Thursday evening marked the grand opening of the Humane Society of Parkersburg's SPOT Clinic.
The Humane Society held a ribbon cutting ceremony at the new facility.
It's a low-cost, high quality spay neuter clinic to help put a stop to the overpopulation in the area.
The cost of getting your four-legged friend spayed or neutered will depend on its species and size.
This will include a surgery, rabies shot, nail trimming.
"To be able to cut this ribbon today and really really kick off low cost, high quality spay neuters in our area is very much a dream come true for all of us and hopefully our community, it makes spay and neutering affordable, everybody can do it," says Humane Society of Parkersburg Executive Director, Maryann Hollis.
The SPOT Clinic will be taking public animals on October 14th.
For more information about the clinic or to set up an appointment, call the SPOT Clinic at 304-912-4275, the Humane Society at 304-422-5541 or log on to www.hsop.org.
The SPOT Clinic will be closed all next week due to a pet training session in North Carolina. Members of the new clinic urges people to call the humane society to set up an appointment during that time.