SPAY & NEUTER SERVICES
The only way to control cat and dog overpopulation and the needless deaths of animals is by decreasing birth rates. The best way to decrease birth rates is to promote spaying and neutering and providing it at an affordable cost. This has proven time and time again to be highly effective AND is one of the best things you can do for your pet to keep them healthy and happy.
The SPOT Clinic is first and foremost a low cost spay and neuter clinic that is available to everyone, regardless of income or residency. However, during your pet's spay/neuter procedure, we can provide other routine services at a significant discount.
While our prices may be low, we provide high quality spay and neuter services. However, in order to keep our prices lower, we work differently than your typical veterinary clinic; our surgeries are done faster and slightly different. This means that not every animal is a candidate for surgery at our clinic. Please call to further discuss the procedures we use and to confirm your pet is a good candidate for surgery with us.
Making an Appointment
To schedule an appointment, call 304-917-4275. No walk-ins.
Clinic hours are Tuesday and Thursday, 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
No food after 12:00 midnight the night before surgery. Pets may have water up until the time of surgery.
All dogs must be on a leash or in a carrier, and all cats must be in a carrier to enter the clinic. This is for everyone's safety and comfort. If you do not have a carrier for your cat, a cat box can be purchased at the Clinic for $5.
Feral cats MUST be in a COVERED humane trap or COVERED carrier. This will greatly reduce their stress.
You will receive instructions regarding the day of surgery via email upon comfirmation of your appointment time.
Feral Cat VS Stray Cat Information
A stray cat is one that has been previously domesticated to a household or human interaction but may now find themselves lost or abandoned and now living outside without an owner. A stray cat can transition back into a home life if given the opportunity.
A feral cat is a wild cat, often born outside, that is not tame and is not accustomed to human interaction or touch. It is almost impossible for a feral cat to be tamed into a pet or to live in close contact with humans as a house cat would.
NOTE: The nature and model of our clinic is high volume with focus on healthy, young breeding animals. Part of what allows us to run a high volume clinic is the speed of surgeries. Larger (over 70 lbs.) or overweight females pose a higher risk both pre- and post-operatively. For that reason we recommend you speak with your Veterinarian regarding the spay of a larger female dog or an older animal. If you are of low income, please contact our clinic so we may discuss options with you.
Cat - Male
Cat - Female
Dog - Male < 40 lbs
Dog - Male > 40 lbs
Dog - Female < 40 lbs
Dog - Female > 40 lbs and < 70 lbs
We do not offer spay services for females over 70 lbs
Free ecollar included with dog spay/neuter
Disposable cat boxes available for $5 + Sales Tax