Will be offering low-cost spay and neuter services / TNR program to help with the overpopulation of cats we have here in Sequatchie county and surrounding areas.
This facility is a non-profit organization inspired to help the residents and animals in our area with a low cost solution to spay and neuter. It is dedicated to ending unwanted litters of dogs and cats thereby eliminating the need to euthanize homeless animals.
"Respect for Life" Reverse the universal acceptance of KILLING as a solution to pet overpopulation by using low cost spay and neuter, education, pet adoption and community involvement.
DHPP/FVRCP –(Distemper, Hepatitis, Parainfluenza, and Parvovirus / Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Panleukopenia)
FVRCP –(Feline Viral Rhinotracheitis, Calicivirus and Panleukopenia)
RABIES FOR DOGS/CATS
DE-WORMING- $5 for cats and $10 for dogs
Pet Microchip- $25
Kennel Cough – $12
Heartworm test - $20
Feline Leukemia test- $25
A: No, this is not an animal rescue shelter. It will only be a same day low-cost spay and neuter facility. Hopefully, in the near future, Dunlap will have a much-needed animal shelter.
A: Don’t let that stop you from contacting us! We have programs that can help!
A: The vet will be skilled at handling animals in heat and we will be glad to discuss the procedure with you.
A: No, as this is a same day procedure your pets will be coming home later that same day.
A: Yes, just be sure to ask us when you contact us for the current cost.
Well, another year behind us. 2021 we preformed 3,118 spay/neuter surgeries. I would like to thank the staff and everyone involved with our success. Because of your devotion, commitment and hard work we ended the year on a good note.
2022 will be a better year! This week we will be finishing the storage unit (portable building on side of clinic) into a much needed office space and converting the lobby/office into a large kennel room. The clinic is looking to purchase 4 large stainless steel kennels.
We are pleased to announce we have received two grants, one from Petco $1,000 and Tennessee Spay/Neuter Coalition matching donation grant $1,000. To match the donation grant we will be posting a donation button, aluminium can drive located by Walgreens, plus future fundraisers to reach that goal.
I would like to thank everyone that uses our services, by your donations, contributions, much-needed items to operate. This keeps our cost down, and therefore helps more animals and prevents unwanted litters.
Thanks again. SVLCSN
The completion of the storage unit into office space will start later this week 2/3/22. The old office space will be converted into a large dog kennel room. The clinic is looking for donations to purchase 4 large stainless steel kennels for the large kennel room. We appreciate all your help, with your help we are able to continue offering low cost spay/neuters. Debbie & Staff
We at Sequatchie Valley Low Cost Spay & Neuter are asking for your partnership to help reverse the serious overpopulation of homeless dogs and cats in Sequatchie and surrounding counties. Our clinic's mission is to provide high-quality, low-cost spay and neuter services of dogs and cats as a humane alternative to euthanasia.
Your support and contributions will enable us to meet our goals and improve conditions. Your generous donation will fund our mission.