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Spay/Neuter Special: $20 Surgery for Pet Parents in Select Zip Codes!

Written by: Kimberly Ring

Do You Live In One of These Zip Codes?

AHS' Marge Wright Veterinary Clinic is offering $20 spay/neuter surgeries to dog and cat owners living in select zip codes, courtesy of Circle of Friends and the Arizona Companion Animal Spay and Neuter Committee! This special offer is available to residents of the following zip codes: 85051, 85053, 85301, 85009, 85029, 85035, 85017, 85021, and 85041. For pet parents who live outside of these zip codes, regular pricing for spay/neuter surgeries is available here. Appointments are available at AHS' Marge Wright Veterinary Clinic (1311 W. Hatcher Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85021) on Mondays only from Monday, November 9 to Monday, February 22. The $20 cost is required at the time of booking. To schedule an appointment, please call 602.997.7585 ext. 4001 and mention the promo code "Monday." Please leave a voicemail if necessary and your call with be returned shortly. Space is limited. Pets must be between 3 and120 lbs and between 2 months and 6 years. Please note that some pets may require an appointment prior to surgery to evaluate their health and possibly additional surgery charges, such as high-risk breeds (Pugs, Bulldogs, and other brachycephalic breeds), overweight pets, pets 7 years and older, etc. Please review Pre-Surgery Instructions. Neutering your pet prior to maturity and spaying your pet prior to her first heat cycle (both at 4 to 6 months old) offers the best protection against serious health issues and the establishment of negative behaviors. [one_half] Spaying Your Female Dog Or Cat:
  • Helps prevent serious medical conditions, such as uterine infections, uterine/ovarian cancer and breast cancer.
  • Is far less expensive than the cost of treating an infection, having an emergency c-section, treating cancer or raising a litter of puppies or kittens.
[/one_half][one_half_last] Neutering Your Male Dog Or Cat:
  • Helps prevent serious medical conditions, such as testicular cancer and often has a positive effect on your pet’s behavior.
  • Makes pet less likely to mark his territory or spray urine throughout the house.
  • Tends to make pet less aggressive and less likely to roam.

Learn More About Spay/Neuter!

November 2, 2020