Mountain View Humane
Rating: 5 stars 1 1 review 425
53 West Main Street Christiansburg VA 24073 USA
The organization operates and manages spay/neuter clinics in christiansburg and roanoke, va to promote controlling the pet population by offering services at below market rates to the public.
The organization provided affordable spay and neuter services during the year to montgomery county and roanoke, va and the surrounding areas. They were able to secure over $245,000 in grants and contributions to assist them in providing health services to those animals in need of medical attention. The organization also continued work with virginia tech to not only continue to offer affordabe spay neuter services but to assist with the training of veterinary students at the university.
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Recently I found a stray dog along a busy 2 lane road. After checking with local pounds and putting up signs to no avail, I contacted this organization to have the dog fixed. They were professional and sypathetic to the situation.
They got the dog in within a day, told me what was going to happen, and upon picking up the dog the next day, went over detailed information for care of the dog during recovery and what would need done to check the inscision and when a booster shot would be needed.
The facility is clean and well managed. If it had not been for this organization, we would not have been able to care so well for this found pup. We have since decided to keep him (Fred) and are grateful for this service.
They are great!
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their professionalism, services offered and information about what was done and what needed to be done in the future to care for a stray male dog I rescued.
If I had to make changes to this organization, I would...
Give them more money to help the local pounds and rescue groups. And possibly suggest advertising the services on local college campuses where the students have a tendency to not get their pets fixed and dump them when they leave on break or the end of the school year.
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Refered by someone who works with VA Paws
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Passing on the word of their services.
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