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Clark County Humane Society FixaPet Program Information and Procedures
Thank you very much for inquiring about FixaPet, our low-cost spay/neuter program. FixaPet is our attempt to help with the tremendous pet overpopulation problem in the area. We are proud to be able to offer this to the public as one of the many services available from the Clark County Humane Society. 
Due to the efforts and generosity of many individuals we have funded the expense of setting up a modern, fully-functional surgery room on site at the Shelter. This has been a dream of ours for many years and in 2007 it finally came true. We are now in a position to make a real difference in the lives of cats, dogs and the people that care for them.
Please read through all informational materials.  Make sure that you understand all of the details. If you have any questions regarding this program or any forms please contact us.

Checklist of things to do before you arrive at the Shelter
1) Make sure you have the correct date and time to arrive.

2) If another person is bringing your pet, please make sure they have complete information about your pet.

3) Each cat must arrive in its’ own carrier (boxes or laundry baskets are not acceptable).  Place a clean towel in each carrier to help absorb any urine or vomit that may occur.

4) Pet cats may ride more calmly with a towel or blanket over the carrier. Feral cats must have their carrier or trap covered at all times.

5) Please note that if your kitty has an upper respiratory infection with a runny nose and/or eyes, we will not be able to perform the surgery.  We will be happy to examine the pet and dispense antibiotics (at an additional cost) and reschedule the appointment for when your pet is healthy.  Should your pet have a heart murmur when examined, we may not be able to perform surgery.

6) Dogs must be securely collared and on a leash.  No retractable leashes please.  Dogs must be under control at all times.  Please do not have a prong collar or shock collar on your dog; you will be asked to replace it upon arrival. 

Checklist of things to do when you arrive at the Shelter
1) Note that the FixaPet facility is located on the right side of the CCHS Campus.  Look for the large FixaPet sign on the side of the building!

2) We ask that one client come into the building at a time for check-in.

3) Staff will review your information and the service(s) you have requested for your pet.

4) Please provide information regarding any medical issues the animals may have, including any current medications.

5) If you have a voucher or coupon for the spay/neuter, please provide it at the time of check-in.

6) If you have not already reviewed and signed the consent form, you will be asked to do so.

7) Please feel free to ask any questions!  

8) Pick-up time is at 4:30.

 When you come back to pick up your pet
1) Remember, services must be paid for or pet/s will not be released to you.  We will email you the payment details during the afternoon and you can pay online in advance of pick-up or you can pay when arrive to get your pet. 

2) Come to the office and let staff know you are here.

3) Staff will go over the services provided and explain all charges. We will also review the pain medication with you.  

4) You must pay by cash or credit/debit card.  We do not accept checks.

5) You will be given a copy of Post-surgical instructions.

Again, thank you for inquiring about our FixaPet program. Some of the paperwork may look a little intimidating but don’t worry, we’ll walk you through it.  It’s really very simple and the program works great. Please call with any questions. You will save a lot of money, your pet/s will have a better life and we will have less litters and unwanted pets to deal with. It’s an all-around winner for everyone! 

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