communities to care responsibly for dogs and cats. We know it’s a scary time, but we still need to look out for our animal friends. Stay safe and let us know if we can help your pets.