- General Health Exam - eyes, ears, nose, throat, lungs, abdomen, skin, coat, body condition, and temperament.
- Spay/Neuter Surgery - all animals are altered BEFORE leaving the HHS. Isoflourane gas, injectible anesthesia, and separate sterile packs, dissolvable sutures, and antibiotic injections aregivin/used for each animal. During preparation, surgery, and recovery, pets are constantly observed with heart/pulse monitors. Hydro-thermal heating pads are used to keep temperature regulated.
- Tattoo - all animals altered by HHS receive a tattoo signifying the animal has been sterilized, hereby preventing unnecessary future surgery. Tattooed animals are generally held longer at shelters and animal controls and are more often put up for adoption.
- Food and Housing - many animals have been cared for at HHS for 3 weeks or more.
- Grooming - ears are cleaned and nails are trimmed
- Cats and Kittens are Vaccinated Against - Rhinotracheitis, Callici, Panleukapenia, Chlamydia, Psittaci.
- Dogs and Puppies are Vaccinated Against - Parvovirus, Distemper, Adenovirus type 2, infectuous canine hepatitis, Parainfluenza, Leptospira canicola, icterhaemorrhagiae infections, and Canine Influenza.
- Tests - all felines are administered a feline leukemia test and all canines are administered an occult heartworm test.
- Rabies Vaccination - in compliance with state law, all pets 3 months and older are given mandatory rabies vaccinations. A numbered rabies tag is given to each pet.
- Deworming - all dogs are dewormed with Strongid T, Panacur, or Ivomectin; all cats are dewormed with Strongid T.
- Pet Adoption Kit - Includes 1 month of pet insurance, pet samples, and more.