We regret that we must postpone any scheduling for the mobile clinic as we do not have a veterinarian at this time. As soon as we do and we are up and running, we will let everyone know. We apologize for this inconvenience and hope to resume our services as soon as possible. We are as sorry as you are!
Check out our new mobile unit website!
Check out the April 2014 schedule for our mobile unit.
Associated Humane Societies' Mobile Spay/Neuter Clinic is out and about, offering low cost spay and neuter services, vaccines and micro-chips. This project, which is under Humane Alliance, a national spay/ neuter program, was the first group to be trained with the ASPCA in New York. All animals spayed or neutered on the unit get their nails clipped, ears cleaned and sport a tattoo showing that they have been altered. We also work with TNR groups, spaying and neutering feral cats, providing them with a rabies inoculation and ear tipped for identification.
Above, our veterinarian Dr. Rhonda Sessons with one of her mobile unit patients.
The Society's spay/neuter van will be visiting towns in Essex, Hudson and Union Counties. Plans are in the works for programs in Ocean and Monmouth Counties.
At right, vet tech Kiko with another patient.
If you are part of a feral cat caretakers group, a senior community, a health department, an animal shelter who needs veterinary programs, etc., we can help you to solve your local animal overpopulation program. For information on this program and when we can schedule a trip to your area, please check out our Mobile Spay/Neuter Unit website or call Debbie or Scott at 973-824-7080.
The Society is also pleased to announce that the Medical Dept.in Newark has increased its hours and the number of veterinarians to assist in the health and care of your pet. For an appointment, please all 973-643-0451. Payment is made by cash or credit card. We also accept Care Credit.
Help support the reduction of unwanted animals and the many services provided by our mobile unit -- make a donation today!