Affordable Spay and Neuter Services for Pets and the Community
Every Wednesday starting Jan 9, 2019
Citizens for Animal Protection

Citizens for Animal Protection (CAP) is expanding its Low-Cost Wellness and Vaccination Clinic to include spay and neuter services to the public. Through a grant from the Moody Foundation the CAP Cornelius Clinic will be able to provide this very important service to community at an affordable price to the client. Spaying or neutering of just one pet can drastically reduce overpopulation and can have a multitude of health benefits, including helping pets live longer, healthier lives. Spay and neuter services will be offered at the CAP Cornelius Clinic on Wednesdays on an appointment-only, first-come first-serve basis. Dogs, puppies, cats and kittens are welcome for spay and neuter services.

Currently the Cornelius Clinic, which provides low-cost wellness and vaccination services, is open four days a week – every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Saturday. Services include affordable vaccinations, nail trimming, microchipping, deworming, heartworm testing, and several other preventative and wellness services. The wellness clinic is walk-in only, so no appointment is needed. Dogs, puppies, cats, kittens, rabbits and other small mammals are welcome for basic services. During a visit to the Cornelius Clinic pets will receive an examination by a veterinarian which includes an evaluation of the skin, eyes, ears, mouth, teeth, temperature, and overall body. The clinic does not provide treatment for sick, heartworm positive or injured animals. The pet owner will be instructed to take their pet to a full-service veterinary clinic if these issues are present.

Please call the CAP Cornelius Clinic at 281-600-8500 to schedule your pet to receive spay or neuter surgery and visit to learn more and to view the clinic’s policies, guidelines, and current pricing. All proceeds from the clinic and online medication purchases help shelter animals at CAP.

About CAP: CAP is fully dedicated to the mission of sheltering and placing homeless animals in loving homes, advocating respect and compassion for all animal life, providing humane education to prevent animal cruelty and raising awareness in the community of the needs of animals. CAP is located at 17555 Katy Freeway, Houston TX 77094 (south of I-10 and just east of Barker Cypress). Help is always needed with adoptions, donations, volunteering, and foster parenting.