Veterinary Services

All of our Veterinary Services are overseen by the shelter veterinarian

*Our veterinary services are limited to low cost  spay/neuter clinics and vaccination clinics. 
For a full medical evaluation, please see your veterinarian.

The Importance of Spaying & Neutering

Many people are surprised to learn that nationwide more than 4 million cats and dogs are killed in shelters. You might think that these are animals born in the streets or that there is something “wrong” with them. But often, they are offspring of cherished family pets, even purebreds. Maybe someone’s dog or cat got out just that one time or maybe the litter was intentional, but efforts to find enough good homes failed.
The result is homeless animals that have to be euthanized because there are more dogs & cats entering shelters than there are people willing to provide them with loving care.  Spay/neuter is the only permanent, 100-percent effective method of birth control for dogs & cats. It saves countless animals from suffering.
Spaying or neutering your pet is recommended for your animal’s long term health and prevents many nuisance behaviors associated with mating.

Juvenile Spaying

Juvenile spaying at 4 months of age is recommended.This decreases your pet’s chance of getting mammary cancer by 90%. It decreases your pet’s chance of getting pregnant by 100%. It eliminates life threatening uterine infections (Pyometria), eliminates testicular cancer. Spaying protects against rabies and distemper. Vaccines included in the price.

Our Veterinarian

We are please to welcome Dr Jeanette Maucher to the Forgotten Felines and Fidos, Inc. Team “Jeanette L. Maucher grew up in the beautiful Hudson Valley, NY, and completed her Bachelor’s in Biological Sciences at Binghamton University.  After five years working in small animal practice as receptionist, patient care, lab and surgery tech, she attended and graduated Iowa State University’s College of Veterinary Medicine with her DVM and has been practicing companion animal medicine since 2011.

The last four years have been spent in the gorgeous Lehigh Valley. She has a particular love for surgery, feline medicine, and enjoys working for shelters and their missions to adopt out those without homes as well as helping to keep the population of cats and dogs under control. Her hobbies include reading, listening to and performing music, gardening and being in the outdoors, and baking or cooking up interesting foods while being harassed by her two feline companions, Lucretia and Evangeline.”