Oswego Veterinary Hospital
Nurturing the Human-Animal Bond
The OVH Team volunteered their time to spay or neuter 40 felines for the Oregon Spay and Neuter Fund.
The Oregon Spay and Neuter Fund and Oswego Veterinary Hospital combined forces on a blustery fall day to care for 40 felines in our own "Mom and Tom" surgery clinic.
The "Mom and Tom" clinics make it possible for low-income families to spay or neuter their four-legged family members, as well as provide no-cost vaccines, deworming and flea prevention.
In this picture, Dr. Kathy Sandifer scrubs in for surgery.
Every year, Oregon shelters are forced to end the lives of tens of thousands of perfectly healthy and friendly cats because there are not enough homes. Ending pet overpopulation is the only way to stop this staggering loss of life. Please do your part to end this tragic cycle by spaying or neutering your pets and helping others to do so: contact the Oregon Spay and Neuter Fund to see how you can help.
Danyale, one of our Veterinary Assistants, prepares a patient for surgery.