12Sep 2013


UNO Chicago Grill


Help support H.O.P.E. Spay Neuter Clinic and enjoy a great meal at UNO Chicago Grill!
Dine in or take out at the Uno Chicago Grill of Milford CT and 20% of the bill will be donated to H.O.P.E.

What a tasty way to help us raise dough!

Simply print the voucher below and present it at time of payment.

Valid the week of Sept. 22 – 26 and only at the Milford, CT location:

1061 Boston Road, Milford, CT06460.




28Jun 2013

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woulda coulda shoulda

Studies show that 72% of people don’t know when to fix their pets, and the majority of these think that 6 months is the optimum time. Yet we know that by that time many have already had accidental litters that end up on Craigslist, or in our overcrowded animal shelters.Imagine if every spay/neuter group and shelter were promoting the same message about when to spay and neuter pets, at the same time, all across the nation. Would it impact when people spayed or neutered their dogs and cats?

we think so
We believe that this is exactly what’s needed to dispel spay/neuter myths, and let people know the best time to spay and neuter their pets. We don’t want people to say they “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda” had their pets fixed.

make a difference
On June 26th, Humane Alliance has launched the “Woulda, Coulda, Shoulda” campaign at www.whentospay.org. They hope to encourage pet owners to spay or neuter their dogs and cats by no later than 4 months (as surgeries can be performed safely as early as 8 weeks), to prevent these accidental litters. Please joine H.O.P.E. Spay/Neuter Clinic is supporting the Humane Alliance in their campaign.

be sure to visit
For more information or to see how you can help make a difference, be sure to visit their site directly by clicking onto this link: www.whentospay.org.

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25Apr 2013

April 23rd was a big puppy day at HOPE Clinic! 7 hound mixes came in for their final stop before going to permanent homes. As often happens with adorable pups, some of the adoptive families could not wait any longer, and they escorted their new charges home after listening to our discharge instructions.
Good luck to one and all!


ELI is all ready to go! He was such a good boy and his new adoptive family couldn’t wait to get him home.



All packed up ! This little sweetie jumped up into  moms arms and somehow had the time for a photo op for us here at H.O.P.E.



This cute puppy is got so excited he fell asleep in his new Daddy’s arms. Dreaming of bones and a beautiful new home we wish him much happiness with his new family! pupandopter3


James, a Vet Assistant at H.O.P.E., prolonged his “puppy high” by carrying two of the pups all the way into the parking lot to say goodbye! We checked his pockets when he came back to the office.


17Oct 2012

The PETCO Foundation generously rewarded the H.O.P.E. Spay/Neuter Clinic with a Clinic Equipment Expansion Grant! Look for future posts about how we put the money to use.

A great big Thank You to the PETCO Foundation!!