Keeping pets happy, healthy and at home with the people who love them is an important part of our work. The AWS Community Veterinary Clinic offers a wide array of services and procedures to aid the pets of community members and adopters.
The Community Veterinary Clinic on AWS’ campus in West Kennebunk offers high-quality, low cost spay/neuter surgery for dogs and cats. Surgeries for cats or dogs, regardless of owner’s income or town/state of residence are as follows:
- $60 – Cats 3 months or older*
- $150 – Male dogs (50 lbs. or less)
- $180 – Male dogs (over 50 lbs.)
- $200 – Female dogs (50 lbs. or less)
- $230 – Female dogs (over 50 lbs.)
*If your cat is pregnant or recently gave birth, please give us a call at (207) 985-3244 ext. 128 to find out how we can help.
*If you are a caretaker to a feral or free roaming cat, please review how we help Maine’s feral cats through our no cost trap-neuter-return program.
Additional services, available at time of your pet’s surgery:
- $10 – Rabies vaccine
- $10 – Microchip
- $14 – DA2PP Vaccine for dogs
- $14 – FVRCP Vaccine for cats
- $30 – Pre-anesthetic blood work for patients over six year of age
At the time of surgery, your pet will receive a complimentary health exam.
Please call us at (207) 985-3244 ext 120 to make an appointment.
Through our Cleo Fund, we work with veterinarians across the state of Maine to offer a voucher program for reduced cost surgeries for clients who live outside of Cumberland or York counties and therefore cannot utilize the AWS Community Veterinary Clinic. Income-qualified pet owners residing in Maine’s Androscoggin, Aroostook, Franklin, Hancock, Kennebec, Knox, Lincoln, Oxford, Penobscot, Piscataquis, Sagadahoc, Somerset, Waldo and Washington counties are eligible for a limited number of vouchers each month.
Online voucher application coming soon!
To find out if we can help you with your pet’s wellness care, please contact (207) 985-3244 ext. 128.
AWS’ veterinarians offer rabies clinics from time to time. Visit our events page to see if one is happening near you soon. For more information on vaccine clinics, financial assistance, and other resources for pet owners visit our Resources page.
We may be able to assist with temporary parasite control and offer educational resources on how to prevent reoccurrence. For more information, give us a call at (207) 985-3244 ext. 128 or inquire at the time of your appointment.