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Need to Contact The Monroe Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic?

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Clinic Phone : (704) 292-7729

Clinic Email:  monroespayneuter@frontier.com

Clinic Fax: 704-292-1007

Address: 4015 Waxhaw Hwy (Hwy 75), Monroe, NC 28112

 

Spay/Neuter Surgery is done by appointment with scheduled surgeries on Tuesday, Thursday & Friday. In November and December we will be open for Surgery every other Monday. Wellness Wednesday hours are Wednesday’s from 9am-4pm. Wellness Wednesday’s provides low cost shots, testing and preventatives.

Drop off times for surgery appointments: 7:00 and 7:45 a.m

Same Day Pick Up – Dog pick time is between 3:30p.m. to 4:45p.

Same Day Pick Up – Cat pick up time is between 4p.m. to 4:45p.m.

Need to Make An Appointment?

The Monroe Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic has several options to assist with making an appointment and how to contact the clinic. Schedule-Your-Appointment-Sidebar

    • Call us 704-292-SPAY(7729)
    • Use our online appointment form to submit your surgery request. Form is located by clicking HERE
    • Send us an Email at monroespayneuter@frontier.com

In your email or if you leave us a phone message, please include details about your pet such as dog/cat, age, weight and what services you’d like to done. With this information we are better prepared to answer your questions when we call you back.

  Clinic is located at 4015 Waxhaw Hwy (Hwy 75),  Monroe, NC 28112  

 Important information about our clinic: The Monroe Low-Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic offers vaccines and testing at the time of a scheduled spay/neuter surgical appointment. Low cost vaccines, testing and preventatives are also provided on Wednesdays during our  Wellness Wednesdays, which run from 9am-4pm and require an appointment. These are wellness visits only. If your dog is sick or needing medication please see your regular veterinarian. We do not treat sick animals. Your Female Dog/Cat Will Be Tattooed. A small green line will be placed next to the dog or cat’s incision site. The tattoo applied is a symbol recognized by most veterinarians indicating the dog/cat has already been altered. This is done to prevent them from possibly undergoing a second unnecessary surgical procedure. Tattooing is a mandatory part of our services.