Kitten sleeping on bed with tiny pillow


Mud Bay

We’d like to take a minute to talk about a great friend of the clinic, Mud Bay.  Mud Bay’s animal welfare partnership began in 1995 with one shelter that we also partner with to offer spay/neuter for their adoptable pets: Joint Animal Services in Olympia, Washington. By 2002, Mud Bay had expanded their partnership to…
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Some will say that 2020 has gone to the birds, but since we at Northwest Spay and Neuter Center only see cats and dogs, we want to shine the spotlight on one of our long-time friends and partners, South County Cats.  Led by Sally Halela and countless committed volunteers, South County Cats remains a driving…
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National Lost Pet Prevention Month

Did you know that each year, approximately 10 million pets are lost in the United States? It’s even more astonishing to know that of those animals, its estimated that 80% of them are not found or return home. Spaying or neutering your pet greatly reduced the risk of your pet roaming away from home. An…
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As stewards of animal welfare with a mission to reduce overpopulation through high-quality, high-volume spay and neutering, we cherish the partnerships we form with organizations that focus on continuity with our mission. This month, we would like to recognize the value that Hello Pitty Rescue adds not only to our organization, but to the animal…
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K9 Officer Hanz Retires

Last month, a very special member of the Pierce County Sheriff’s department, and a familiar snout around Whiskers Wine and Dine, hung up his vest and badge after many years of faithful service to the residents of Pierce County. Our beloved K9 Hanz retired from the Sheriff’s Department after serving for over 6 years on…
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April Showers are Bringing May Flowers

With increased time at home, perhaps you’ve had the chance to plant that garden that has been on the home improvement list for some time now.  If you have pets at home, it’s important to know that while beautiful, not all plants are safe for all pets. The weather has turned sunny and warm, and…
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