Thanks for choosing Humane Society of the Piedmont Spay, Neuter and Wellness Clinic for your pet’s health!
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Link to: http://www.plannedpethoodclinic.com/why-spay-and-neuter-.html
All spay and neuter surgeries need to have an appointment set up before coming in for surgery, and we require a non-refundable $10 deposit per pet to set up those appointments. Click here to make an appointment https://hspiedmont.appointy.com/default.aspx or call 336-299-3060 extension 2
Good question. Below is a list of prices to spay or neuter your dog or cat. We also offer discounted vaccines and other services if you have them done at the time of surgery. Surgical pricing is here: http://www.plannedpethoodclinic.com/surgical-pricing.html
Please note: there is an additional charge of $5 for a fast acting flea treatment (Capstar) for any animals infested with fleas, as the presence of fleas interferes with the sterility of the surgery.
All pets must be over 3 months old and over 3 pounds.
There is no upper age limit for pets, but surgery will depend on your pet's health condition.
For the health and safety of your senior pet, surgical bloodwork is required for animals aged 8 and older. We will discuss each case individually with the pet's owner prior to the scheduled surgery.
North Carolina law requires that every dog or cat 12 weeks or older coming in for an appointment have a current rabies vaccine. If your pet does not have a current rabies vaccine, one will be given. If your pet does have a current rabies vaccine, please bring the paperwork from the veterinarian where the vaccine was provided. (Sorry, we cannot accept the tag only). A copy of your pets other vaccination histories would be appreciated but is not required. Please note: there is an additional charge of $5 for a fast acting flea treatment (Capstar) for any animals infested with fleas, as the presence of fleas interferes with the sterility of the surgery.
Glad you asked! Here’s a link to pre-op instructions. By the way, for the health and safety of your pet, surgical bloodwork is required for animals aged 8 and older. We will discuss each case individually with the pet's owner prior to the scheduled surgery.
Here’s where you can find info about what to expect after your pet’s surgery
All dogs and cats will be given a small green surgical tattoo so that anyone who comes in contact with your pet will know they are spayed or neutered. Since they can't tell you themselves.
No on both accounts. Unfortunately, since we are not a full-service hospital we do not have the equipment or medications needed to diagnose or treat injury or sickness at our facility. The full-service animal hospital we refer people to is Sheets Pet Clinic (336) 852-8488. All surgical patients must be healthy before having surgery. Let the scheduler know before you schedule surgery the medications your pet is on - they may interact with the ones we use for surgery, and you may have to wait until our pet is finished with his course of medications.
Why, yes, we do! Your pet must come in for a physical exam before if they've not been into our clinic in the last 2 months. Our wellness doctor will examine your pet, evaluate his mouth condition, and make recommendations for possible bloodwork or antibiotics. After this exam, you may make an appointment for a dental visit.
We have two dental spots every Friday morning, but you have to have an appointment and possibly bloodwork prior to the appointment. Call or email email@example.com to make an appointment!
No, we no longer offer grooming services at our facility.