© 2016 Fox Valley Animal Welfare League. All rights reserved

11 John Street, North Aurora, IL 60542

Phone: 630-800-2254

Email: clinic@fvawl.org

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Clinic Services


Services include:



Check our Calendar for dates and times. Check hour hours for when the clinic is staffed.


Currently spay/neuter services are provided on Tuesdays and Wednesdays. Check the Calendar for dates. For an appointment, call 630-800-2254 or email clinic@fvawl.org.


Pricing for our procedures are covered within three individual categories: animal welfare organizations, low-income families and the general public.




Your organization must be licensed in the state of Illinois. Any organization located out of state must have a 501(c)3 status.

* We currently offer Rabies, Bordetella, LEPTO, and Distemper




The general public is encouraged to use this affordable wellness care for their companion pet(s).

*We currently offer Rabies, Bordetella, LEPTO, and Distemper



Illinois residents that receive social security, unemployment, or state aid are eligible to receive the following discounts from the general public prices:.



Our Clinic operates strictly on appointments. Walk-ins are not accepted.

General hours of operation:


 Surgery Days:


  • We open at 7:30am and close at 6:00pm

  • Drop off for patients is between 7:30am and 9:00am

  • Pickup is generally between 4:00 and 6:00pm


Non Surgery Days:


  • Our administrative office is open from between 10:00am and 2:00pm


Check calendar for Surgery Dates and Non Surgery Dates.


Vaccination clinics are held on various Saturdays (usually every 3rd Saturday) from 11:00 am until 4:00 pm by appointment, check calendar for dates.


Saturday and Sunday: By appointment only when weekend Clinics 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.




​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.


The surgeon, Dr. Susan Brown, has over 35 years of experience as an exclusively exotic animal veterinarian and has performed well over 5400 rabbit spays and neuters. She has a special interest in small mammal care.

Currently, surgeries are scheduled once a month and occasionally twice a month. Call 630-800-2254 for an appointment.


  • For additional information on why you should spay/neuter your rabbit, see our Fix'n Facts.

Dental Care

Limited dental services are also provided. General dental cleaning is $125. If there are simple/routine extractions that need to be performed, add $25. If there is major dental work that is required, our veterinarian will assess the severity and solution and determine if they can be performed at our clinic. Major dental work often requires X-rays and extensive work that we cannot perform in our setting. Your animal may require antibiotics for extractions.

Preventative/Routine Care

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 also do not provide euthanasia services. 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.


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.


Vaccines are $10 for licensed Illinois rescue organizations and low income families. Illinois residents that receive Public Assistance, State Aide, Link Card, Disability, Social Security or Unemployment can qualify for our program. Vaccines for the general public are $15.


Blood tests include Heartworm Test at $10 and Feline Combo Test at $20.


Microchips - Tell your cat or dog that you love them by insuring their safe return. By placing a microchip in your companion pet, animal control, animal shelters, clinics and rescues have access to identify your lost pet. For a $25 fee your pet will be chipped and registered directly to you, the pet owner. (No hidden fees). See the AVID brochure.

Payment Options

We accept the following forms of payment:

Cash or Credit (Visa/MasterCard/Discover/AmerEx/ApplePay)

We do not accept Checks