EPAA Clinic List of Services
To make an appointment or if you have questions email epaaonline2009@gmail.com first or call 570-994-5846
Do not text, we can not respond to text messages.
Please do not call the spaymobile locations.
Please leave a message.  A volunteer will get back to you as soon as they can.​  We always are experiencing a high call volume please be patient.

Questions for the Director email​​
spayneuteradvocate@gmail.com
Please make every attempt to keep your appointment.  If you need to cancel please email us at least 24 hours in advance.
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​Spay and Neuter Fees: Cash only.

Cats:  $60 for spay or neuter (fee includes rabies and distemper vaccines if needed)
            $35 Feral or free roaming cats (A feral/stray cat does not live in your house, includes rabies vaccine and left ear tip for ​identification-no exception.)

Dogs:  $100 for neuter - Male Dogs
            $150 for spay - Female Dogs
              (vaccinations are extra)
              Dogs over 90# add $25, over 100# add $50.
Must have current distemper vaccine.  If you need help
with this please ask.

​Pre-operative in-house bloodwork -- $40 recommended, not required

Pre-operative bloodwork is only available at Brodheadsville Clinic
​not available in the mobile unit
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Other Services offered with spay/neuter:
$10  Rabies Vaccine
$15  Distemper / Parvo Vaccine (cats or dogs)
$25  Heartworm/Lyme/Ehrlychia/AP test (dogs only) 
​$30  FELV / FIV Test (for cats - Leukemia and Aids)
$15  Revolution (cats only) or Frontline application (cats & dogs)
$ 5   Worming (round and hook worm)
$25  Microchip includes registration
$10  Nail Trim (cats)
$10  Nail Trim (dogs)


Payment:
At this time only cash payments are accepted.
All payments due at drop off.​


Surgery Requirements
All healthy cats and dogs over the age of 3 months, weighing at least 3 pounds are eligible for surgery​​Surgery is performed at the discretion of the veterinarian.

​Animals will receive the following:
Brief exam
Sedation and pain medicine
General anesthesia
Spay/Neuter by licensed veterinarian
Tattoo on tummy
​​​​​​​​Written aftercare instructions
ps. if ever you have any questions about any of our procedures please ask!​

​​Please be aware that you may have to seek private veterinary care for complications that will occur from not using an e collar, or if EPAA veterinarians are not available for review, in which you will assume full financial responsibility.  We are not available for emergencies.
Low cost spay/neuter clinic
570-994-5846
     epaaonline2009@gmail.com​​






Eastern Pennsylvania Animal Alliance Inc
St John's in Mayfield will be hosting a supply drive for our spay mobile. Donations can be dropped at the hall center between 9am and 1 pm April 20- April 28. The center is located at 700 Hill Street in Mayfield. Please call Tanya at 570-446-3132 for directions or for assistance.
Please donate supplies to support our mission
Really need!
*gas cards for the spaymobile
*Medium binder clips
*heating pads
*blankets and towels
*distilled water
*large and kitchen garbage bags
*pee pads
*copy paper
*pens
*plastic buckets

Can always use
*electric blankets
*Havahart traps for cats
*toothbrushes to scrub instruments
*cat carriers
*paper towels
*labels 2x4''
*address labels
*scotch tape
*newspaper
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