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Surgical Information

To reduce the time spent at drop off and pick up, please review these documents and sign them prior to your pet's appointment.

Pre Surgery Instructions

Post Surgical Information

Clinic Surgical Request & Release of Liability Form

 

Spay and Neuter
About the Clinic

We operate Greenville County's largest state-of-the-art spay-neuter facility that is accessible to any pet owner. The clinic is conveniently located off Poinsett Hwy and Pleasantburg Rd in Greenville, SC, near the Cherrydale Shopping Center, at our Animal Care facility.

All spay/neuter surgeries are performed by qualified, licensed veterinarians and all animals entrusted to our care are attended to before and after surgery by trained veterinary technicians and assistants. Every patient receives quality pain medication during surgery. Pet owners may also purchase additional pain medication to give to their pet after going home.

Scheduling - Surgeries are by appointment only

GO TO OUR ONLINE SPAY-NEUTER REQUEST FORM to request an appointment. We will contact you to schedule or you can call 467-SPAY to make an appointment. If you are unable to reach a staff member, please leave a message. We receive a very high volume of calls and return them in the order received.

Clinic hours:
Monday through Friday
Drop off from 8:00am - 9:00am
Pick up from 4:00pm - 5:30pm
NEW PROGRAM: Government Assistance Spay/Neuter Program!

Special pricing with proof of government assistance or must meet low-income standards. Let Customer Service Representatives know when you call to make the appointment.

$15 for male and female cats
$30 for male and female dogs
Feral Cats
Feral Cat Trap We will spay or neuter feral cats for only $25! We do not require an appointment when bringing in feral cats. Instead drop off feral cats between 10AM - 12PM Mondays through Thursdays (No Friday drop offs).

Deliver feral cats in a humane feral cat trap. Note that to receive the $25 feral cat spay-neuter pricing, the cat must be brought in a humane feral cat trap and you must agree to the cat(s) receiving an ear tip to indicate the surgery has been completed.