Spaying and neutering helps keep the population of cats and dogs more manageable to ensure fewer animals are left homeless. HAP believes in spaying and neutering (also known as “fixing”) as a moral imperative. Millions of cats and dogs are euthanized each year because there are not enough homes for all of them. You can be an important part of the solution and help your pet live a happier, healthier, and longer life!
January 5, 2023
Humane Animal Partners (HAP), a statewide animal welfare organization with locations in Wilmington, Stanton/Christiana, and Rehoboth Beach, is expanding their low-cost spay/neuter and veterinary wellness programs by adding additional days of service.
HAP Stanton/Christiana will now offer low-cost spay/neuter services to the public every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday. HAP Wilmington will now offer low-cost spay/neuter services every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday. To incentivize Delaware pet owners to spay and neuter their pets, HAP is also offering $50 spay/neuter surgeries for all cats through Friday, January 20. This promotion is valid at both HAP Wilmington and Stanton/Christiana locations.
Spaying and neutering helps keep the population of cats and dogs more manageable to ensure fewer animals are left homeless. HAP believes in spaying and neutering as a moral imperative. Millions of cats and dogs are euthanized every year because there are simply not enough homes for all of them. Spaying and neutering pets is an important part of the solution and helps pets live happier, healthier, and longer lives.
Those interested in scheduling a spay/neuter appointment can sign up for a surgery slot at humaneanimalpartners.org/services/spay-neuter/, email firstname.lastname@example.org (Wilmington) or email@example.com (Stanton/Christiana), or call (302) 571-0111 (Wilmington) or (302) 998-2281 (Stanton/Christiana).
In addition to low-cost spay/neuter services, Humane Animal Partners veterinary staff also treats animals each month for medical issues including ear and skin infections, basic upper respiratory infections, vaccinations, routine bloodwork, and more. As local pet owners struggle to get timely veterinary care at local animal hospitals and veterinary centers, HAP’s expanded veterinary wellness program will address this vital need.
HAP Stanton/Christiana will now offer wellness clinic appointments every Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. HAP Wilmington will offer wellness clinic appointments every Wednesday and Thursday.
“Everyone who has a pet should have access to quality veterinary care, regardless of income status,” says Dr. Carla Andrews, Doctor of Veterinary Medicine at Longwood Veterinary Center. “I highly encourage the community to take advantage of the wellness clinics provided by Humane Animal Partners.” Dr. Andrews continues, “Non-profit organizations like Humane Animal Partners work alongside veterinary hospitals to help provide accessible, low-cost financial options to communities in need to ensure essential veterinary care for all. This care can prevent further veterinary needs and costs later on in life and is integral to the health of your pet.”
Those interested in scheduling a veterinary wellness appointment can visit humaneanimalpartners.org/services/vet-care/ to sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org (Wilmington) or email@example.com (Stanton/Christiana), or call (302) 571-0111 (Wilmington) or (302) 998-2281 (Stanton/Christiana).