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  1. What services are offered at the Spay/Neuter Clinic?
    Veterinarian-performed spay/neuter surgeries for dogs and cats, weighing 4 lbs or more. State-mandated rabies vaccinations & standard immunizations at the time of surgery.

  2. Why are ARF's services limited to spays, neuters and vaccines?
    ARF's mission is to end the reliance on euthanasia to control pet overpopulation. Therefore, our time and resources can only be spent spaying and neutering pets. Vaccines are administered to comply with local and state laws.

  3. Does ARF work with feral cats?
    Yes. Click here for more information on how ARF supports TNR (trap-neuter-return).

  4. What kind of transport vehicle will be used to transport my pet?
    ARF's transport vehicle is a cargo truck with a corrugated floor. Bungee cords are used to secure the crates and protect animals from moving around during transit. The back is temperature-controlled for the comfort and safety of the animals.

  5. How will my pet be monitored during surgery?
    While under anesthesia, your pet's oxygenation and pulse will be electronically monitored with a probe gently attached to your pet's tongue. This technology is similar to monitoring pulse and oxygen levels in humans using a probe placed on the finger.

  6. Will my pet receive pain-relieving medication?
    Yes. Your pet received an injectable pain reliever that will last for 24 hours.  You will receive 4 days worth of post operative pain medicine to take home for your pet to be administered starting the first day after surgery.