All Paws Animal Wellness Clinic offers a range of services for dogs and cats. Our services include low cost spay/neuter for cats and dogs, comprehensive physical exams, vaccinations, preventative care for parasites, microchips, routine bloodwork, fecal testing, and dental exams/cleanings. We work extensively with our pet owners to provide ongoing education about treatment, vaccines, diseases, and any other concerns pet owners might have surrounding their pet.
Please check out our services and fees page for additional information and for a list of products available for pets.
In addition, we also work extensively with feral cats and cat colony caretakers to assist in relocation and reintroducing feral cats into colonies. All Paws Animal Wellness Clinic has traps available for use; however, we ask that colony caretakers call the cllinic to discuss the colony and its population and to arrange for trapping availability.
Feral cats are brought into the clinic in traps. PLEASE NEVER REMOVE A FERAL CAT FROM A TRAP. THEY ARE BROUGHT INTO ALL PAWS IN TRAPS AND ARE HANDLED ONLY AFTER THEY HAVE BEEN ANESTHETIZED.
All feral cats brought into our clinic are spayed or neutered, their left ear docked, given rabies vaccinations, de-wormed, and are given an antibiotic injection. They are then released back to the colony caretaker for return to the maintained colony.
Please contact us with any questions regarding feral cats, maintaining a colony or pricing.
|Monday||9 am -1:30 pm & 2 pm-6:30 pm Vaccines & Sick/Well visits by appointment|
|Tuesday||7:30 am - 4pm - Surgery by appointment|
|Wednesday||7:30 am - 6:30 pm - Surgery & Sick/Well visits by appointments.|
|Thursday||8 am - 3:30 pm - Surgery & Sick/Well visits by appointment|
All vaccinations and surgeries are by appointment only.
Check in for surgical appointments is between 7:30 and 8:30 am. Please allow 15 minutes to fill out paperwork. Pick up is before 4 pm the same day. All cats must be in carriers and all dogs must have collars and leashes.
While no blood work is required prior to surgery, it is highly recommended.
No vaccines are required prior to surgery and any vaccines requested can be given the same day as surgery. A FELV vaccine is recommended ONLY for outdoor cats. A FELV/FIV test MUST be performed prior to administration of the vaccine.
Dr. Mindy Carletti, DVM