Pets In Stitches works and collaborates with the following shelters and rescues.
Citizens for Animal Welfare & Safety, Inc.
We are grateful to those businesses that support our mission and hope you choose to visit their establishments.
...and, as always, I am dedicated to providing affordable spay and neuter services in a professional environment.
Dr. Danielle N. Rastetter, DVM.
Don’t just take our word for it…
After contacting our vet and being told how much it would cost to have our puppy spayed, I decided to look for a cheaper alternative. Pets In Stitches was recommended on SISCA’s website.
I checked out the Pets In Stitches website and I was very impressed with how informative the site was and how compassionate the clinic seemed to be. When I called, the staff was very helpful and friendly and I felt completely secure in my decision to have Pets In Stitches perform the procedure.
The facility was very nice, the cost was reasonable and the staff was completely professional, friendly and helpful. The procedure and follow up care instructions was explained very clearly. That evening after the surgery I received not one, but two calls checking on the welfare of my puppy.
I recommended Pets In Stitches to a friend and she was very satisfied as well.
I picked Pets In Stitches because my friend Mary Grech from Francis Kennels recommended you. I am also a member of NBRAN (National Brittany Rescue and Adoption Network) and Pets In Stitches was recommended by another member. Buzz was my first foster dog, but now has been adopted by my family.
I liked how Buzz was treated and how you got down on the floor with him to calm him down before you took him back. I also appreciated the call to see how he was doing.