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Regular HoursSat - SunClosed
- General Info:
- Animal Aid & Spay/Neuter Center, located in Tallahassee, FL, is proud to provide exceptional animal health care services to the people and pets in the area. Our dedicated team works hard to educate the community and spread the word about spaying, neutering, and pet adoption.Spaying and neutering your pets will help to reduce the overpopulation of domestic animals. These safe, and relatively quick, procedures are just a small part of our mission to eliminate the euthanasia of potentially adoptable animals.While our clinic focuses on these surgeries, our additional services include:* Blood work* IV fluids* Post-surgery medication* Adoptions* Behavior consultations* Vaccinations* BathingFor over 30 years, we have been serving pets and the people that love them. Feel free to visit our website, located at the top of this profile, to donate to our cause or view a list of adoptable animals.Call or stop by the Animal Aid & Spay/Neuter Center today for more information.
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- Veterinary Clinics & Hospitals, Veterinary Labs, Pet Services, Veterinarians, Dog & Cat Grooming & Supplies, Pet Boarding & Kennels, Kennels, Pet Grooming, Veterinarian Emergency Services, Veterinary Specialty Services
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 ... view moreLike this review?Yes  (3)|Flag Abuse
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 ... view moreLike this review?Yes  (1)|Flag Abuse