The Wiregrass Spay/Neuter Alliance was formed to be a not-for-profit clinic in co-operation with three Wiregrass animal welfare organizations in order to provide high-quality, affordable spay/neuter services for cats and dogs.
The Wiregrass Spay/Neuter Clinic has been open for over 4 years.
We have done 30,189 surgeries and counting......
We serve rescue, shelters, and pet owners in Dothan and the surrounding Wiregrass area including Georgia and Florida; no matter what income brackett.
Clinic is open Mon.- Thur.@ 6:30a.m.
CALL FOR AN APPOINTMENT
TEL (334) 671-8111
After Hours Emergency Veterinarian Services:
Banfield @Pet Smart,Dothan,(334)677-9000
" UNTIL ONE HAS LOVED AN ANIMAL, A PART OF ONE'S SOUL REMAINS UNAWAKENED"~ANATOLE FRANCE
“The Wiregrass Spay and Neuter Alliance is very pleased by the outcome of the State Board deliberations.
We need to thank the many citizens who spoke out, and wrote letters of support, on our behalf.
With all this now behind us, we move forward, respecting our Mission to serve those Wiregrass citizens
who otherwise cannot afford spay/neuter services.” Nikki Wyatt Executive Director
“No other disease or condition of companion animals takes as
many lives as euthanasia. In fact, no other disease comes close.”
Janet M. Scarlett, DVM, Cornell University
Thousands of cats, dogs, kittens and puppies are euthanized in shelters every year. There are simply too many animals and not enough homes. The solution lies in prevention.
“Spay-neuter programs are an integral and imperative part of veterinary medicine and the community. . . . these programs succeed in their mission to provide humane methods for neutering large numbers of cats and dogs. At this time, these programs are the best antidote to mass euthanasia of cats and dogs resulting from overpopulation. . . . By engaging in this new and rapidly developing practice area, veterinarians can play vital roles in alleviating overpopulation and decreasing untimely euthanasia of cats and dogs.” JAVMA, Vol. 233, No. 1, July 1, 2008.
Our high-quality, low-cost spay/neuter clinic will drastically reduce pet overpopulation and the misery and death that comes with it for thousands of animals.