SAAF Spay-Neuter Clinic is, and always will be, dedicated to you and your pets. As a veterinary practice we hold an obligation to not only your pets’ health but the health of the citizens in our community. We have been asked by the American Veterinary Medical Association to practice coronavirus safety measures and to conserve medical supplies that are also needed for human medical practices. To conserve medical supplies all veterinarians have been asked to suspend all non-essential veterinary procedures. Spays and neuters, while very important, are considered non-essential to the immediate health of your pet. Because of this, and out of concern for the safety of you and our staff, we will temporarily be closing the doors to the clinic starting Thursday 3/26.
We have numerous existing future appointment booked out and we will be personally contacting each client, over the next few days, to go over the options. We ask that you please be patient as we go through this process. We hope that you will allow us to keep your appointments as pending and to reschedule them in the future when we are able to resume business.
SAAF will continue to take care of our employees during this time to insure that when the time comes to re-open we will be at 100%.
Our community is strong and we will overcome this awful virus. Please stay safe and abide by rules and regulations that are put forth by our leaders. Together we will get through this!
*Pre-Payment is taken for all appointments and is non-refundable.
Donate today and help SAAF fulfill our mission to save more animals thru low-cost spay & neuter services.
According to the ASPCA, approximately 6.5 million companion animals enter U.S. animal shelters nationwide every year. Of those, approximately 3.3 million are dogs and 3.2 million are cats.
Each year, approximately 1.5 million shelter animals are euthanized (670,000 dogs and 860,000 cats).
The only way to change those numbers, is to control the pet population. Do your part, have your pet spayed or neutered.