Community Programs & Services
Low-cost Spay & Neuter Program: Monthly clinics for low cost spay & neuter (dogs, cats, bunnies)
2018 Dog Clinic Dates: September 4th-November 6th (all other clinics prior are full!)
2018 Cat Clinic Dates: October 18th-December 13th. Additional dates are added often, check with shelter directly.
Waitlist options always available, we highly recommend completing an application in office, as soon as possible—clinics fill up quickly!
Low Cost Spay & Neuter Cat/Dog clinics are hosted locally here in Coshocton via Rascal Unit and Nomad Inc. To complete an application for the Nomad clinic for cats, please visit the shelter M-F 10-3PM. Payment due at time of application unless waitlisted, $30.00 for male cats and $60.00 for female cats.
Dog prices vary by weight. Must provide proof of rabies at time of registration on day of clinic or $7 additional fee will be applied and vaccine administered. Other services available at additional costs. See below via link to view full application. Vaccines (both clinics) and microchip (dog) also available at low cost!
Cat clinic apps (Nomad Inc.) not available online, must be completed in shelter. Out of county residents welcome. Payment options include phone (debit/credit) or directly at clinic on day of surgery. Pre-payments encouraged.
$20 off veterinary spay or neuter bill assistance available in addition to our low cost clinics for those in need of immediate services.
Rascal Unit (Dog) Application:
Below are multiple additional resources throughout the state of Ohio for those needing immediate appointments near them. Please check the Rascal Unit website & schedule for other opportunities near you!
http://www.cahs-pets.org/i-need-help/veterinary-care/low-cost-spay-neuter-information http://www.knoxhumanesociety.org/clinics/ http://www.animalsheltersociety.org
Pet Food Bank: With the help of wonderful donations, we are able to supply a distressed pet owner food bank to those in need. If you are in need of food for your pets, please visit our shelter location Wednesday 10-3pm.
Emergency Medical Assistance: We will assist as able with veterinary care expenses on a case by case basis. Please contact the shelter for options.
Referrals: We are happy to share any and all helpful resources via our office to help you with your questions or concerns. Wildlife and exotic animal referrals and assistance also available.
Low Cost or no cost Euthanasia: We reserve euthanasia for animals who are suffering mentally or physically, terminally ill or unresponsive to treatments, are considered dangerous to themselves, other animals, and/or humans. If euthanasia is needed, please know the animals will be treated with compassion, dignity and respect by our caring euthanasia technician. Private euthanasia services are available by appointment, please contact 740-622-9741 for more information.
Please note that we are not affiliated in any way, nor do we receive support from, the recently formed “Coshocton County Humane Society”.