Humane Association of Warren County adds animal clinic to facility


WARREN COUNTY, Ohio (WXIX) -The Humane Association of Warren County fought lengthy and onerous to add a brand new clinic to their Lebanon facility.

Saturday was the grand opening of the Karen Nixon Heaberlin Spay and Neuter Clinic situated on 840-B John Marshall Highway

“We used to have a voucher program where we worked with area vets to provide low-cost spay and neuter to the community, but with COVID, everybody got backed up, supplies were hard to find, and unfortunately, that put an end to the voucher program,” Program Director Joanne Hurley mentioned.

They have been finally in a position to open their new clinic specializing in spaying and neutering. Officials say that they’ll present low-cost spay and neuter surgical procedure.

They add that this can assist management the animal inhabitants within the space.

“We’re really looking to try to better the lives of animals that are already in homes by being able to get them spayed and neutered, so they live longer, live healthier lives. While at the same time, easing burdens on the people so they can just strengthen their human-animal bond,” Veterinarian Michael Crago mentioned.

Hurley says that they’ll carry out about 20 to 30 surgical procedures per week.

The clinic is open Monday via Thursday. The workplace is open solely from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.

Those wanting to make an appointment can accomplish that on their web site.

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