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Why Spay And Neuter - Operation Pets

TOP REASONS TO SPAY OR NEUTER YOUR PET. 1. YOUR FEMALE DOG OR CAT WILL LIVE A LONGER, HEALTHIER LIFE. Spaying—the removal of the ovaries and uterus—is a veterinary procedure performed under general anesthesia that usually requires minimal hospitalization. Spaying a female cat or dog helps prevent pyometra (pus-filled uterus) and breast cancer.

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Posted: (52 years ago) The solution to the stray, abandoned, and unwanted companion animal dilemma is this: only by spaying and neutering all companion animals will we get a handle on pet overpopulation, with all its tragic consequences. We target companion animal and feral cat populations that are most in need of spay/neuter services.

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Spay/Neuter Services for Western NY - Operation Pets Spay ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Your Donation… Operation PETS is a 501(c)(3) not for profit organization dedicated to ending pet overpopulation by providing targeted, high-volume, high-quality, and affordable sterilization services for companion animals and feral cat populations. We are privileged to work with a wide variety of shelters, humane societies, animal rescue and adoption groups, and other animal welfare ...

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Affordable Spay and Neuter Buffalo NY - Operation PETS

Posted: (52 years ago) Helpful Pet Resources; Select Page. 716-783-8998. Donate Services. Operation PETS is dedicated to improving animal welfare, by providing high quality, affordable spay/neuter and client education to the underserved population of Buffalo & Western New York. Post Operation Instruction Videos.

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What To Bring To Your Appointment - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) 5) When your paperwork is completed we will ask you to bring your pet in. 6) Our veterinarian will perform a pre-operative physical examination to make sure that your pet is a good candidate for surgery. If your pet is too fractious to handle, a physical exam will be performed under anesthesia.

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Operation Pets - Follow A Typical Day at Operation PETS

Posted: (52 years ago) When you arrive you will leave your pet in the car and come inside first to complete the required paperwork and pay. When your paperwork is complete we will ask you to bring your pet in. Our veterinarian will perform a pre-operative physical exam to make sure that your pet …

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Donate to Operation PETS - The Spay/Neuter Clinic of WNY Inc.

Posted: (52 years ago) Your donation towards the spay/neuter of a pet whose owner cannot afford our low fee or for the spay/neuter of a forgotten feral cat will save thousands of innocent lives by preventing unplanned or unwanted litters. Any contribution, small or large, is greatly appreciated. Just click on the Donate button to make your secure online donation ...

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Prepare for Spay/Neuter Surgery - Day of ... - Operation PETS

Posted: (52 years ago) PRE-SURGERY EXAM. 1) Our veterinarian will perform a pre-operative physical examination to make sure that your pet is a good candidate for surgery. 2) If your pet is too fractious to handle, a physical exam will be performed under anesthesia. 3) Feral cats receive their physical exams under anesthesia. 4) If your pet shows signs of illness or ...

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Frequently Asked Questions - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) If your pet is too fractious to handle, a physical exam will be performed under anesthesia. Feral cats get their exam under anesthesia. If your pet is showing signs of illness or if there are any concerns (such as a heart murmur, severe upper respiratory infection, obesity, food in stomach) we may refuse surgery if we feel surgery is a health risk.

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Clinic Eligibility Requirements for Dogs - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) For your pet’s protection we recommend dogs have their first DA2PPV (parvovirus-distemper) vaccine prior to coming to the clinic (vaccine takes up to two weeks to take effect). INCOME QUALIFIED DOG OWNERS MUST MEET ONE OF THE ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS BELOW TO USE OUR SERVICES. 1. NEW YORK STATE BENEFIT CARD FOR TEMPORARY ASSISTANCE, MEDICAID ...

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Operation Pets Spay/Neuter Clinic of WNY - SPCA Serving ...

  Buffalo, NY

Posted: (52 years ago) Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic of Western New York - Find us at 3443 South Park Ave., Buffalo, NY 14219 or call us at 716-783-8998

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Patient's Day at Operation PETS - Follow a Patient

Posted: (52 years ago) Patient's Day at Operation PETS - Follow a Patient. 716-783-8998 Donate Services. A patient’s day. Follow a Patient. Though we are a high-volume clinic, we treat each animal as if it was one of ours. Follow PENNY, a typical Operation PETS patient, through her stay with us. Prev.

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Helpful Pet Resources - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) All4Pets WNY www.all4petswny.org Amber Alert for Pets www.petamberalert.com Animal Cruelty Investigations www.yourspca.org Erie County Animal Control Feline Behavior Problems – House Soiling www2.vet.cornell.edu/departments-centers-and-institutes/cornell-feline-health-center Free Rabies Clinics in Erie County www2.erie.gov/health Free Rabies Clinics in Niagara County www.niagaracounty.com/health/Services/Environmental-Health/Rabies Help Me….I Found A Stray! A P…

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Operation Pets Spay/Neuter Clinic of WNY - Contact Us

  Buffalo, NY

Posted: (52 years ago) Operation Pets Spay Neuter Clinic of Western New York - Find us at 3443 South Park Ave., Buffalo, NY 14219 or call us at 716-783-8998

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Help your pet recover after surgery - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) Your pet will typically require 18-24 hours to recover from the general anesthesia. Most animals will be back to normal when the anesthesia leaves their system entirely. • Your pet may sleep much more than normal for 18-24 hours following surgery. • You pet may be a little agitated or aggressive due to the after-effects of anesthesia.

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Clinic requirements for cat eligibility - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) Clinic Eligibility Requirements for Cats for services offered at Operation PETS Spay/Neuter Clinic of WNY Inc. Call us with any questions 716-783-8998.

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Frontline Newsletter - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) See our Helpful Pet Resources page for links to help on such topics as lost pets, animal rescue & adoption, socializing cats wildlife rehabilitation & more.

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Operations PETS Staff - Behind the Scenes at our Spay ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Helpful Pet Resources; Select Page. 716-783-8998. Donate Services. Behind the Scenes Meet the Operations PETS Staff. We have assembled a wonderful, competent staff. They are the heartbeat of our clinic and indispensable to the successful operation of the clinic.

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Donate to Operation PETS - The Spay/Neuter Clinic of WNY Inc.

Posted: (52 years ago) Tremendous as the problem of pet overpopulation is, it can be solved. With your help we can continue our mission to save thousands of innocent lives through prevention. Your donation towards the spay/neuter of a pet whose owner cannot afford our low fee or for the spay/neuter of a forgotten feral cat will save thousands of innocent lives by ...

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Feral Cat Sterilization - Operation Pets & TNVR Program

Posted: (52 years ago) 716-783-8998 Donate Services. Welcome! Operation PETS Welcomes Feral Cats. for Sterilization. Every day, compassionate people across Western New York provide care to feral cats. Operation PETS works with many local residents to spay and neuter feral cats through a Trap-Neuter-Vaccinate-Return (TNVR) program. TNVR is widely regarded as the most ...

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Wish List - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) Donations can be dropped off at our clinic. Monday-Thursday (10am-4pm). Operation PETS is a 501 (c) (3) not-for-profit organization. Your donations are tax deductible. Our Wish List…. Monetary Donations. Gift Cards: OfficeMax, PetSmart, BJs, WalMart, Tops, Wegmans. Printer/Copy Paper. Pink or Blue Blank Index Cards (3×5)

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Curbside Donations accepted at Operation PETS Buffalo NY

Posted: (52 years ago) Only by spaying and neutering companion animals and feral cats will we get a handle on pet overpopulation and end the euthanasia of thousands of animals each year in our communities. Donate to Help Keep Our Clinic Running Running a high-volume clinic is a huge undertaking. As a non- profit organization we depend on donations to keep our doors open.

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Emergency Contacts - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) If there is an emergency when Operation PETS is not open, please call your regular veterinarian or one of the following 24-hour veterinary emergency hospitals for medical assistance. Grand Island Animal Hospital. 2323 Whitehaven Road, Grand Island, NY. (716) 773-7645. Orchard Park Veterinary Medical Center. 3930 North Buffalo Rd, Orchard Park, NY.

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Revolution For Cats - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) Revolution is an FDA-approved, topically applied medication for cats that: Kills adult fleas and prevents flea eggs from hatching. Prevents heartworm disease. Treats and controls ear mites. Treats and controls roundworms. Treats and controls hookwormsIf left untreated, parasite infections can lead to severe illness or even death.

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Clinic requirements for cat eligibility - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) Clinic Eligibility Requirements for Cats for services offered at Operation PETS Spay/Neuter Clinic of WNY Inc. Call us with any questions 716-783-8998.

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Matching Donation Opportunity - Operation Pets

Posted: (52 years ago) Helpful Pet Resources; Select Page. 716-783-8998. Donate Services We reached our matching goal of $10,000.00! Our generous donors matched an additional $15,000.00. We are so grateful!! If you wish to donate follow the link below!! Operation PETS is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.

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Rescue Partner Eligibility for Operation PETS, Spay/Neuter ...

Posted: (52 years ago) Rescue, adoption or shelter organizations must be pre-approved to use our clinic. You must be a 501 (c) (3) non-profit with an established spay/neuter policy, vaccination protocol, and have a minimum of one year experience in the animal welfare, rescue, or adoption field. Prior to making an appointment you must first complete and submit a ...

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