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Animal Welfare Council of the Alleghenies/

Allegheny Spay and Neuter Clinic



Woodland Only

Walk-In Services

Monday - Thursday 9 a.m to 2 p.m

Services that can be done during walk-ins are: Nail Trims, Vaccines, Microchip, Anal Gland Expression, Weight Check (for flea and tick preventative and/or deworming), Blood Glucose Recheck (after initial appointment), and Dog License


Feral Spay/Neuter


Definition fe·ral /ˈferəl,ˈfirəl/

(especially of an animal) in a wild state, especially after escape from captivity or domestication/resembling a wild animal.


Monday - Thursday between 7:30 and 9:00 am we will accept one feral per household. We will then give you a call once they have been spayed or neutered to be picked up. (Price is the same as a normal spay and neuter)



Vaccine Information

Rabies Vaccine $14

The Rabies Vaccine is required by law, in the state of Pennsylvania and it protects your four-legged friends from the Rabies virus. After the first year of protection, every Rabies vaccine is good for 3 years.

(This is the same for dogs/cats.)

Canine Distemper Vaccine $15

The K9 Distemper Vaccine protects a handful of different viruses. This includes Canine Distemper, Canine Adenovirus Type 1/2 (Canine Hepatitis), Canine Parvovirus and Leptospirosis. 

Lyme Disease Vaccine $25 

The Lyme Disease Vaccine protects dogs against the tick born Lyme Disease. This disease can cause joint discomfort, cause your pet to be lethargic and can be fatal, if not treated.

Bordetella Vaccine $17

The Bordetella Vaccine is commonly referred to as the Kennel Cough Vaccine. Kennel Cough is a distinct non-productive and dry cough and this can lead to pneumonia. 

Feline Distemper $13

The Feline Distemper Vaccine protects against Feline Rhinotracheitis (Feline Herpes Virus), Panleukopenia and Calici Virus.

Feline Leukemia  $22

Feline Leukemia is a common infection in cats. This is spread through close social contact with saliva, blood, urine, feces and newborn kittens can get it through previously infected mothers or their milk. Feline Leukemia positive cats only have a life expectancy of three years.