Check our Calendar for dates and times. Check hour hours for when the clinic is staffed.
Currently we provide spay and neuter surgeries for cats and dogs on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Spay and neuter for rabbits are performed on Mondays, usually twice monthly. All surgeries require an appointment, call 630-800-2254.
Pricing for our procedures are covered within three individual categories: animal welfare organizations, low-income families and the general public.
ANIMAL WELFARE ORGANIZATIONS
Rescue groups may download the Rescue packet that includes the submission form, procedures and guidelines as well as pricing. Your rescue must be a 501(c)(3) and if based in Illinois licensed by the Department of Agriculture.
We offer cat and dog spay and neuter services. Pricing depends on the type of animal (cat or dog), the type of surgery (spay or neuter), and, in the case of dogs, the size of the animal. See our Price list for a full list of prices.
We currently offer the following vaccinations: Rabies, Distemper, Lepto, Bordetella and Lyme.
LOW INCOME FAMILIES
Individuals that receive Social Security Benefits, Disability Benefits or Unemployment Benefits are eligible to receive a 20% discount on all services.
On rabbit spay/neuter days, only rabbits are housed at the facility. The environment is quiet which is great for a low stress recovery from surgery.
Currently, surgeries are scheduled once a month and occasionally twice a month. Call 630-800-2254 for an appointment.
Pre-surgical instructions are available online, see our rabbit Pre-Surgical Instructions.
Post-surgical instruction are available online, see our rabbit Post Surgical Instructions
For additional information on why you should spay/neuter your rabbit, see our Fix'n Facts.
For a list of prices, see our Price list.
Basic dental cleaning and limited dental work can be performed. These services include:
General dental cleanings
Simple/routine minor extractions (simple pulling of teeth)
Major extractions that can be done here (surgically removed with instruments, cutting or sutures) and doesn't require X-Rays
Major extractions that require X-rays and extensive work cannot perform in our setting. It is also routine for an animal to be prescribed antibiotics for extractions. See our Price list for a list of dental costs.
Our first and foremost goal is to spay and neuter animals. We do not support the unnecessary breeding of cats and dogs and do not provide discounted services to those who intentionally breed their animals or opt not to spay or neuter their pet due to personal choice.
We will provide preventative/routine care at our clinics, including vaccinations, heartworm test, microchips, and general wellness exams. We are not an animal hospital and do not see animals with injuries or animals that need complex exams/testing for example, such as orthopedics, allergies, or major medical issues. We do not have X-ray equipment and cannot provide services that require extensive testing and diagnostics. We can provide basic routine services in conjunction with your pet's spay or neuter but recommend that you have a relationship with a regular veterinarian hospital for all other services. See our Price list for the full list of services and prices.
These services are provided on a regular basis each month. Check the Calendar for dates and times. Please call 630-800-2254 for an appointment.
We accept the following forms of payment:
Cash or Credit (Visa/MasterCard/Discover/AmerEx/ApplePay)
We do not accept Checks