Introduction:Spring is a time when many animals breed. This is a good time to consider getting your cat or dog spayed to prevent animal over population. This is one excellent way to prevent the senseless killing of unwanted animals by not allowing them to be born. Greater than 9,000,000 animals go through the shelters,animal control and rescue areas every year. More than half are euthanized partly because there are just not homes for them all. Spaying and neutering can prevent some needless killing by not allowing litters from being born in the first place. You save many lives by being a responsible pet owner and getting the surgery performed for your dog or cat. You also provide your pet with a much healthier life. Male dogs, according to veterinarians have less chance of testicular cancer and when well trained will be a less agressive pet too. Male cats incur fewer injuries from cat fights during the mating approaches. Many more health benefits are given on http://www.akc.org for your own research.
Operating since 1910 Dumb Friends League for cats works with skilled veterinarians in the Denver area who perform spay and neuter surgery. This is especially designed to help control the pet population in under served areas with mobile units for convenience. Meow Mobile clinic for cats website:
http://www.ddfl.org/services/spay-and-neuter-help will give you all the information needed to know for your cat to be spayed or neutered. You will be asked for personal information to qualify for these low cost spay and neuter opportunities. If you prefer to call Phone: 303-751-5772. Appointments are needed and strict guidelines for your pet prior to surgery are necessary.
Mobile clinic for cats and dogs is a mobile unit providing surgeries for your pet through the partnership with Denver Area Veterinary Medical Society and Dumb Friends League. Visit the website: http://www.ddfl.org/services/spay-and-neuter-help to inquire about sterilization and read the requirements prior to this service being performed. Prices are: cats- $25 and dogs- $50. Please have needed information to give at the time of your contacting this organization to prove financial need for assistance. There is a form online but if you prefer to call Phone: 303-751- 5772. This organization recommends a pre screening of your pet prior to altering surgery to make sure your dog or cat is stable for surgery.
Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital is located at address 191 Yuma Street Denver, Colorado 80223 Hours: Monday,Tuesday,Thursday and Friday 7 AM to 5 PM. Wednesday and Saturday 8 AM to Noon. Phone: 303-722-5800 extension # 525. There are several financial plans which can be explained upon request. Ask all your questions and answer questions the veterinarian might have about your pet.It is necessary for animals to be in good health prior to spay or neuter surgery. Call ahead of time so your operating day for your pet will go smoothly for your four footed friend and for you also.The more you can prepare the better for everyone.
Animal Hospital is located at address: 5023 Leetsdale Drive Denver, Colorado 80246. Conveniently located off Elm Street near Burns Park. Website: http://www.belcarovets.com Phone: 303-900-3760 Hours: Monday to Friday 8 AM to 5:30 PM Saturday 8 AM to 12 noon. Closed on Sunday. This is a small, family owned animal veterinary business since 1947 that is highly recommended. Dr. Mansfield DVM and Dr. Hermann DVM are the chief veterinarians. Ask if the doctors provide discounts or participate in community spay and neuter clinics if you need financial assistance. You don't know the answer to those questions unless you ask when it is needed.
Capitol Hill Animal Care center is located at address: 2626 East Colfax Avenue Denver, Colorado 80206. Conveniently located at the south west corner of Clayton and Colfax. Phone: 303-329-3131. Hours: Monday,Thursday and Friday from 8 AM to 6 PM. Tuesday 8 AM to 7 PM Wednesday closed and Saturday 8 AM to 1 PM. Sunday closed. Hours have recently changed to permit better client convenience. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Dr. Jeannette Barnes is the chief veterinarian. Prices will be given on request. All surgeries include: basic blood work before anesthesia, pain relief medication and before surgery exam. Make sure you follow pre-surgery instructions well.
Great list. I also took my cats to Planned Pethood in north Denver when I lived there.
very well researched and interesting to read.
Thanks for this informative list of neuter spay clinics in the Denver, Colorado area. Very informative list. Excellent research on this.
Great list of area clinics!
select one here...