In JUNE ONLY, we are part of the “Did You Know” campaign. In the month of June, we will fix puppies and kittens for $20. Limited offer, call today for an appointment (314) 771-PETS (7387).
Carol House Quick Fix Pet Clinic featured on KSDK Channel 5: Show Me St. Louis! March 2013
We provided reduced cost spay neuter services for 80 pets the week of June 11th! We also had 52 pets visit the wellness clinic on Saturday, June 16th!
Please call (314) 771-PETS today and schedule your low-cost spay neuter!
We spent all day Tuesday, February 22nd (for Wendy it was 20+ hours, the rest of us about 18!) traveling to Asheville NC to spend 5 hours with the Humane Alliance. First we have to thank Allison Burgess and John Hirsh MD, for going through this ordeal of travel: 4 planes, about 8 hours and a reroute through Houston TX? The facility that the Alliance has built is truly remarkable, 13,000 square feet, one level and all glass walls in the interior. As you walk in you are faced with surgical suites, each with a “team” and 2 operating tables. Hanging from the ceilings are flexible collection tubes that are used to aspirate the pets as they receive their carefully monitored oxygen and isoflurane anesthetic. Everyone is in scrubs with the vets having colorful skull covers. They do about 120 procedures daily! With as many as 80-100 trucked in with special vehicles from as far away as 150 miles. They are usually done with surgeries by late-afternoon and then hold the pets overnight before being released to owners the next … Continue reading
Thank you to all involved with New Year for the Strays Trivia Night. We truly appreciate being included in such a wonderful event.
We received our acceptance letter from Humane Alliance!!!
1. You will save thousands of lives. Failing to spay/neuter is the biggest cause of the pet overpopulation, suffering and euthanasia. Over 65,000 – the number of offspring ONE un-spayed/un-neutered dog or cat and his/her intact mate can produce in about six years if none of their offspring are spayed/neutered. 2. There are not enough people to adopt all of the animals that are being created. Your unwanted litter will most likely end up in a shelter where it may be killed/euthanized. 3. Your dog or cat will be healthier and happier. Fixed dogs and cats have a longer expected lifespan and will have less chance of developing certain cancers and other life threatening illnesses. 4. Your dog or cat will be better behaved, and less likely to roam, howl, spray and jump the fence. 5. You will save money. It is expensive to care for unwanted litters and the medical treatment associated (unfixed dogs and cats have more medical problems). Rabies tag/licensing fees are much lower in St. Louis City and County for fixed animals. 6. Your pet … Continue reading