Welcome to North County Veterinary Services
North County Veterinary Services (NCVS) provides LOW COST Spay and Neuter services for all of North County San Diego through www.affordableneuterandspay.com. NCVS performs the services at a local practice in Vista, which is a convenient location for residents ofOceanside,Carlsbad, Encinitas,Solana Beach,Del Mar,San Marcos,Escondido, Rancho Bernardo and Poway.
Our mission is to eliminate the unnecessary euthanasia due to pet overpopulation in our community by offering a low-cost spay and neuter program. Spay and Neuter Programs are the only proven method for controlling the pet overpopulation problem. As spay/neuter surgeries increase, the shelter and euthanasia rates decrease. We are committed to reaching those who need our assistance.
Our quality standards are always followed without compromise, which makes us stand out when comparing low cost programs. We will not compromise the level of surgical care we provide to our patients using the reduced fee program.
As Health Information Ambassadors we are committed to providing educational material to keep you informed. With blogs, website revisions and social media outlets we will strive to give you up-to-date material to enhance the human-animal bond you share with your pet.
No Income Qualifications are required to participate in our program. Regardless of income, demographics or number of people in your household, we invite any individual to participate in our low cost program. We are not an animal shelter, and receive no funding other than our surgical fees for these services. Our clinic is a full service, well respected neighborhood veterinary clinic that provides full spectrum veterinary care to our patients. Click here for our low cost pricing.
In addition to the low cost spay and neuter community service program, we offer preventative care, medical and surgical services and treatment from juvenile to senior pets.
The majority of our clients have been referred to us by community help agencies because of the quality of veterinary care provided, our affordable prices and FREE Core Vaccine Program
- Retained Baby Teeth - Why does my puppy have two sets of "fangs"?11-28-2012
Baby teeth are also known as deciduous teeth or "milk teeth." These first 28 teeth in dogs and 26 teeth in cats are replaced by the permanent teeth by 6 to 7 months of age. As pets loose their baby teeth, you may find the baby teeth on the carpet, stuck in a play toy, or in your pet's fur. Most often, the lost teeth are hard to find. Many animals swallow them, which is part of the normal process.
- Why Spay or Neuter?08-31-2012There are many reasons people choose to spay or neuter their pet. The most noted reasons is overpopulation in dogs and cats. In the U.S. as a whole, there are an estimated 6-8 million homeless animals entering animal shelters every year. About half of these animals are adopted, and tragically, the other half are euthanized. Having your pet spayed or neutered ensures that you will not be adding to this problem.
- Why Spay or Neuter?
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