Community clients qualify as low-income and can access subsidized-cost veterinary care services. Unsure if you qualify? Read more here.
What is a Community client?
A WisCARES Community client has access to our subsidized-cost veterinary care services. Some examples of cost include:
- $20 exam fee
- $10 core vaccines (rabies, FVRCP, distemper)
- $10 heartworm testing
- $10 doses of flea/tick control, $5 doses of heartworm preventative
- Inclusive prices for spay/neuter:
- Feline neuter: $25
- Feline spay: $75
- Canine neuter: $75
- Canine spay: $100
Additionally, we have Purina pet food for sale:
- 6-pound bags of maintenance cat food for $9
- 6-pound bags of maintenance dog food for $6
- Purina brand prescription pet food is also available for low cost–please contact us for a quote
We may stock a wider variety of Purina-brand sizes in the future, as need increases. Please let us know if there is something we can special order for you!
Why should we come to WisCARES?
- WisCARES is experienced at offering compassionate veterinary care while also being aware of how limited our clients’ budgets can be. We do our best to offer stellar, affordable care.
- You are helping to train the next generation of veterinarians, pharmacists, and social workers! Students are extremely important to WisCARES–we function not only to offer veterinary and social services, but to teach students from the UW.
- Our Community client fees help to bolster our PLUS services–by paying WisCARES for services, you are helping us to help other disadvantaged pet families in Dane County take care of their beloved pets.