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.  
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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