Currently we are scheduling for Alto and Clarksville. Alto is either Mondays or Tuesdays, and Clarksville is generally one Saturday per month.

The next Clarksville date will be in mid-January 2021.


Scheduling help: So far, this is the best online scheduling appointment software we have found, but it regularly seems to cause confusion.

Step 1: Figure out what services you want(Dentals, cat spay/neuter, vaccines/testing, etc.)

Step 2: Figure out the location where we offer these services (Clarksville will ONLY offer you cat spay/neuter and vaccines/testing)

Step 3: Figure out the dates we will be at the location where the services are offered (Mondays or Tuesdays are in Alto, 1 Saturday a month is in Clarksville)

Step 4: With that information, go to the scheduling program. The program will show no appointments available if you try to pick a location/service combination that we don't offer (dentals in Clarksville, etc.)

We hope that helps!

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Scheduling information

Payment is due at check-in. We accept cash, Visa, Mastercard, American Express, and Discover.



SURGERY DAY CHECK-IN

All cats MUST be in secure carriers. Dogs need to have a collar that is appropriately fitted and can not slip off. Leave your pet in your car until instructed otherwise. Animals not picked up at the designated time will be charged $25/day boarding fee.

Scheduling for surgeries other than or in addition to spay/neuter

To receive approval for and a quote for mass/tumor removals, ear hematomas, and eyelid surgeries, please bring your pet to one of the locations at dropoff times for evaluation, OR email us clear photos and include the animal's information (age, weight, list of all health problems).

Information for cat trappers/colony caretakers

We offer a special program for you! You do not need to make appointments for these animals, they are done on a walk-in basis. We understand trapping is unpredictable, and can be difficult to plan for and schedule. Animals must be brought to our location in Caledonia/Alto at a convenient pre-arranged time (7 days a week, depending on your situation). Caretakers/trappers/rescues we work with will receive free parasite treatment for feral patients (those being returned to outdoor colonies/farms).

We are committed to supporting the care of feral cats. For this reason, in addition to ear-tipping them, we provide flea treatment and deworming at no cost, as well as ear cleaning and basic wound care. This program is for trapped cats who are wild as well as colony cats. This is open to rescue groups and individuals who manage colonies and who have a demonstrated history of TNR.

Please contact us by email for more information.