Q – When and how do I pay for spay/neuter/vaccines/microchips/nail trims?
A Please pay at the time your animal is checked in.
Q – Do I need an appointment for spay/neuter and vaccinations?
A – You will need an appointment for spay/neuter surgeries but not vaccinations.
Q – How old does my pet need to be to get spay/neutered?
A – 8 weeks old
Q – Does my pet have to be in good health to have surgery?
A – Yes, animals can not have fevers, nasal discharge, vomiting, coughing or diarrhea prior to surgery.
Q – What time do I bring my pet to AAL on surgery day?
A – You will be given a time when you schedule your appointment.
Drop off is as follows:
8:00 am – ALL cats
8:15 am – Large-XXL Female dogs
8:30 am – XS-Medium Female dogs
8:45 am – All Male dogs
9:00 am – Health Checks
Q – What time do I pick my pet up on surgery day from AAL?
A – Pick up times are approximately 2:30-3:30 p.m. You will be given a time at drop off to come pick up your pet.
Q – Are surgeries done by a veterinarian?
A – Yes all surgeries are performed by a Licensed DVM (Vet).
Q – How do I care for my pet after surgery?
A – AAL will provide a sheet with after surgery information to pet owner at time of drop off.
Q – What is Standby?
A – Standby is when you show up to any clinic where ever that clinic is located at 8:00am (no food/water for pet after midnight the night before) and attempt to get them in that day. We should know by 9:00am if your pet will get in. There is no guarantee, but there is always a chance.