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Altus Area Spay and Neuter Program

AASNIP Prices for 2020:

$10 covers the cost of surgery + rabies vaccine per pet

 

Since it started in 2016, the Altus Area Spay Neuter Incentive Program [AASNIP] has provided thousands of subsidized surgeries to animals in the local community. Pets are taken to the OK Humane Place, a clinic in Oklahoma City, and return the same day.

  Please contact us at 

(580) 471-0392

to schedule an appt.

AASNIP 2020 DATES:

  • JAN 27- FULL

  • FEB 24 - FULL

  • MAR 30 - 

  • APR 20 - 

  • MAY 18 - 

  • JUNE 22 -

  • JUL 20 - 

  • AUG 17- 

  • SEPT 21- 

  • OCT 19 - 

  • NOV 16 -

  • DEC 14 - 

AASNIP

Guidelines for Spay/Neuter Services

PREPARING PET  FOR SURGERY DAY:

  1. Pet can have nothing to eat after midnight the night before.  Water is fine.

  2. Make sure your pet has had time to poop/potty before arriving at Expo Center.

  3. Arrive at the Expo Center (near Rodeo Arena, behind Burger King) NO LATER THAN 6:30 am. (**All runs leave at 7:00 am.)

  4. Leave your pet in the vehicle until all paperwork and check-in is complete.

  5. CRATES -You may use your own crates, but we also have crates to loan out.  **Please request a crate to borrow prior to showing up that morning.  Only Thoroughly Cleaned Plastic Crates may be used.  Always make sure your crates are tagged with your name and phone #. We do provide tags if needed.

  6. Sign ALL necessary paperwork before leaving your pet.

  7. Animals come back the same day...please check the AAWA Facebook page for accurate arrival time at the Expo Center.  Depending on the number of pets, it is between 5:30pm - 6:30 pm.

 

Reminder:

  • If your pet does not have a rabies certificate from a certified vet, then your pet will be required to have a rabies shot at the time of service at no additional cost to you.

  • We will need a copy of the original certificate from your vet if your pet has an up-to-date rabies shot.  

PLEASE NOTE...

  • No animal will be sent home with pain medicine.  They are given pain meds before they leave the clinic.

  • If you send your female pet and she is PREGNANT, she will still be spayed.