ANN ARBOR — In conjunction with “Pet Dental Health” month, the Humane Society of Huron Valley's veterinary clinic is offering several discount services for pet owners.
Throughout February, the clinic will provide free pitbull spay and neuter surgery for Ypsilanti Township residents. Anyone who owns a pitbull and lives in Ypsilanti Township, by law, must have the dog spayed or neutered.
The clinic is also offering $50 cat spay and neuter surgery, and $175 dog spay and neuter surgery for all of Washtenaw County. The HSHV will provide $50 off all teeth cleaning plus 10 percent off any pet dental items during February.
“There’s a false assumption that the veterinary clinic at HSHV is there only for the shelter animals,” said Cameron Richardson, HSHV clinic manager. “Some people also believe that the clinic can only be used by families that have adopted from HSHV. The fact is that the extremely talented, diversely-skilled, and experienced licensed veterinarians choose to dedicate their time to helping animals in need for our entire community.”
The public is welcome to schedule an appointment for annual examinations, preventative medicine, routine dental cleanings, and heartworm testing to treatment of illnesses and injuries, orthopedic surgeries, and spay/neuter services. Last year the HSHV veterinary team sterilized more than 20,000 animals.
“I think it’s important to remind people that by becoming a regular customer and using HSHV’s veterinary services, they are actually giving back to the homeless animals in the community,” Richardson said. “The funds that are generated from the HSHV veterinary clinic go right back into the care of shelter animals at HSHV and support the life-saving programs and work provided by HSHV.”
For more information, call 734-661-3527.