West Virginia Department of Agriculture

We are excited to announce that the West Virginia Spay Neuter Program “WVSNP” grant was awarded to our clinic by the West Virginia Department of Agriculture. Our mutual goal is to increase the number of dogs and cats sterilized and vaccinated against rabies in West Virginia, thereby reducing shelter euthanasia rates and curving the stray, feral and abandoned dog and cat population that is continuously growing. This grant is available to individuals who live in what West Virginia considers a “distressed” county. Therefore, if you live in Boone, Logan, Lincoln, or Clay County you may qualify for financial assistance for spay/neuter. A valid drivers license may be requested as proof of residency on the day of your appointment. Go to the “Book Now!” tab to book your appointment.

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Amber Costello