PAWS clinic keeps pets healthy and in their homes

The Banfield Charitable Trust has announced that for the second year running, they will support PAWS’ efforts to provide low-cost preventive veterinary care to at-risk pets at our Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic. In doing so, they are helping us keep pets healthy, in their homes, and out of shelters.

PAWS’ Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic, located at 2900 Grays Ferry Avenue, offers wellness check-ups, vaccinations, parasite prevention, and other services to pet owners who may otherwise lack the ability to access affordable care. The clinic aims to help pet owners provide proper basic care for their pets, reduce the number of animals surrendered to shelters by their owners due to an inability to care for them, and prevent the birth of unwanted litters.

The clinic is open seven days a week and provides basic services and spay/neuter surgery by appointment. Every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., we hold walk-in vaccination clinics ($25 per pet), making it convenient and affordable for pet owners to access care. Our clinic’s work is possible thanks to the generous contributions of PAWS supporters; please click here to make a donation.

Here are a few pets (and the people who love them) who visited during our walk-in days. . .

Nena visited to receive her third set of booster vaccinations. She has come to PAWS for all three rounds.

Pooches, just three months old, was brought to PAWS by her owner to receive her second round of vaccinations.

Billie was recently rescued by her new owner from life on the street. She received vaccinations and deworming treatment to help her get a healthy start in her new home.

Jade is three years old and has been a beloved family member since she was a puppy. She received her yearly vaccinations and wellness checkup to ensure she has many happy years ahead.

Hov received his second round of vaccinations as well as de-worming treatment. His owner also made an appointment to have him neutered once he’s old enough for surgery.

Ying, a shy 2-year-old Dachshund, came in for his rabies, distemper, bordetella, and Lyme vaccinations.

Daddy took his first-ever trip out of the house to receive his first set of vaccinations.

Florence came in to receive deworming medicine. She’s around 6 months old and is the family’s second cat.

Gigi received her first set of vaccinations, and her family made plans to bring her back in three weeks for her rabies vaccination and booster.

Mink is a playful puppy who came in for her first round of vaccinations. She’ll be back in a few weeks to receive her second round, as well as her spay surgery and microchip.

Sophie’s whole family brought her in for her first-ever wellness visit and vaccinations.

Jet came for his yearly vaccinations and also received a nail trim while he was here.

For more information on PAWS’ Spay/Neuter and Wellness Clinic, click here. Walk-in vaccination clinics are held every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Additional clinical services are offered seven days a week by appointment. For more details or to make an appointment, please contact 215-298-9680 ext. 0 or

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