wechs veterinary clinic

About The Clinic

The Windsor/Essex County Humane Society Veterinary Clinic is accredited by the College of Veterinarians of Ontario to offer services to the public. The primary focus of the clinic is spaying and neutering, although other services such as vaccines, microchips, and parasite treatments are also offered at the time of surgery or on specific wellness service days.

The clinic is a high volume, self sustaining operation. The public, shelters, or rescue groups are welcome, regardless of geography or income level. The majority of our surgery appointments are reserved for cats, as cat overpopulation is the crisis that our clinic was built to address.


Spay and neuter prices are available here. Please note that additional services (vaccines, etc) are available at the time of surgery or on specific wellness service days only. Prices and information on our wellness services can be found here.


The clinic is open Monday-Friday 8am-5pm. You must have an appointment, we do not accept walk-ins. Appointments for feral cats are normally booked on Mondays; we understand that sometimes feral cats may not cooperate with your efforts to trap them but we ask that you try to be realistic with your feral cat appointment bookings. All feral/ community cats brought in a live trap will be eligible to receive the community cat package FREE with their spay or neuter surgery! For more on our community cat package please click here.


To make an appointment, please book online here. Appointments are opened one month at a time, though we do encourage those interested in booking to regularly check the website as there may be cancellations or additional dates added throughout the month. Wellness days take place about once a month, and are opened as they are scheduled.

All pets are dropped off the morning of surgery at a specified time. Late admissions may be declined. Please ensure your pet is on a leash or in a secure carrier when they arrive, and that feral cats are in a live trap. All pets are discharged the same day post surgery. The veterinarian reserves the right to decline surgery candidates should she feel the pet will be at too great a risk during surgery/anesthesia.

 

It is important that your pet not eat the morning of surgery, please remove their food by midnight the night before their appointment. Your pet can have unlimited access to water.