Schedule an appointment or refill prescriptions.
Text or Call: (302) 792-PETS (7387)
Services by Appointment Only
Tuesday-Friday: 9:00a.m. – 4:00p.m.
Curbside medicine protocol is in effect.
IF YOU ARE SICK, please cancel your appointment.
- Masks are encouraged.
- A credit card is required for payment
- 24 hours before your appointment: Send current medical & vaccination records to email@example.com or text (302) 792-7387
- Arrive 5 minutes early and park in a designated clinic parking space.
- Text ARRIVED to (302) 792-7387.
- Please wait in your car until you are instructed to enter the lobby.
- Only one person per pet will be permitted in the lobby. You must remain in the lobby while your pet is in the exam room.
Making veterinary care more accessible helps families keep their pets and helps community animal rescuers care for homeless animals. Our clinic offers quality, low-cost veterinary services, including spay/neuter, vaccinations, and routine exams. We do not declaw (amputate the toes of) cats. Payment by cash or credit card is expected at the time of service.
- All cats must be in individual carriers (no cardboard or soft-sided carriers)
- All feral (unsocialized) cats must be in traps.
- Dogs must be leashed and remain with their owner until after check-in for everyone’s safety.
- Outpatient services only. No pets stay overnight.
- Costs for products and services will be provided at the time of service.
- No X-rays or emergency services (Have an Emergency?)
Spay/neuter of community (feral) cats is by appointment only Schedule by calling (302) 792-PETS (7387)
Drop off: 8:30 a.m.–9:15 a.m.
Pick up: Pending recovery
for Your Cat or Dog
Spaying and neutering pets will improve their health by preventing or decreasing the chances of some reproductive diseases and cancers. It may also reduce nuisance behaviors such as urine-marking, aggression, and running away to find a mate.
Our clinic offers quality, low-cost spay/neuter services. If you receive public assistance, you might qualify for a greatly reduced rate through the State of Delaware’s subsidized Fixed and Fabulous spay/neuter program.
For all senior pets, 7 years or older, we recommend a physical examination and preoperative blood work to help determine if they are healthy enough to undergo surgery. Additional testing may be necessary based on individual examination by a veterinarian.
Cat S/N: $70
Dog S/N: $160-$240
Trap-Neuter-Return is the humane and effective approach for managing populations of stray and feral cats. Doing TNR requires some planning and coordination with our clinic. Call 1-844-772-9738 for guidance.
In a Trap-Neuter-Return program, community cats are humanely trapped (with box traps), brought to a veterinarian to be spayed or neutered, vaccinated, ear-tipped (the universal sign that a community cat has been neutered and vaccinated), and then returned to their outdoor home. TNR stops the breeding cycle of cats, prevents reproduction and disease, and alleviates the community of nuisance behaviors (yowling, spraying, fighting) associated with unfixed cats. Cats and kittens from our TNR program are evaluated for adoption by our animal care teams.
Spay/neuter of community (feral) cats is now Wednesdays only Schedule by calling (302) 792-PETS (7387) By Appointment Only Drop off: 8:30 a.m.–9:15 a.m. Pick up: Pending recovery – usually scheduled at 4:30 p.m.
About Routine Exams
A yearly routine exam might catch underlying health issues before they become serious. The examination will assess your pet’s eyes, ears, mouth, skin, abdomen, heart, lungs and limbs. If our licensed veterinarian detects a health issue, he or she will consult with you about recommended next steps. During an exam, your pet could receive vaccinations, medications for ear infections, treatment for fleas, and other services to keep your pet as healthy as possible.
Vaccines, diagnostic testing, and treatment medications are additional costs:
- Rabies vaccine $25
- Distemper vaccine $22
- Bordetella $22
- Cat FIV/Leukemia test
- Dog Heartworm Test (4DX) $36
- Microchip $30 ($25 during surgery)
- Nail trim $20-$30
- Liquid Dewormer
- Heartworm prevention, dewormer, flea treatment
- We offer pediatric care for puppies and kittens
Schedule An Exam Appointment
Click here to schedule an appointment. You may also call or text 302-792-PETS (7387) with your pet’s name, and the reason for service. Our customer service representative will respond as soon as possible.
Non-Urgent Sick Care includes:
- Eye, skin, and ear infections
- Sneezing with discharge
- Arthritis in seniors
- Mouth/teeth infections
- Skin masses/growths
We do NOT provide Emergency Care, such as:
- Excessive bleeding
- Excessive vomiting/diarrhea
- Hit by car
- Toxin ingestion/poisoning
- Not eating or drinking
- Difficulty breathing
$48* Exam Fee
*$48 payment required at time of exam.
NO PHYSICAL EXAMS are provided at vaccine clinics. We recommend every pet have at least one yearly exam to check for potential underlying health problems. Schedule an exam appointment.
Vaccine Clinic Schedule
No appointment needed. First come, first served.
Be prepared to wait in line.
Vaccine Clinic Products and Costs
Rabies vaccine: $25
Distemper vaccine: $22
Bordetella vaccine: $22
Deworming medicine: $10
For everyone’s safety, all dogs must be on a short leash. For the safety of our staff & volunteers, if your dog needs to be muzzled, please arrive with the muzzle on. All cats must be in individual carriers. Payment, by cash or credit card, is expected at the time of service.
Vaccine Clinic Schedule
10 am – 11:30 am – Faithful Friends Animal Society
- We offer affordable surgical procedures through Faithful Friends Veterinary Clinic.
- Such surgeries include growth removal, basic eye surgeries, soft tissue procedures, and dentals.
- A consultation will be performed by one of our veterinarians and an estimate will be provided.
- Bloodwork may be required based on their physical examination.
- Consultation $50 (physical examination only)