OPEN NOW! The HSWC Spay Clinic – Linda R. Lorber Campus
Find us at 840-B John Marshall Highway in Front Royal, VA!
The clinic operates 4-days a week, Monday through Thursday. The office is open only 1pm-5pm for questions, paperwork, etc. This clinic will provide low-cost, quality spay and neuter surgery. Vaccines and small services will be available at the time of surgery, or at our quarterly vaccination clinics.
Contact the clinic by calling 540-252-4028 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Payment is due at the time of scheduling, and drop off and pick up are on the same day. We are located at 840-B John Marshall Highway in Front Royal, VA 22630.
|Surgical Services||Add On Services||Add On Services||Add on Services|
|Rescue Groups TNR Package – spay/neuter, rabies, ear tip $75 (Available to 501c3 groups ONLY)||Cat Flea Treatment $10||Dog Flea Treatment Up to 50lbs $15||Dog Flea Treatment Over 50lbs $20|
|Spay Female Dog $170||Dog De-worming $30||Rabies Vaccine $21||Hernia Repair $60|
|Spay Female Cat $75||Cat De-worming $12||Bordatella Vaccine $21||Microchip w/ reg $50|
|Neuter Male Dog $150||Nail Trim $10||Feline Distemper $21||Anal Gland Exp. $20|
|Neuter Male Cat $65||Ear Cleaning $10||Canine distemper $21||Ear Tip $0|
Meet the Clinic Team
Dr. Alicia Pownall, DVM
Dr. Pownall graduated Magna cum Laude from Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine and will lead the team at our new clinic. Dr. Pownall comes with valuable experience in a high-volume, high-quality spay and neuter clinic, and is enthusiastic to begin working to make a difference in our local community. She is Fear-Free Certified, and spent time traveling to rural Washington to the Native American Reserves setting up mobile clinics for wellness exams, vaccinations, and spay/neuter at no cost to the low-income area.
Megan Betts, LVT
Our licensed veterinarian technician Megan, recently graduated Magna Cum Laude from Penn Foster College with a Veterinary Technician degree. Megan has been in the Veterinary profession for almost a decade, starting in a small-animal, general practice as a receptionist and quickly moving to an assistant/technician position, where she thrived and moved into a supervisor/trainer position. Megan has experience working in small-animal, emergency medicine, and with horses. Megan is certified as a Fear Free Professional, and prides herself on her ability to empathize and work with fearful and stressed pets. Megan continues to expand her veterinary passion and knowledge with continuing education and enjoys sharing her knowledge with others. Megan and her life partner, Nelson, have two black cats and one pitbull at home. She is very excited to be working with the Humane Society of Warren County and further serve the community through the work of the HSWC Spay Clinic.
Kristy Weidlich, Receptionist/Veterinary assistant
Kristy comes to the HSWC Spay clinic with more than 10 years experience in a veterinary setting. She most recently worked as a Client Care Representative at a clinic in Frederick County. She will be the smiling face at the front desk greeting clients and scheduling appointments. Kristy also assists with surgery prep, ordering and inventory.