Spay and Neuter

Spay/Neuter Policy
Our clinic has chosen to adopt a spay/neuter policy, and requests that all new healthy pets be spayed or neutered within six months of becoming our patients.

Here is a link to more information on spaying and neutering, which also covers the reasons why our clinic has adopted a spay/neuter policy.

How much does spaying and neutering cost?
The cost of a spay or neuter depends upon the pet's size and age. Once your pet has received their first examination we can give you an estimate of what the surgery will cost.

Where can I go to adopt a pet?

There are many local shelters through which you can adopt a dog or cat:
          Chasing Daylight Animal Shelter - 608-374-2112 (dogs and cats)
          Monroe County Dog Shelter - 608-269-8775 (dogs only)
          AS/AP Cat Shelter - 608-269-3525 (cats only)
          Carl W. Nelson Animal Shelter - 608-847-4060 (dogs and cats)

How do I find a responsible dog breeder?
There are many factors to consider when looking for a responsible breeder, including vaccinations, deworming, training, OFA and CERF certification and more. Here are links to two well-written articles regarding finding a responsible breeder:


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