Happy New Year! We are excited to announce the opening of our Spay & Neuter Clinic adjacent to our Wellness Clinic, at 28418 Five Mile Rd, Livonia. It has been a long, exhausting and difficult road, but our hard work has paid off. By offering this service at affordable prices, spay and neutering has now become an option for all dog and cat owners.
Call our office for more information and to schedule your appointments! 734-855-4077
Wish List: Because we are operating 2 buildings, we are in need of many donations. Office supplies, gently used or new towels, laundry detergent, printer paper and kleenex are just a few of the items we could use! All donations can be dropped off at our clinic at 28418 Five Mile Rd. in Livonia. And as always, cash donations are appreciated as well!
For the safety of everyone, cats MUST be in carriers and dos MUST be leashed when seeing our veterinarian.
*****Effective Oct. 1, 2014*****
In anticipation of getting our Spay/Neuter Clinic open, we will no longer be selling Spay/Neuter Vouchers. If anyone is interested in a spay or neuter, we will be taking names and phone numbers in anticipation of a November opening. Any current voucher out there will be honored.
Also.........due to slight price increases from our suppliers, there will be some prices changes for certain services....
Consultations- $15.00 (waived with purchase of vaccines, medication or product)
Nail Trim- $5.00-$10.00
Anal Glands- $10.00
Ear Cytology- Dogs $15.00, Cats $10.00
Thank you for your understanding!
Tail Waggers is proud to be part of Bissell's Partners for Pets. When you buy BISSELL pet products on bissell.com and enter ADOPT in the coupon code at checkout, you are able to choose Tail Waggers to receive the donation. Every bit helps!!
WHAT'S HAPPENING AT TAIL WAGGERS...
We are quickly booking into November for vaccinations and heartworm testing. All Wellness Clinic hours are for our Livonia Wellness Center- please call 734-855-4077 for an appointment!
Tail Waggers 2014 Calendar of Events
Our organization does not advocate de-clawing of cats. De-clawing involves amputation of the last knuckles of a cat's paw – cutting through bone, tendons, skin and nerves. This is cruel and unnecessary. Please visit The Paw Project for more information.
Please note: Any animal dumped at our facility will be taken by local animal control. We are not an intake facility and do not have the means to house unwanted pets.
Are you looking for a day care or boarding for your pet? Visit Canine College or 4-Legged Friends Daycare and Boarding. Both facilities are amazing and are highly recommended!
Thanks to the Michigan State University School of Veterinary Medicine for featuring Hope in their News & Events page. Click here to read what MSU had to say about Hope!