About our veterinary care program:
Our mission is to provide quality, low-cost veterinary services to our community; help families to keep their pets and community cats healthy; and avoid preventable euthanasia or medical neglect due to financial constraints. Our veterinary clinic helps to fund the care of homeless animals at our shelter. All services are provided by local veterinarians.
10-a Germay Dr, Wilmington DE, 19802
Hours of Operation
Monday: Surgery Only
Tuesday: 11 am – 7 pm (Wellness Appointments)
Wednesday: 9 am – 5 pm (Miscellaneous Surgery)
Thursday: 11 am – 7 pm (Wellness Appointments)
Friday: 9 am – 4 pm (Wellness Appointments)
Saturday: 9 am – 4 pm Every Other Saturday
Wellness and Non-Urgent Sick Care
$38 Exam Fee
Our clinic offers basic preventative veterinary care services for your pet such as heartworm testing for dogs, ear cleaning, nail trims, flea treatment, microchipping and vaccines. We may also be able to assist with diagnosing and treatment of common illnesses such as eye, skin and ear infections, and sneezing with discharge. Wellness and basic sick appointments include a complete physical exam and diagnosis/recommendation (if your pet is sick) performed by a licensed veterinarian. The examination will assess your pet’s eyes, ears, mouth, skin, abdomen, heart, lungs and limbs. Vaccines, diagnostic testing and treatment medications are additional.
Non-Urgent Sick Care Includes:
- Eye, skin and ear infections
- Sneezing with discharge
- Arthritis in seniors
- Mouth/teeth infections
- Skin masses/growths
We are NOT able to provide urgent, emergency or advanced sick care including:
- Excessive bleeding
- Excessive vomiting/diarrhea
- Hit by car
- Toxin ingestion/poisoning
- Not eating or drinking
- Difficulty breathing
Basic wellness services and prices include:
- Rabies vaccine: $15
- Distemper vaccine: $15
- Cat FIV/Leukemia test: $25
- Dog Heartworm test: $20
- Microchip: $20
- Nail trim: $10 and up (depending on difficulty)
- Heartworm prevention, dewormer and flea treatment are available
- Bloodwork price varies
Dental Procedure $250
The Dental Procedure includes the cleaning and polishing of the teeth, and general anesthesia.
All pets are put under general anesthesia and closely monitored through the procedure.
This price does not include special sedation/catheter or medications and is for cats and dogs under 70 lbs.
Extraction/difficult fee: $50 – $100
Procedures requiring extractions may incur additional fees.
It is impossible to determine the number of extractions needed for the health of your pet until they are sedated and the teeth are cleaned. The surface of the tooth is often covered in plaque and build-up that prevents us from seeing the condition of the teeth at the time of the dental consultation.
Like our teeth, there are some that have multiple roots or are positioned in a more delicate area of the jaw. The condition of the teeth, how difficult they are to remove and how many are being removed, are all factors in the Extraction Fee listed above.
We do not have an X-ray machine and therefore cannot do any extractions that the veterinarian feels X-rays are necessary to remove safely. For the previous reason, we also cannot provide full mouth extractions
Special Sedation/Catheter $50
Propofol is milder and shorter acting. Catheterization is required so that we may administer as needed. It is used on a case-by-case basis determined by age, medical history and general condition of your pet.
Special Sedation may be opted by owner as well.
Pain Medication/Antibiotics $25
Pain medication and antibiotics are dispensed at the discretion of the Veterinarian.
Large and Giant Breed Dogs $50 Additional
We offer routine surgeries on a case-by-case basis and may require additional testing prior to scheduling. Such surgeries include: growth removal, basic eye surgeries, spay and neuter, and dentals. Our veterinarian will determine what type of procedure or additional tests your pet needs after giving them a physical evaluation during your examination. An examination is required prior to scheduling surgeries.
All senior pets, 7 years or older, require physical examination and preoperative blood work to help determine if they are healthy enough to undergo the procedure. Other testing or blood work may be required based on individual examination by veterinarian.
Make Your Appointment
Click below or call 302-427-8514, ext. 115
Appointments are required for services. Due to limited staffing, please note it may take up to 48 business hours for a return call. Please, do not leave multiple messages as it only delays our ability to return your call quickly. All cats much be in a carrier or trap (community cats) and dogs must be leashed while on grounds and during appointments. This is for the safety of your pet.
For spay/neuter appointments call: 1-844-SPAYPET (1-844-772-9738)
- All services are outpatient – pets go home same day!
- All fees must be paid in full at the time of service
- CASH or CREDIT only. No checks accepted.
- The clinic serves personal pets, feral/general community cats and organizations caring for rescue dogs and cats.
- We cannot do x-rays or handle emergency services*
- Fees for medications, basic diagnostics and vaccines will be provided at time of service.
If your pet is in need of EMERGENCY CARE, please visit one of these local emergency centers:
Veterinary Specialty Center of Delaware: (302) 322-6933
290 Churchman’s Road, New Castle, DE 19720
Windcrest Animal Hospital: (302) 998-2995
3705 Lancaster Pike, Wilmington, DE 19805
Veterinary Referral Center: (610) 647-2950
340 Lancaster Avenue, Malvern, PA 19355
PennVet: (215) 746-8911
3800 Spruce Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104