FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Cornwall, ON (September 6, 2018) – The Ontario SPCA and the Welland & District SPCA are teaming up to offer a mobile spay/neuter clinic to underserved pet owners to help reduce pet overpopulation in the Cornwall area.

On Thursday, Oct. 4 and Friday, Oct. 5, the Welland & District Mobile Outreach Clinic will host a spay/neuter clinic for disadvantaged pet owners. The mobile clinic will be based at the Cornwall Civic Complex, located at 100 Water St. E. Surgical services will be offered for dogs and cats and will include a basic veterinary examination, spay or neuter procedure, rabies vaccine, microchip and post-surgery “cone,” if needed. The cost will be $150 per dog of any size and $90 per cat.

Surgical exams can be upgraded to include the wellness exam for an additional $20 on top of the surgical fee. The wellness exam includes Core vaccine (DA2PPV for dogs, FVRCP for cats), one dose of deworming and heartworm testing for dogs of appropriate age.

Pet owners must register in advance on Sept. 14 between 10 a.m. and 12:30 p.m. at the Cornwall Civic Complex, Salon A, Lower Level. For booking requirements, please contact Amanda at 613-585-9709.

“This mobile spay/neuter clinic is a critical initiative in the ongoing efforts to reduce pet overpopulation in Cornwall,” says Daryl Vaillancourt, Senior Director, Humane Programs & Community Outreach, Ontario SPCA. “We’re excited to be partnering with the Welland & District SPCA to bring this mobile clinic to the community to make spaying and neutering accessible to all pet owners.”

“The Welland SPCA is proud to be partnering with the Ontario SPCA to deliver much-needed and innovative mobile services to areas in need,” says John Greer, Executive Director, Welland and District SPCA.”

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Amanda Eckersley
Ontario SPCA


John Greer
Welland & District SPCA


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