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Staten Island Council for Animal Welfare
In 1996, a low cost certificate program (Neuter Network) was established to promote affordable spay/neuter to encourage people to spay/neuter their pets and neighborhood strays.
Low cost spay/neuter certificate program administered by the Staten Island Council for Animal Welfare, Inc.
Pay less then half the price normally charged**.
Please do not allow your pet, or the strays you feed, to reproduce. Millions of innocent pets are put to death each year. Their crime: simply being born. Cost of certificates includes an examination, surgery and anesthesia. Vaccinations and/or medications, if necessary, are not included. There is an additional charge for dogs over 50lbs, for pregnant animals, for animals in heat, and for animals with medical complications. Certificates are good for sixty days. They are not replaceable or refundable. It takes 2 weeks to get certificate. Certificate should not be sent for until animal is 4 months old.
For further information call 718 356-2334.
**Not all hospitals honor free exam. May not be applicable for purebred animals. Please double check when you call for appt.**
Aadobe Animal Hospital 1409 Richmond Avenue 718-370-0700
Clinic at Country Estate Kennels 4838 Arthur Kill Road 718-356-3933
Gateway Animal Hospital 4236 Hylan Boulevard 718-984-1000
Hylan Animal Hospital 1200 Hylan Boulevard 347-934-3377 (cats only)
Island Bird, Cat and Dog Vet Group 369 Manor Road 718-370-9472
Northside Animal Hospital 773 Post Avenue 718-981-4445 (no feral cats)
Rosebank Veterinary Practice 1230 Bay Street 718-273-9800
Staten Island Vet Group 3875 Victory Boulevard 718-370-0390
Sheepshead Bay Veterinary Group 2206 Avenue U 718-368-1863
Please help SICAW
continue our good work helping the homeless pets of Staten Island by making a tax deductible donation today.
Every dollar helps!!.
**Prices vary for special services such as surgery for dogs over 50 lbs., pregnant animals, animals in heat, etc. Sometimes it is not possible to foresee existing complications prior to a medical examination. When possible, ascertain additional costs for which you will be responsible at the time you make your appointment. In any event, before you admit your pet for surgery you should receive an estimate of any additional fees.**
The fact that man knows right from wrong proves his intellectual superiority to the other creatures; but the fact that he can do wrong proves his moral inferiority to any creatures that cannot.
- Mark Twain
Non-Profit Tax Exempt