The Spay and Neuter Commuter
For cats and dogs in Davidson County, NC
In 2012 - 6,591 animals were euthanized in Davidson County.  
But you can make a difference.  Find out how below.



Essential Information
  • When:  Every 3rd Wednesday of the month

  • Where:  **NEW LOCATION** -  1114 Piedmont Drive. (From Lexington: Head NE on S. Main St. toward Hwy 85, turn left onto Fairground Rd., take the first right onto Piedmont Drive @ Regency Motel, and 1114 Piedmont Drive is the 3rd property on the left)

  • Animals must be dropped off by the owner between 7:15 and 8:15 a.m. WEDNESDAY at the above location.

  • Animals will return on THURSDAY at 10:30 a.m. @ 1114 Piedmont Drive
  • You MUST have an appointment for your pet to be on The Spay and Neuter Commuter.  You cannot show up on transport day and expect to reserve a spot for your pet.                                                                                                                 
  • Payment is due on first transport day (Wednesday) - no credit cards or personal checks, please!  We ONLY accept cash or money order.

  • We must have at least one contact number to reach pet owner at all times.                                                                          
  • All pets must be in a hard plastic carrier (only one pet per carrier).  If you do not have a carrier, The Spay and Neuter Commuter volunteers will have some carriers available on loan but there is not an abundant supply.  We do not reserve loaner carriers for anyone.

  • You must present a current, valid copy (NOT ORIGINAL) of your pet's Rabies certificate on the Wednesday transport day.  A Rabies tag on a collar is insufficient.  If you do not have a Rabies certificate, your animal can still be transported to Planned Pethood for surgery, where a Rabies vaccine will be administered for an additional charge of $10.

About Planned Pethood

The Planned Pethood Spay & Neuter Clinic has been a high-volume, low-cost spay and neuter clinic since May of 2007.

Since opening, they have performed almost 15,000 sterilization surgeries with an average of 240 per week.

The clinic is a state-of-the-art veterinary facility with glass walls between the dog and cat ward, a surgery ward, and a prep area to allow for visual monitoring of patients throughout the day.

In the separate dog and cat wards there is a high-tech, human grade oxygen system.

Surgeries are performed by two full-time Board Certified Veterinarians, Dr. Joy McMillian, DVM (clinic owner) and Dr. Paula Reisdorf, DVM.

The clinic has a professional, experienced, and caring staff who strive to provide excellent customer and client oriented service.  The staff treats each animal that comes in for surgery as if it was their own pet.  
 
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Learn more @ Planned Pethood's Website
 
 
Below:  Loading crates carefully into the vehicle







Below:  The crates are secured so they do not move during transit.







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