Requesting an online appointment at CSNIP

CSNIP offers online appointment requests. As a way to streamline our scheduling, online requests are the primary way to schedule appointments. Please ensure you have all the information about your pet prior to scheduling. Our spay/neuter appointments book fast, so check back each day as appointments are made available on a four week rolling basis. 

THIS ONLINE SCHEDULING TOOL IS NOT FOR SCHEDULING FERAL, LIVE-TRAPPED COMMUNITY CATS. For more information about scheduling feral cats, please click here.

Appointments are availabe four weeks in advance at any given time. Appointments are available online and are first-come, first-served. If you get a message stating "No appointments available" it means we are fully booked for the size/sex/type of animal you are trying to schedule. If you prefer to schedule over the phone or have trouble using the online tool, please give us a call at 616-455-8220 option 1 and leave a message for a call back. We will return your call as soon as we have space to offer you, which may take 2-4 weeks. We appreciate your patience as we work to help as many pets and people as possible!

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Please be sure to have an accurate weight of your dog prior to scheduling. We book by size and sex for the comfort and safety of your pet. We are not able to accommodate dogs 70# or over at our Lakeshore clinic.  Please contact us to schedule your extra large dog at the Grand Rapids clinic.

All fields on the online request form are REQUIRED to generate an accurate medical record. The form will not let you proceed until all fields are completed. 

Due to high demand, CSNIP appointments book fast. Unfortunately, our scheduling system requires all owner/animal information to be filled out before the appointment request can be submitted, which will then hold the space for you while we review your request. When you go to select an appointment date, all available spaces for that size/sex are shown. We recommend checking back each day for new availability.

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