FAQ’s

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Dixie Day Spay began as a dream for a small group of friends who believe our animals deserve better. It is not acceptable for them to die by the thousands at Animal Control due to the limited resources of their owners. It is the Dixie Day Spay team’s goal to make spay/neuter surgery affordable for everyone.

We have pet owners come from East and Middle Tennessee, Georgia and Alabama. We currently serve five Rescue groups and are adding others. Dixie Day Spay is here for any pet owner who is struggling to pay full service veterinary fees.

No. We depend on donations and fundraising to help make ends meet.

Over 57,600 surgeries since our opening date of October 26th, 2009. We service between 18 and 30 animals daily.

Dogs must be 10 weeks old. Cats must be 10 weeks old and weigh at least 2 pounds.

Spaying a dog while she is in heat is not ideal. We would prefer you bring her before her heat cycle starts or after she is completely out of heat.

We charge $10 extra if a dog is over 100 pounds.

One veterinarian, 2 licensed vet technicians and one office personnel. We have many volunteers who help us on a daily basis.

Cash, Checks (must have valid driver’s license) Debit, Mastercard, Visa, Discover, and Care Credit.

No, if your pet needs vaccinations he/she is welcome at our vaccine clinics held one Saturday per month from 9am to 1pm. You do not need an appointment for these clinics. Please see our calendar for the dates of the vaccine clinics.

No, in most cases, our patients go home the same day they have surgery. We do not have staff at the clinic at night to monitor your pet. We prefer they are home where they are more comfortable and can be supervised.

Low-cost spay/neuter surgery, vaccines and testing. We also have flea/tick and heartworm preventative.

8:00 am.- 6:00 pm. Monday-Friday