Negril Small Spay & Neuter Clinic operates a small clinic in Negril, Jamaica. We are all volunteers, some local and some foreign. We receive no official funding and rely strictly on volunteers and donations. Our clinic provides surgeries, pays the veterinarians, and makes purchases of supplies and medicine like anaesthesia. We also purchase food for our many feeding stations. We are dedicated to provide the animals a fair chance at life.
High-Volume, Low-Cost Spay-Neuter Surgeries
We offer excellent quality, high volume spay/neuter services, and more. The public, other shelters, and rescue groups are welcome, regardless of geography or income level. Pet overpopulation is a direct result of animals left unaltered, so please spay or neuter your pet today.
Our High Volume Spay and Neuter Clinic is now open for public animals. We are now working diligently to schedule surgeries. Please call 876-304-0096 for an appointment today!
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All surgeries are performed at the discretion of the veterinarian on the morning of surgery. Should they determine during the pre-surgical examination that your animal is unfit for surgery, the veterinarian may deny the patient.
What Does Spaying Involve?
Spaying refers to the surgical procedure performed on female dogs and cats to render them infertile. It involves the surgical removal of both ovaries and the uterus. It is performed under general anesthetic with our qualified veterinary technicians’ continually assessing your pet’s vital signs.
There are many benefits to spaying your female pet companion:
Spay and Neuter Clinic Contribute to the prevention of dog and cat overpopulation
Eliminate the sometimes ‘messy’ heat cycles that attract male cats or dogs to your house from miles away
When you spay your pet you can prevent diseases such as:
Pyometra (infection in the uterus)
What Does Neutering Involve?
Neutering refers to the surgical procedure performed on male dogs and cats to render them infertile. It involves the surgical removal of both testicles. It is performed under general anesthetic with our qualified veterinary technicians’ continually assessing your pet’s vital signs.
There are many benefits to neutering your male companion, including:
Contributing to reducing dog and cat overpopulation
Eliminating undesirable or embarrassing behavior in your male companion
Helping to prevent diseases in your pet such as:
A female cat can start having kittens as young as 4 months old. This means a cat could potentially have up to 200 kittens in her lifetime. As you can imagine it does not take long for the population to increase dramatically. We at the NSNC believe education is the key to success with these clinics. Children and youth are the future stewards of animal welfare. The NSNC helps them develop compassion and respect for animals while learning about shared responsibility and building leadership skills. With our education programs, children and youth engage with volunteers and participate in as many aspects available.
Volunteers from Negril and surrounding areas are consistently putting out food for the strays that have come to depend on the stations. Many of the animals patiently wait to see our cars and sometimes even bring their families!
If you see an animal in distress or for emergency care, please call (876) 304-0096
If you are interested in adopting an animal please contact Dominique Chapman at Negril pup rescue For more information.