Cause For Paws

Low cost sterilization and vaccinations

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Product price increase as of 5-11-2022.

We now offer online booking for spay and neuter and online registration for vaccine clinic.  

* Spay/Neuter - Weight limit on female dogs is 80 lbs and male dogs is 99 lbs. No pets over 7 yrs of age. No Danes over 6 months of age and no squashed nose breeds.

If you need an earlier appointment, make a note while requesting your appointment. As always, we will continue to move clients up as clients cancel.  **IMPORTANT** YOU MUST CONFIRM THE WEEKEND BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT.  FRIDAY IS BY EMAIL, SATURDAY IS BY TEXT.  THESE ARE AUTOMATIC FROM CLINIC HQ.  IF YOU DO NOT CONFIRM BY ONE OF THESE METHODS THE WEEKEND BEFORE YOUR APPOINTMENT, YOU WILL BE CANCELLED**

*Shot Clinic -  We still are first come, first serve but pre-registration will allow faster processing.  We will give you a number at the door and paperwork to fill out and return to us.  You will need to wait in your car until we call you. 

 

TO PURCHASE FLEA OR HEART WORM PILLS, WE MUST SEE YOUR PET ONCE A YEAR.  HEART WORM PILLS - WE MUST SEE YOUR PET AND YOU ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE A YEARLY HEART WORM TEST (FROM US OR YOUR VET) TO PURCHASE HEART WORM PREVENTATIVE.

Need help with spay and neuter costs?  Request Hunt County Fund in the note field while booking your spay/neuter appointment.  Hunt County residents only. Minimum copay's are required.

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What Pet Owners Say

"Cannot Beat the Prices"

"Expect to wait during peak times, but you cannot beat the prices! The staff works extremely hard, and they really dote on the animals. Open every Monday and one Saturday a month."

Jessica Brock

"Really Love Your Animals"

"These guys are the best! Best prices, they really care and love your animals. Make sure and show up early to avoid a wait."

Heather Melothrian

"Friendly & Efficient"

"Just a tremendous service to the community and to the animals we love. Very friendly and efficient for all the animals they serve."

Nick Hammond