Our Mission: To prevent the unnecessary euthanasia of healthy dogs and cats by providing quality, reduced-cost, spay and neuter surgeries, and to provide affordable basic services to those who need it.

Who are we? We are a team of professionals dedicated to providing quality, affordable vet care for those who are underserved or need it the most. This includes animal welfare organizations, rescues, nonprofits, colony caretakers, and anyone who is unable to afford a full service veterinary clinic. We do this part-time in addition to our normally scheduled jobs.

How do we operate? In order to keep costs low and continue to expand the services we offer, we primarily operate out of a residential location. This affords us plenty of space and flexibility. For groups and shelters with large numbers of animals we occasionally travel to their location.

How are we different than other low-cost S/N groups? We offer treatment and suggestions for other conditions an animal may have. This includes eye/ear infections, UTI's, wounds, dental problems, etc.

What do we do? We focus on surgeries that are most commonly needed. Spay/neuter, dentals, degloving injuries, tail amputations, wound care, enucleations, entropion procedures, cystotomies (bladder stone removal), small mass removals, etc. We will occasionally do foreign body surgeries and splenectomies. We also will do "unblocking" emergencies for male cats.

We do not do trauma-related surgeries or bone fractures. We will do procedures for cats with standard mandibular symphysis fractures.