Read Our Most Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, we do. Feral cats must arrive in a trap. Normal pricing applies. Feral cats do not need an appointment. Drop-off time for feral cats is 8:30 am any day the clinic is open. Currently, we are only accepting 5 feral spay and neuter walk-ins per day. First come, first served basis.

Yes, your pets must be fasted. Ensure you feed your pet in the evening between 7 pm and 12 pm, the night prior to surgery. Pick up food and water at bedtime or midnight at the latest. No food or water is to be offered in the morning prior to dropping off for surgery. No hay in bunny carriers.

We highly recommend making an appointment for vaccines. We do take walk-ins; however, appointments have 1st priority, which could equate to a long wait when you walk in.

6-8 weeks of age

We do not treat sick pets or complete wellness exams; we are a low-cost spay/neuter and
vaccine clinic.

All cats and rabbits do need to be in their own carrier. Rabbits also need a small bag of their food brought with them.

Many pets recover from the effects of anesthesia by the next day. Some will take up to 48 hours to recover. Most pets are healed from the procedure in 7-10 days.

Cats and dogs need to be 8 weeks and older and in good physical health.

We also spay/neuter rabbits. They must be at least 4 months old.

When it comes to required dog vaccinations in California, the only mandatory one is the rabies vaccine. State law dictates that dogs older than three months must receive the rabies vaccine.

Liver function, kidney function, CBC, and blood glucose. Pre-surgical bloodwork can show us underlying issues that require the surgery to be done at a full-service veterinary hospital.

We strongly recommend bloodwork for all pets before having surgery. Upon pre-surgical exam, or may require bloodwork prior to surgery.