"We do not see sick and injured animals and at this time do not provide spay/neuter but we hope to work towards doing so," Washington said in an email.
Although walk-ins are seen as time allows, Washington encouraged owners to make an appointment online at www.mcaspets.org/wellness-center.
"We are available to any citizen, not just those in Montgomery County and we hope that through this clinic we can provide education on basic pet care, affordable vaccination and prevention options and help reduce the number of animals in our shelters," Washington said.
The shelter was awarded $30,000 as seed money for the clinic from the Montgomery County Commissioners Court on July 31. Aaron Johnson, Montgomery County Animal Shelter director, said to the commissioners he hopes the center will be self-sustaining after the first few months.
The clinic is open Wednesdays from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. and Saturdays from 8 a.m.-noon. 936-442-7738