Clinical Services


Low Cost Spay and Neuter held every Wednesday: Dogs: $70 Cats: $45

Call today for an appointment or more information. (865) 992-7969

Help stop overpopulation of dogs and cats. A female cat produce as many as 30 kittens a year.

There are many medical and behavioral reasons to spay/neuter your pet. Altered pets generally:

  • Live longer and have far fewer health problems related to reproduction
  • Are easier to train
  • Have less desire to roam and be hit by cars or become lost
  • Are less likely to engage in frustrating urine marking behavior (male)
  • Are 70% less likely to develop mammary cancer if spayed before their first heat (female)
  • Tend to be less aggressive