On behalf of our entire staff at Sheets Pet Clinic, we would like to extend a warm welcome to our clinic. For directions to our clinic, click here.
As a young girl, Dr. Sheets knew what her calling was. Using money earned from her paper route, she would trap ferals or social strays and take them in for spaying and neutering. She saw so many animals at the apartment complex she worked at that she decided that she had to do something. She was tired of pulling kittens and adopting them out!
After graduating from NC State veterinary school, she worked at the Guilford County Animal shelter doing spaying and neutering, she also worked and help found Feral Cat Assistance Program, where she also worked on spay days. She continued to spay and neuter through the SPCA of the Triad and ran the low cost spay and neuter clinic through the Humane Society. She finally realized that the only way she was going to reach her goal as a veterinarian was to open her own veterinary clinic.
In December 2008, Sheets Pet Clinic opened with the mission of being able to provide low cost spaying and neutering to the public. Most of the area spay neuter clinics had either closed or were so backlogged that people were having to wait months for an appointment. At Sheets Pet Clinic, we developed a way to offer these services, as well as regular veterinary care for your pet. This is the first time this has ever been tried in Greensboro.
The regular clinic funds the low-cost spay and neuter program. We are not a non-profit organization and do not qualify to receive grants from any government or private entity. That is why it is so important for our clients to continue their patronage with us.
Dr. Sheets believes that we need to stop these senseless shelter euthanasia, and the only way we can do that is to reduce pet overpopulation. Please SPAY or NEUTER your pet! Thank you to all those that continue to support us in our quest.