PREPARING FOR YOUR VISIT
Adult Dogs & Cats:
No food or water after midnight the night before the procedure.
Kittens, Puppies, and Toy Breeds under 6lbs: Pick up food and water the morning of the procedure and do not feed breakfast.
*Please arrive a few minutes early if you have to sign a consent form, pay a balance, or want to add on services.
Drop Off/Check In is at 8:30am for Dogs on the day of their procedure.
Dogs with early surgeries may be ready for pickup as soon as noon. We will give you a call if your Dog is ready go home early, otherwise, same Day Pickup for Dogs is at 1pm. Please pull in front of or next to our bus, turn on your flashers, and stay in your vehicle for pickup and drop off.
Drop Off/Check In is at 8:45am for Cats on the day of their procedure. Cats with early surgeries may be ready for pickup as soon as 1pm. We will give you a call if your Cat is ready go home early, otherwise, same Day Pickup for Cats is at 2:30pm. Please pull in front of or next to our bus, turn on your flashers, and stay in your vehicle for pickup and drop off.
*Animals not picked up by owners will have to be picked up from the Humane Society of Hobart and will be required to pay a boarding fee.
**PROOF OF RABIES CERTIFICATE IS REQUIRED FOR SURGERY
(if you cannot provide proof of current rabies certificate by the time of drop off, one will be mandatorily given to your pet and you will be billed $25; a rabies tag does not count as proof, you must provide a rabies certificate with Veterinarian information
***Tattoo placement next to incision is required to indicate spay/neuter status in accordance with ASPCA standards
*It is your responsibility to disclose any preexisting conditions your animal has before booking your appointment*
*We recommend vaccinating your animals at the time of surgery with their annual vaccines, heartworm testing and prevention, microchipping, nail trim, ear cleaning, and flea and tick prevention *additional monthly doses available*
*As in any clinic, measures are taken to minimize exposure to airborne pathogens, however, animals may be exposed to airborne disease and the responsibility falls on the consenting owner for any care or treatment for non-vaccinated animals experiencing symptoms not related to the surgical procedure, incision, or anesthetic protocol i.e. kennel cough, flu, URI, parvo, etc.
PLEASE LET US KNOW IF YOU WOULD LIKE US TO WEAR A MASK