Clinic Consultations are TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED

Until further notice

In the meantime, only spay/neuter (kapon) surgeries will be accommodated so that we can conduct our mid-year inventory and reorganize our clinic procedures. Please re-visit this page or follow our social media pages for updates.

Clinic Consultations

TEMPORARILY SUSPENDED

Until further notice

In the meantime, only spay/neuter (kapon) surgeries will be accommodated so that we can conduct our mid-year inventory and reorganize our clinic procedures. Please re-visit this page or follow our social media pages for updates.

Spay/Neuter (Kapon)

Spay (verb) : to remove the ovaries of a female animal
Neuter (verb) : to remove the testicles of a male animal

This is done to help curb the overpopulation of unwanted animals/pets.

Spay/Neuter (Kapon)

Spay (verb) : to remove the ovaries of a female animal
Neuter (verb) : to remove the testicles of a male animal

This is done to help curb the overpopulation of unwanted animals/pets.

Animals live longer when spayed or neutered!

Some of the benefits include:

 

  • Reduced chances of breast cancer, uterine infections, pyometra for females and testicular cancer for males
  • No more heat cycles and behavioral changes, resulting in a happier and well-adjusted temperament
  • No more urges to find a mate, which reduces the tendency to leave the house and be exposed to harm
  • Reduced or eliminated habit of spraying and marking, as well dog fights and cat fights among males
  • Reduced number of unwanted pets in your community, which will decrease the number of homeless and starving animals, bite incidences, and euthanasia

Spay & Neuter Rates

Female cat – Php 1,000
Male cat – Php 700

Female dog – Php 1,500
Male dog – Php 1,000

Other fees:

Additional P500 for purebred cats
Additional P1,000 for purebred dogs
Additional P300 for pregnant cats and dogs
Additional P500 for male dog with undescended testicle/s
Additional P1,000 for female dogs with pyometra
Additional P300 for female cats with pyometra
Additional P500 for every 10 kg in excess of 15 kg body weight
Additional P2,000 for use of gas anesthesia

Call (02) 475-1688 during office hours to set an appointment.

(10am-12nn & 1pm-5pm every Mon, Tue, Thu, Fri, Sat)

OR

Pre-surgery reminders:

Age Requirement

Your cat or dog should be at least 6 months old. There is no maximum age, however if your pet is older than 4 years old, physical examination and blood test is required to ensure that they are fit for surgery.

Blood Test

A blood test for complete blood count and kidney and liver function is required for cats and dogs over 4 years of age. For younger and purebred pets, blood testing is optional but still highly recommended.

Fasting

Do not feed them food or water 12 hours prior to surgery. It is best to put them in their crate or ensure that they have no access to their food and water bowls by 10pm before the day of their surgery.

Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR)

You may coordinate with your Local Government Unit (LGU) or the Barangay for a spay/neuter outreach in your community to be performed by the local city vet or any licensed vet. You may also coordinate with PAWS to organize a Trap-Neuter-Release Program.

NOTE: City pounds often perform “Trap & Kill.”
This is NOT a permanent solution to the overpopulation of cats.

How you can help

The shelter and all our programs and campaigns are funded solely by donations. You can donate any amount via bank deposit or Paypal transfer.

Checks should be issued to Philippine Animal Welfare Society (PAWS)

Bank of the Philippine Islands (Swift no. BOPIPHMM)
BPI USD Account No. 3944-0021-61
BPI PHP Account No. 3943-0086-11

Philippine National Bank (Swift no. PNBM PHMM)
PHP Account No. 1888-70015305

Banco de Oro Unibank (BDO)
PHP Account No. 006250058159

Paypal is the easiest and safest way to donate online using your credit card.
You do not need to be a PayPal member.

PAWS Animal Rehabilitation Center (PARC)

Aurora Blvd. Katipunan Valley,
Loyola Heights, Quezon City,
Philippines 1108

Tel. (02) 475-1688

We are open Mon-Sat except Wed 10:00am-5:00pm
~We are also closed on holidays~

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