We are a nonprofit clinic with a mission to ensure every pet owner has access to spay/neuter services and preventive care for their pets. Spay Neuter Networks clinics are staffed by licensed, trained veterinarians and veterinary technicians, but we are not full-service veterinary providers. All of the services we offer are preventive and will keep your pets healthy, but we do not have the equipment or supplies to diagnose or treat sick or injured pets.
When you call or visit a Spay Neuter Network clinic, one of our caring veterinary technicians will walk you through our services to assist you in deciding what your pet needs. Please read carefully and call us with any questions.
*Sorry but we do not perform surgery on Great Danes, Dobermans, English Bulldogs, French Bulldogs, Whippets, Greyhounds or dogs 100 pounds and above. Cats and dogs less than 10 weeks or more than 7 years old will not be accepted for surgery due to increased risk of complications. Owners with Brachycephalic (flat-faced) dogs or cats should call before making an appointment. If dogs are actively in heat, they may be rescheduled for a later date, when they have finished their cycle.