If my pet is sick or injured, can I bring them to you?
Yes, we see sick and injured pets Monday - Friday 7am -5pm. After hours, please contact the closest emergency hospital.
Improved health and longer life: Scientific research shows that spayed and neutered pets live longer and are less likely to develop certain forms of cancer and infections.
Reduced behavioral problems: Spaying or neutering your pet can reduce undesirable behaviors such as spraying, roaming, aggression, and mounting.
Help stop shelter euthanasia: Over 5,000 healthy and adoptable cats and dogs are needlessly put down every year in the Shenandoah Valley.
By having your pet spayed or neutered, you can help reduce this number. Spaying and neutering your pet is one of the greatest contributions you can make to the welfare of animals in our community.