The Woodstock Animal Foundation, Inc. is a non-profit 501c3 organization dedicated to positively impacting the companion pet population, making every pet a wanted pet. Through the use of education and high quality, low cost spay and neuter programs and vaccination services, our motto is:

β€œReducing companion pet over-population one alteration at a time.”

For over 17 years, Woodstock Animal Foundation, Inc. has operated the Woodstock Spay and Neuter Clinic in Lexington, KY. In addition to providing high quality, low cost spay and neuter services they also offer full service veterinary care by appointment Monday through Friday, hold Vaccination/Wellness Clinics the 1st Sunday of each month, and operate mobile programs in various counties around the state. The organization is dedicated to the humane treatment of all animals and to the ever demanding job of decreasing pet overpopulation. Every alteration helps to decrease the number of pets euthanized daily in shelters throughout Kentucky. Help by spaying and neutering your pets and know a big difference is being made because of you!

The Woodstock Animal Foundation, Inc. is committed to helping serve any county in the state of Kentucky that asks for help. We have foster care families in many counties and even other states. We believe there is a home for every pet. The challenge is to keep them safe and healthy until the right match can be found. Your financial support, your volunteer support, your foster care support and your willingness to enroll others to spay and neuter their pets all add up to helping reach the goal of β€œno more homeless pets.”

When you effect change…change will affect you. Bless you in your stewardship to be a voice for those who cannot speak!

Contact Information:
Woodstock Animal Foundation, Inc.
Woodstock Spay & Neuter Clinic
843 Lane Allen Road, Lexington, KY 40504

General/Appointment Information:
Phone 859-277-7729
Fax 859-277-0100

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We need fosters for two weeks for these babies. One batch has two puppies and the other is a single puppy..... Call 859-544-0698 if you can help they need to be in Lexington, KY area or close by.....
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Theresa ParkerI called the number listed , want go thru.. I would love to help. I live in Lexington and I have already done the application.

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Savannah Cie VaughnSamantha Littleton just two weeks!!

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Anna ThomasI want one

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Woodstock Spay and Neuter Clinic added 9 new photos.

Remember Chevy the momma cat who came in with four kittens. She was left in a carrier for us to help. Chevy had a broken pelvis, rear leg and tail. Thanks to the vets & staff here at Woodstock Spay and Neuter Clinic she had a chance to live. Chevy foster mom hung in with helping this sweet girl heal. Today was Chevy BIG DAY she went to her forever home. Bluegrass Pet Crematorium decided they need a palmate for their office cat and yes they have an office dog. So Chevy gets to live out here life helping customer coop with their loss of loving pets....... HAVE A HAPPY LIFE SWEET GIRL !!!!
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DONATIONS NEEDED
We are in desperate need of
1. Paper Towels
2. Rubbing Alcohol
3. Distilled Water
4. 33 Gallon Trash Bags

If you are able to help, you may drop off your donation at:
1.
Clinic (M-F: 9am to 5pm)
843 Lane Allen Road, Lexington
2.
PetSmart (This Saturday's Event 1/21: 11am to 6pm)
Hamburg Pavilion, 1945 Pavilion Way, Lexington

Thank you so much for your continued love and support! We truly appreciate it!
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ADOPTION EVENT THIS SATURDAY!!
January 21, 2017: 11am to 6pm
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED... PLEASE HELP!
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UPDATE : Here's an updated picture of our precious new family member! We named her Leisl, however she used to go by Mia. We are absolutely in love with this little girl. Thank you for rescuing her! Love from the Brock girls who drove all the way from Indianapolis to Lexington to adopt this adorable love bug! ...

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Rhonda ThurmanOoh my, such a cute sweet face!!!!

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Woodstock Animal Foundation added 2 new photos.

PISTO is an adorable 10 week old male Chihuahua Mix. He is looking for his forever HOME.

HOW TO APPLY/ADOPTION PROCESS:
1. Go to www.woodstockanimalfoundation.org
2. Click on 'ADOPTIONS' then scroll down.
3. Click either 'DOG APPLICATION' or 'CAT APPLICATION'
4. Complete application and hit 'SUBMIT

We will review your application and set up a meet and greet if your application is approved. If it is a match, we will finalize the adoption then. You can follow our FaceBook page to learn when and where our next adoption event will be: Woodstock Spay and Neuter Clinic.

Please note the application process can take up to 48 hours to complete.
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Michelle ColemanI love him....and his name!@

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Kathy Chiaramonte LabertewAny guesses how big he may get?

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Erica ShipleyOmg Taylor Maupin

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Tracy DavidsonJust your size🐢❀🐢

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Woodstock Animal Foundation shared Clays Mill Veterinary Clinic's photo. ...

After careful consideration and much soul-searching, we have decided to stop declawing cats. We know this is a controversial topic. As veterinarians, we have been trained to do this procedure, we have done it for years very well, and with much pain medicine. We have all owned declawed cats ourselves. This is not a condemnation of people with declawed cats; we've had them, too. We used to believe that declawing cats saved their lives. We feared that cats with claws would be turned in to the shelters in record numbers, and that we were doing a good thing by making cats more likely to stay in their homes. As it turns out, the numbers do not bear this out. When areas have stopped declawing, the number of surrendered cats actually dropped. This left us with a question. We know that even under the best of circumstances, a declaw is a major and painful surgery, (and no less so when it is performed with a laser, by the way.) It is an amputation of the end of the cat's "finger," not just the removal of the claw itself. And even when performed perfectly, can have life-long complications. So we wondered, if we weren't saving cats, and this procedure can be painful to cats, why were we doing this? Although we know furniture destruction can be a problem, it can almost always be prevented with the right techniques. Besides, when it comes down to it, as veterinarians, our main concern is the cats, not the couches. We have to do what is best for our patients. Thank you for your understanding. Please see the tips in comments for how to keep your cat from scratching your furniture. They really work!

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Glenna JonesKudos and many thanks to these vets. It could not be said much better "as veterinarians, our main concern is the cats, not the couches. We have to do what is best for our patients" Congratulations Clays Mill Vet Clinic.

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Sharon SharpYAY!! Maybe you could begin selling "Soft Paws". They really work.

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Gail YobeCongrats for putting the animals first

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Brooke ChismYAY!!! GOOD FOR YOU! your clients look to you for guidance and believe that if you do the procedure then you condone it

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GREAT day today! We adopted out 10 animals! That's right. I said TEN!!!! Woohoo! And it's only 3pm. If only we could have good days like this every Saturday. 😍 ...

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Brenda PoppGreat.

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Clara MatthewsAwesome ❀

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Marcy BoothGreat to hear!!

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Mary Beth VanMeterFantastic!!

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Melinda GrayIt was great to see!

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Daisy CouchThat is wonderful.

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Daisy CouchDid Pistol get adopted

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Marcella HazelwoodThat's wonderful!!! Let's hope and pray every dog will live happily ever after with their new masters

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Carey O'MearaThat is great news!

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Buffy Carden GlasscockAwesome!! Glad Elle was adopted

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Cassandra HowardThe dog that you guys took in from the January spay and neuter clinic, I think they named him lucky, has he been adopted?

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Debbie Parsons HayesI'm so happy for all of them! ❀🐢❀

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Tere Thorpeβ€οΈβ€οΈβ€οΈπŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

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Cortney Watkins HoeseMarley was tuckered out yesterday from the excitement

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Woodstock Animal Foundation shared Omeleto's Eric and Peety.

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A man on the verge of death rescued a dog with no hope. Then, the dog rescues him... (Via Humane Society)

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Alan Dirk MooreGreat story. May God bless this man, and his dog!

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Meet PISTOL!!!!! He is an adorable 4.5 pound Chihuahua Mix. Pistol is 9 weeks old and looking for someone to snuggle up with.

HOW TO APPLY/ADOPTION PROCESS:
1. Go to www.woodstockanimalfoundation.org
2. Click on 'ADOPTIONS' then scroll down.
3. Click either 'DOG APPLICATION' or 'CAT APPLICATION'
4. Complete application and hit 'SUBMIT

We will review your application and set up a meet and greet if your application is approved. If it is a match, we will finalize the adoption then. You can follow our FaceBook page to learn when and where our next adoption event will be: Woodstock Spay and Neuter Clinic.

Please note the application process can take up to 48 hours to complete.
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Clara MatthewsWhat a little Sweetheart ❀️

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Sharon SharpWe adopted our beautiful Gracie from Woodstock. Adoption is the BEST way to find your perfect companion!

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Stacy VolstedApril Emerson, too cute!

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Darlene Jaggers BinghamBrenda what are you trying

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Daisy CouchThere's my little Pistol he is such a sweet good boy.

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