Spay Our Strays Clinic
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Proper veterinary care for your pets is essential when they're sick as well as when they're healthy. But sometimes, it can get expensive, especially when you have multiple pets, and you're left to choose which vital services you can afford for your pets.
CSTAR's low-cost services provide you with a way to save a little money on many basic but crucial services so you can better afford annual wellness visits, sick visits, medications, and all of the other aspects of veterinary care that your furry family members need to live long, healthy lives!
In addition to spay/neuter surgery and vaccinations, we have many other services available for both cats and dogs at our Spay Our Strays spay/neuter and vaccine clinics. Available services include:
  • FIV/FeLV testing for cats
  • Heartworm testing and preventives for dogs
  • Lyme testing for dogs
  • Flea/tick treatment
  • Ear cleaning/ear mite treatment
  • Deworming (roundworm/hookworm/tapeworm)
  • Nail Trimming
  • Microchipping
Please see our clinic services page for a full list of available services and their prices.
Appointments are required for all services at our mega clinics. You can make appointments for vaccinations and/or services at our spay/neuter clinics even if your cat or dog does not need spay/neuter surgery.
Walk-ins are welcome at our mini clinics during the times listed on our upcoming clinics page. You may schedule an appointment in advance for faster service on the day of the mini clinic, but appointments are not required for vaccinations and/or other non-surgical services at our mini clinics.
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Have a cat to be fixed? Sign your cat up for our Wellness Package at our Sunday mega clinic and get your cat's flea/tick treatment for free!
This package includes spay/neuter surgery, rabies and FVRCP (distemper) vaccinations, FIV/FeLV testing, ear cleaning/ear mite treatment, deworming, nail trimming, and microchipping for just $115 and
your cat gets a free Frontine Plus flea/tick treatment.
Wellness Exams
CSTAR Animal Care does not offer wellness exams or sick/injured veterinary care. It's important that you have a relationship established with a veterinarian for wellness checks and for when your cat or dog is in need of veterinary care for illness, injury, etc. If you need a recommendation for a veterinarian in your area, you can ask friends, family members, coworkers, etc.; you can give us a call; or, you can check out our featured vets page to view some of the veterinary offices that have been very supportive of our mission and our programs, including our Spay Our Strays Clinic.
In addition to spay/neuter surgery and vaccinations, regular wellness exams are an essential part of keeping your cat or dog healthy for years to come. Regular wellness exams allow your veterinarian to evaluate your pet's general health and to catch health problems before they become more serious, especially because many aspects of your pet's health can change in a short amount of time. Since your pet can't tell you when he or she isn't feeling well, regular exams by your veterinarian, even when your cat or dog appears healthy, are the best way to monitor your pet's overall health. Generally, it is recommended that cats and dogs receive their wellness exams annually, although pets with certain health conditions and older pets may need to be examined more often, so talk with your veterinarian to find out what's best for each of your pets.
It's also very important for you to be aware of changes in your cat or dog's habits, lifestyle, and environment, such as increases or decreases in your cat or dog's eating habits, drinking habits, weight, energy level, urination, defecation, etc., and for you to bring these changes to your veterinarian's attention. Also, watch for other common signs of illness such as vomiting, diarrhea, coughing, eye discharge, nasal discharge, excessive panting, excessive scratching, unusual odors, and lumps, and make sure to contact your veterinarian with your concerns.

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