Spay and Neuter Promotion

Animal Advocates Veterinary Hospital* is pleased to announce our *15% 
discount for spaying or neutering* your pet *Tuesday - Friday* during the 
week. This applies to the surgery ONLY. 

More than 4 million pets are euthanized in the US each year. Spaying 
(female) helps to prevent unwanted pregnancy and eliminates the risk for 
ovarian, uterine and breast cancer. Spaying also eliminates risks of 
serious uterine infection. Neutering (male) greatly reduces the risk for 
perianal tumors, prostate cancer, and prostatitis. Neutering also reduces 
males from roaming. 

*Don't forget, we are still offering 15% OFF Dental Procedures Tuesday thru 
Friday! Keep your pet's smiling big and bright all year round!* 

Schedule your appointment today to take advantage of these great offers! 

*15% OFF SPAYING AND NEUTERING* 

Request your appointment by clicking Request Appointment  below or call 
the office at (707) 552-1947 
* Some restrictions apply. 



Request Appointment 

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SAVE!! (New clients only, one per family and cannot be combined with other offers.)

Sign-up using the form or call us at 707-552-1947 to take advantage of this exclusive offer.

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Wednesday:

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Thursday:

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Friday:

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Saturday:

9:00 am

12:00 pm

Sunday:

Closed

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