Low Cost Wellness Clinic
for Cats and Dogs
Saturday, March 8th
By Appointment Only
Please call the clinic for an appointment at 1-630-800-2254.
See our Services page for details.
Our Clinic operates strictly on appointments. Walk-ins are not accepted.
General hours of availability:
|Monday:||9:00 to 2:00|
|Tuesday:||7:30 to 7:00|
|Wednesday:||7:30 to 7:00|
|Thursday:||9:00 to 2:00|
|Friday:||9:00 to 2:00|
Saturday and Sunday: By appointment only when weekend Clinics or Surgeries are scheduled. (Check calendar)
Hours are general and subject to change based on the schedules of our medical staff. Many factors may occur that alter our schedules and it is recommended to call prior to arriving for any business matter not scheduled ahead of time.
Donate to our
Prevent A Litter Fund
Attention Rabbit Caregivers
Our next low-cost Rabbit Spay/Neuter clinic is:
Monday, March 10th
Call for an appointment 630-800-2254
Reasons to spay/neuter your rabbit:
- Prevent dangerous uterine and testicular cancer
- Prevent unwanted litters
- Prevent urine spraying
- Reduce aggressive behavior
For more reasons, see our Fix'n Facts page.
"At its most basic level, humane education is about learning to care for the animals in our homes and communities. It is about fostering kindness, respect and empathy for both human and nonhuman animals, and looking after the environment and its diverse habitats. Unlike science and other academic disciplines, humane education has a philosophical component that strives to establish a sense of responsibility and make the world a better, more humane place."ASPCA
Pet education and training is essential if you are to gain the maximum benefits of your relationship with your new pet. As with any new member of a family coming into the home, they have to learn and adapt quickly to fit into their new environment. Most potential (and real) problems can be overcome with training, but this requires persistence and consistency! You also need to know how to go about this training.
We've taught thousands of caring people to be good friends, companions and caretakers to the pets they've adopted through the Fox Valley Animal Welfare League.