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We must prioritize Vermont residents.  If you live out of state, please email us to get on our waiting list.  Please do not request an appointment online.

We rely on our fees and private donations to keep our clinic open. We do not receive any funding from the state or federal government. When people don't come to their appointments, it greatly affect our ability to serve our clients. Therefore, we require 48-hour advanced notice if you need to cancel an appointment.

Before scheduling an appointment, please visit our fees page.

We do not take credit or debit cards at our clinic. Please pay in cash (no checks) at check-in.

If you need to reschedule, please email us at
Please do not submit a separate request. 

Appointments for Dogs!

We have a waiting list for dogs so you will be unable to schedule online.  To get on our waiting list, please email us and include sex, age, weight and general breed type of your dog.  Please include your phone number! Click here to email us

We do not alter adult male dogs over 40 pounds, female dogs over 75 pounds, older dogs or certain breeds that have greater than normal breathing and anesthesia concerns (including, but not limited to, pugs, Boston terriers, bulldogs, shar peis).

Cats Only


July 6, 2020: Cornerstone Community Church, Milton FULL

July 20, 2020: Cornerstone Community Church, Milton FULL

Please note: Confirmations are not instantaneous! Requests are reviewed by a staff member and it may take a couple of days to receive a confirmation (appointments requested for the next day may not be processed). Check the email address you entered for typos and please do not duplicate requests. Replies will be from or Please add to your safe contact list or be sure to check your spam folder for a reply!

Before scheduling an appointment, please visit our fees page.

We do not take VSNIP vouchers at our clinic, but if you think you are eligible, you can get an application and list of participating vets here: