Animal Aid & Spay Neuter Center
Regular HoursSat - SunClosed
- General Info:
- The Animal Aid Spay & Neuter Clinic provides veterinary care and specializes in spaying and neutering pets at a subsidized rate. The clinic offers other services including providing shelter to unwanted, homeless and stray animals, educating people about animal issues, providing animal training assistance, rescuing pets in various emergency situations, responding to complaints regarding animals and assisting people with wild animals and strays. The Animal Aid Spay & Neuter Clinic is located in Talahassee, Fla.
- Extra Phones:
Phone: (850) 385-5833
I think animal aid is awesome. I have gone to them since they were on Tharpe Street back in the 80's. Margo is a very compassionate and caring women and loves animals and runs Animal Aid Well. It is chaotic at times and you have to wait, but thats to be expected sometimes with any business. You can drop your pet off and leave or wait with them during 9am to 11am or 2pm tp 4pm. During these times you can go back with your pet when he/she sees the doctor and you wait in the room with your pet. People really should have all their facts together befor they give reviews. Everyone there works very hard. I have never seen them not clean up any messes. I feel they have been improperly rated!
When I adopted my dog from the Animal Shelter they sent him to Animal Aid to be neutered (I was new in town and just picked a vet that was close to my house). I had to go back several times to have this done, because each time there was some reason they couldn't do it. The fourth, and last, time I went there we came home with kennel cough (and still not neutered). The place is worse than a zoo. I understand it's cheap, but they are seriously disorganized and when animals &quot;mess&quot; on the floor they just step over it and keep on going. They don't let you go back with your animal, you just drop it off in the morning and pick it back up in the evening. While that is convenient for working adults, it's also a little odd that they don't let anyone beyond the counter... Anyway, if you're looking for a cheap vet and aren't too concerned about your pets health, Animal Aid is fine for you. If you don't want to keep making return visits because your dog keeps getting sick from being there, you might want to spend the few extra dollars and find a more...professional...vet.