Before You Book

Spay and neuters are by appointment only at 5023 Princeton St. Ste. 17 in Midland (across the street from Border State Electric). All appointments must be secured by a deposit via credit card that will be applied to your total, unless you contact us at registration@fixwesttexas.org for alternatives. No refunds will be given for cancellations or no shows, as we must still pay the veterinarian for their time.

Please use our online scheduling software to book your appointment by clicking the Book Now button on the navigation bar above. THE EXCEPTION IS FERAL CATS: NO DEPOSIT OR APPOINTMENT IS NECESSARY. If you have trapped a cat for TNR, please email us at registration@fixwesttexas.org and let us know which day you plan on dropping them off.

Vaccinations, Microchips, Flea/Tick/Heartworm Preventatives and other non-surgical services will be available each clinic day we are open (see calendar on Upcoming Clinics page) from 10am-1pm. We will also schedule pop-up vaccination clinics, as time allows.

All services are available to everyone. No income or residence restrictions apply. Every dollar spent at our clinic is another dollar helping the animals and owners in our area. We encourage every owner to have a full-service veterinarian for vet services beyond the scope of our nonprofit clinic.

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Please Note

All animals undergoing surgery must weigh more than three (3) pounds and be more than 10 (ten) weeks old.

We DO NOT perform surgery on animals with any underlying disease, that are obese, or that are over five (5) years old. No exceptions.

We DO NOT perform surgery on brachycephalic dogs (pugs, English bulldogs, French bulldogs, Boston terriers, Pekingese, Lhasa apso, Shih Tzu, and boxers). No exceptions.

We DO NOT perform surgery on Great Danes.

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Pets in Need

Pets in Need is our program devoted to providing free or heavily discounted vet care for families without the financial means to pay our fees. Our donations and grants help cover these costs.

Services provided: Spay and neuter, vaccinations, flea/tick preventatives, dog and cat food, dog and cat shelters.