Pit Bull Spay/Neuter Program
Due to breed overpopulation, we provide spay/neuter surgery for any York County Pit Bull for a discounted price of $50.
If you have a Pit Bull in your family and would like to schedule an appointment, please email email@example.com the following information:
- A photo of your license. This is to confirm that you are a York County Resident. The Pit Bull program is only available to York County Residents.
- A photo of your dog. This is to confirm that it is a Pit Bull. Some Pit Bull mixes may qualify for the program, but they need to look primarily Pit Bull in order to qualify.
- A phone number for contact.
If you are approved for the Pit Bull program, we will place you on a call list to have someone call and set up an appointment for you. A $50 deposit will be required over the phone in order to set up the appointment. Please note that we tend to book 2-3 months out for appointments.
Pricing and Additional Services
The Pit Bull Program is $50 per dog. This cost includes the spay/neuter, pain medications and an e-collar to go home, and a microchip.
- Dogs must be up to date on their rabies vaccine.
- If they are not up to date, then the clinic will be required to do one while they are in our care. This is $20 additional.
- You may opt for other additional services at the time of drop off.
Please visit the pricing page for additional services and their costs
Protocol and Forms
- We ask that you please do not feed your pet after midnight the night before and the morning of the procedure. Water is okay.
- Check-in for surgery is between 7:00-7:30am
- Park in the lower parking lot and remain in your vehicle. A staff member will come to you.
- Please have a copy of your pets Rabies vaccination if possible.
- Please have forms filled out and ready for check-in.
- Pick-up is 3:15-4:00pm that afternoon.
In order to expedite the intake process, please print and complete the following forms and bring them to your already scheduled appointment. Both the Medical History Form and Bloodwork Recommendations Form are required.
Dogs In Heat
If your dog is currently in heat or her heat cycle has ended within the past 6 weeks, it is strongly recommended to delay her surgery until the uterus and ovaries have returned to their normal state. Being in estrus (in heat) can put your pet at an increased risk for intraoperative and postoperative bleeding. Being in heat will also increase your pet’s time under anesthesia and increase the size of her surgical incision.
If you need to reschedule your appointment, please email firstname.lastname@example.org and we can reschedule your pet to a later date. If you wish to proceed with the surgery despite your pet being in heat or recently being in heat, there will be an additional waiver to sign at check-in stating that you are aware of the increased anesthetic risks involved.