Outpatient Dog and Cat Clinic
We offer a variety of services for routine dog and cat care including spay and neuter, vaccinations, deworming, flea & tick prevention, nail trimming and ear cleaning. We are not a replacement for veterinary care that your dog or cat needs on a regular basis or in the event of illness or injury.
Outpatient Pet Clinic
The clinic is available to anyone with a pet. Our veterinary technicians see clients on scheduled clinic days at our facility. An appointment is required. The annual membership fee of $30.00 entitles your pet to unlimited office visits during the year by appointment. Clinic Membership Application and Fees
Spay and Neuter
|Cats*||Dogs by Weight|
|Female: $90.00||Up to 25 lbs: $90.00|
|Male: $60.00||26 – 50lbs: $110.00|
|51 – 100: $130.00|
Price includes an E-collar for your pets health and safety after surgery.* Feline Combo Test is required prior to Spay or Neuter
- Rabies Vaccination
- Feline Combo FELV/FIV Test
- Fecal Exams
- Heartworm Test
- Bordatella Vaccine
- Lyme Vaccine
- Flea Control
- Nail Trim
- Ear Cleaning
An appointment must be scheduled for all clinic procedures. Call 724-222-7387
Feral Cat Surgery Instructions
This program is for Feral Cats only!
- Feral Cats must be in a trap.
- Traps are available for use with a $20.00 deposit per trap that can be applied to the cost of surgery, when trap is returned.
- The cost is $30.00 for a feral cat- includes surgery, Rabies vaccination and ear tip.
- Does not require pre-registration
- Payment must be made at time of drop-off, no appointment necessary.
- Cash or Credit Card only.
- If the cat shows any sign of illness, the vet has the right to refuse surgery and you will be asked to take the cat back.
- Please contact the Society for drop-off dates and times.
- Pick up is same day as surgery.
Humane Education Programs
Contact our shelter (724-222-7387 x109) to arrange for your school or organization to have our Humane Society Police Officer conduct a Humane Education class at your facility or ours.
Available to the public FREE of charge
Animal Safety and Loss
Students learn how to approach an unfamiliar pet, and what to do if they are approached by a stray dog or cat. They will learn what to do and what not do with wild animals. They will be taught what steps to take in order to keep their pet from becoming lost and what they can do to locate a lost pet. A pet will accompany the instructor, unless otherwise noted.
Common Illnesses in Pets
Students learn about several common illnesses found in cats and dogs. They learn to recognize when their pet is ill and some steps they can take to help their pet to get well again.
Please contact our Humane Department for further information at 724-222-7387 ext. 109 or firstname.lastname@example.org.