You can help your pet live a longer, healthier, and happier life! One of the most important decisions you can make is to spay (female) or neuter (male) your pet. By spaying or neutering your pet, you will help control the pet homelessness problem by preventing accidental litters. There are also medical and behavioral benefits to spaying and neutering your animals.
Veterinary Clinic Information *ACHS does not endorse any of these clinics specifically. This list is for your information only.
Adams Marquette Veterinary Service
This clinic is located in Oxford, WI, and offers reasonable prices for having your pet spayed or neutered. The staff is friendly and very knowledgeable. Their number is 608-586-5768 www.adamsmarquetteveterinaryservice.com
Underdog Vet Services
Underdog Vet Services is located in Madison and offers expanded vet services five days a week. These services include wellness checks, vaccines, blood work, dental cleanings, spay and neuter surgeries, and surgical mass removals. They also have x-ray and diagnostic capabilities on-site. *By appointment only. Underdog is able to take same-day appointments on a limited basis. Their number is 608-268-7060
WisCARES provides low cost veterinary care and social services for pet owners who have low income or are experiencing homelessness. Wellness services are offered by appointment only and include exams, spay/neuter, core vaccines, dental services, lab testing, flea/tick prevention and medications.
This program is through the University of Wisconsin - School of Veterinary Medicine. In order to become a client of WisCARES, you are required to submit verification that you are low income or homeless. Check out their website for more information firstname.lastname@example.org call 608-262-3950 to find out if you qualify.
Wisconsin Community Veterinary Center
The WCVC Spay Me Clinic is located in Madison, WI, and offers low-cost options for spaying and neutering your pet. Transportation for your pet to their clinic can be provided with their various pickup points throughout the state.
WCVC performs high volume spay/neuter 4 days a week for both the public and over 60 area animal shelters, rescues, and humane societies. We firmly believe that spaying and neutering is crucial for your pets health and can greatly benefit your pet, your family, and your community. By having your pet spayed or neutered, you are able to help control pet overpopulation, protect them against serious health problems, and help reduce or even eliminate the chance of many behavioral issues from developing.
Head over to their website for prices and pickup locations www.spayme.com or call (608) 224-1400 for more information.