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Animal Welfare Association of New Jersey

Pet Clinic

Price Changes at AWA Pet Clinic

  • Update 6/26/2020 – Effective July 1st AWA Pet Clinic will be raising prices of services and products due to the cost of goods increase. 

Changes to clinic services due to COVID-19 restrictions

  • Sign up below for a specific Spay / Neuter Waitlist, you will be notified when appointments become available. 

* Note – you will receive emails from the following email for scheduling: please monitor your email and spam folders.

Will you “Spay It Forward”?

By donating to the AWA Clinic Fund you are helping provide medical care to the homeless animals here at the shelter. Your contribution also enables us to continue offering quality veterinary services at a lower cost to pet owners in the community.

For more information on Vaccine Days, please see below.

AWA is committed to preventing pet overpopulation. During construction time, the Clinic will be operating at reduced capacity and will primarily focus spay/neuter programs in the areas of greatest community need: feral cats, pit bulls, and support for rescue partner groups.

To support spaying/neutering of owned animals, AWA has reached out to the local veterinary practice community for assistance in filling this need. (See information below.)

AWA is unable to provide wellness exams at this time due to COVID-19.  AWA has enlisted the support of local veterinary practices for assistance. (See information below.)

AWA will schedule future days for Feral-Fix-It, Rescue-Fix, Fix-It Cat, SniPit, and the outreach program into Camden. As these dates are placed on the calendar, they will be shared with the community via our website,, and other social media sites.

AWA will continue providing Vaccine Clinic Days on Monday, 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. We are unable at this time to schedule any off-site Vaccine Clinic Days at partner organizations and/or with our mobile unit due to COVID-19.  AWA will inform the community – well in advance – as to when and if the changes will occur.

The following local veterinary practices have agreed to accept AWA clients. When making an appointment, be sure to tell the staff that you received their information through AWA as there may be a discount. Please note: all discounts, service pricing and services are determined by the veterinary practices and not by AWA. In addition, we encourage clients to do their own research on veterinarian practices before making an appointment.

Veterinary Practice Listing

Disclaimer: The materials on this website, and in this listing, are for informational purposes only and are not for the purpose of providing direct veterinary practice referrals, advice on your selection of a veterinarian, or medical advice for your pet. This listing of veterinary practices is not intended to be advertising. AWA does not receive payment from the veterinary practices for this listing or the visitor for access to this site.

Visitors to this site agree they are independently making personal decisions based upon their needs with regard to the veterinary practices they decide to contact. AWA encourages visitors to do their own research on the veterinarian practices before making an appointment.

AWA is a nonprofit organization, does not endorse any specific veterinary practice, and assumes no liability for their work or for the costs associated with their work. All discounts, service pricing and services are determined by the veterinary practices and not by AWA.

VET PRACTICEAddressPhoneWebsite
Animal Hospital of Somerdale408 N. White Horse Pike Somerdale, NJ
Audubon Veterinary Associates247 S. White Horse Pike.  Audubon, NJ
Cat Clinic at Cherry Hill35 Haddonfield Road.  Cherry Hill, NJ
Central Animal Hospital120 Haddonfield-Berlin Rd.  Cherry Hill, NJ08034856-429-6802N/A
Cherry Hill Animal Hospital1425 E. Marlton Pike.  Cherry Hill, NJ
Collingswood Vet Hospital40 White Horse Pike.  Collingswood, NJ
Haddon Veterinary Clinic2 2nd Avenue.  Haddon Heights, NJ
Larchmont Animal Hospital206 Hartford Road.  Mount Laurel, NJ
Mount Laurel Animal Hospital220 Mount Laurel Road.  Mount Laurel, NJ
Pennsauken Animal Hospital6717 N. Crescent Boulevard.  Pennsauken, NJ
Rancocas Veterinary Associates84 Main Street.  Mt. Holly, NJ
VCA Maple Shade Animal Hospital 845 E Main St. Maple Shade, NJ
Village Veterinary Hospital177 Church Road.  Medford, NJ
Voorhees Veterinary CenterEchelon Village Plaza.  1120 White Horse Road, Voorhees, NJ
Ace of Spays1485 NJ-38. Hainesport, NJ
People for Animals1200 N. Delsea Drive. Clayton, NJ


Monday – Friday: 7:30am
Appointment Required

Vaccine Days

Every Monday: 10am – 2pm
*Select* Saturdays: 8am – 11:30am


Purchase products & preventatives
at the Pet Clinic
Tuesday – Friday: 9am – 5pm 

IMPORTANT: We cannot accommodate dogs weighing more than 99 lbs.,
or English, French, or Old English Bulldogs.

  • You must have an appointment in order to have your pet spayed or neutered.
  • When you call, please be patient. We receive hundreds of phone calls and appointment requests each day, and answer each one in the order received.
  • If you are a Feral Cat caregiver, please call 856-424-2288 or email to make an appointment. Please do not make an appointment online.
  • We require that you print and fill out the Check In Form and bring it to your appointment with you.

You have to print and fill out the Check In Form and bring to your appointment.

  • Check-in time is 7:30 am. Pick-up is 3:30pm for dogs and 4:00pm for cats. the same afternoon. Everyone is given the same time so there will be a wait at check-in. Please plan for it.
  • The Clinic closes at 5pm. If you pick up between 5pm and 6pm you will be charged a $20 late fee. If you pick up between 6pm and 7pm you will be charged a $40 late fee.
  • Payment is due at check-in. Cash (exact change) is requested, please.
    We also accept credit/debit cards. NO CHECKS.
  • Bring prior vaccination records, if available. A 3-year rabies vaccine can only be given if proof of previous vaccine is shown at appointment. (Must be certificate, not a tag.) If no proof is available, a one year vaccine will be given.
  • All cats must be in a secure carrier. One cat per carrier. All feral cats must be in traps, covered by a towel or blanket, and the bottom of traps must be lined with newspaper, pee pads, etc…
  • All dogs must be on NON RETRACTABLE LEASHES.
  • Please walk dogs before entering the building.

Protocol for Medium, Large, and/or Aggressive Dogs

  • Please bring help If your dog is too much of a handful for you to safely handle alone.
  • No food for adult animals (older than 6 months) after 6:00pm the night before surgery.
  • No food for puppies/kittens (younger than 6 months) after 12:00 midnight the night before surgery.

Post Operation Instructions
It is extremely important that you follow these instructions to ensure that your pet has a smooth recovery. Failure to follow these instructions could result in severe harm to the pet and/or the need for additional surgeries.

  • Your pet does not have to return for suture removal. However, the sutures must remain in the animal for at least 7 days.
  • There will be a $75 fee for re-suture plus the cost of medication if your pet removes the sutures within 7 days.
  • Absorbable sutures can take 2-4 months to fully dissolve.


The AWA recommends an E-collar to prevent your pet from taking
out his or her stitches.

  • Must be worn for 7 days.
  • AWA offers e-collars at a non-refundable fee of $16.00.
  • E-collars are also available at your local pet stores.

We accept cash, debit or credit cards. We do not accept personal checks. If you are able to pay with cash (preferably exact change), it helps us keep our prices low.

Due to the great demand for appointments, please give us at least 48 hours notice
of a cancellation. If not, we will require pre-payment prior to scheduling another appointment. If someone cancels at the last minute or doesn’t show at all, we cannot schedule the appointment for someone else.