One of A Kind Pet Spay & Neuter Clinic is leading the fight against pet overpopulation and the unnecessary euthanasia of homeless animals in the region.
Construction was completed in November of 2007 on our low-cost Spay & Neuter clinic. The Clinic is a Humane Alliance model. Humane Alliance has been working with communities all over the nation to establish successful and aggressive spay and neuter programs.
In communities following the Humane Alliance model, the euthanasia rate at local shelters is reported to decrease by as much as 70% in a just a few years.
Humane Alliance reports that 86% of clients using spay and neuter clinics have never utilized the services of a local veterinarian. One of A Kind Pet Spay & Neuter Clinic recommends all clients begin and / or maintain routine veterinarian visits with their pets. We believe in vetting! After all, everyone has the potential to get sick and when we do, we need and want the best care. Our furry family members deserve the same.
As part of the surgery process, each animal will receive a full medical exam and Rabies vaccine if necessary. Rabies vaccines are mandated by law. One of A Kind Pet Spay & Neuter Clinic is committed to improving public health by promoting animal vaccinations. Humane Alliance reports that only 10% of clients utilizing low-cost clinics have had their pet(s) vaccinated for Rabies prior to sterilization.
One of A Kind Pet Spay & Neuter Clinic veterinarians will perform as many as 70 spay and neuter surgeries daily.
The clinic is located at 1700 West Exchange Street and occupies 4,500 square feet. Rescued animals awaiting their quarantine period reside in the rear of the clinic prior to becoming eligible for adoption. The total cost to renovate and equip the clinic was approximately $450,000.
Clinic naming rights are available for surgical and ancillary suites.
Contact Janis Worley, Manager of Advancement and Volunteer Programs at 330.865.6200 with questions regarding naming rights.