Spay Neuter Veterinary Clinic of the Sandhills Events

Upcoming Events

Vaccination Clinics

  • Saturday, April 15th, 10am to 2pm
    Sandhills Dog Fair
    Pinehurst Village Arboretum
    395 Magnolia Rd. Pinehurst, NC 28374
    Pinehurst Greenways, Pinehurst, NC 28374
  • Saturday, May 20th, 10 am to 3 pm
    Pet Fest of the Sandhills Hope Mills Park
    5770 Rockfish Rd, Hope Mills, NC 2834

Click here to register!

February: Protect Your Dog’s Heart

In honor of Valentine’s Day, we are running a “protect your dog’s heart” promotion! In the month of February, purchase a year’s worth of heartworm prevention and receive a free heartworm test ($30 value). Heartworm disease is spread by mosquito bites and causes worms that reach up to a foot long to live in your dog’s heart. These worms block the blood flow out of your dog’s heart and lead to heart failure and eventually death. The good news is that heartworm disease is preventable by using year-round heartworm prevention. See the graphic for what options we have for heartworm prevention. This promotion can be applied to either a surgical or a wellness appointment in the month of February. Please visit our website to request an appointment. https://spayneutervet.org/

Free heartworm test with the purchase of a year of heartworm prevention

  • Options for heartworm prevention:
    • Iverhart: This is a chewable tablet that needs to be given every 30 days. It costs $110 for a year supply for dogs 100 lbs or less.
    • Proheart: This is an injection that lasts for 6 months. For the February promotion, your dog would get 1 Proheart injection and you would pre-pay for the second one.
    • A year of Proheart is $110 for dogs under 49 lbs, $150 for dogs 50-74 lbs and $200 for dogs 75-100 lbs.
    • Parasedge: This is a topical medication that needs to be applied every 30 days. It also provides flea prevention. It costs $240 for a year supply in dogs under 110 lbs.

Past Events

Saturday, February 18th at Hoke County Animal Control

353 C.C Steele Rd, Raeford, NC 28376

Saturday, December 17th: 15th Anniversary Open House

Join us for our Open House on December 17th from 9 am – 2 pm as we celebrate our 15-year anniversary with an open house! We have been open since December 2007 and moved into our new building in 2021 and expanded services. Come check out our building and get an idea of what it is like during the day. Get to know our staff and veterinarians and enter fun raffles and contests!

Enter our 50/50 raffle, where you can win 50% of the money raised through the raffle! The other 50% of the profits will be donated to the nonprofits that support our financial assistance program, the Spay Neuter Initiative Program.

Friday, November 4th: Vaccine Clinic

Come join us for a vaccination clinic on Friday, November 4th from 10 am – 2 pm at 1400 Linkhaw Rd. Lumberton, NC 28358

Canine and feline distemper vaccines are still free.

Saturday, September 10th: Vaccine clinic at St. Pauls Municipal Building

Come join us for a vaccination clinic on Saturday, September 10th from 10 am – 2 pm at St. Pauls Municipal Building, 210 West Blue St, St. Pauls, NC

We will have FREE DISTEMPER/ PARVO vaccinations for both cats and dogs! Other vaccines and microchips available for purchase as well.

We have plenty of vaccines available and are so excited to be able to offer these free vaccines to help combat the very contagious and deadly diseases!

Cats should come in secure individual carriers. Dogs should be leashed and if aggressive need to be muzzled. Please bring enough people to assist or contain your pets in your vehicle while you wait.

Saturday, May 14th: Vaccine Clinic at PET FEST of The Sandhills

Come visit us at PET FEST of The Sandhills for a vaccination clinic Saturday, May 14th, from 10 am – 3 pm at Hope Mills Park, 5766 Rockfish Rd, Hope Mills, NC.

We will have FREE DISTEMPER/ PARVO vaccinations for both cats and dogs! Other vaccines and microchips are available for purchase as well.

We have plenty of free vaccines available and are so excited to be able to offer these free vaccines to help combat the very contagious and deadly diseases!

Cats should come in secure individual carriers. Dogs should be leashed and, if aggressive, need to be muzzled. Please bring enough people to assist or contain your pets in your vehicle while you wait.