Pros: They spay and neuter pets for a small fee!
Cons: Can be inconvenient depending on where you are located
This review is specifically for the Tree House Spay/Neuter clinic, which is actually located at another site. The Tree House itself though is a really great place also though (have been there to visit the kitties a few times in the past, when I lived in the city).
I got my kittens in July. My vet, which is very conveniently located next door to me, charges a LOT for neutering. Multiply that by 2 and it was going to be close to a thousand just for neutering! I asked around, and a friend told me how she took her two kittens the year before to the Tree House Spay Neuter clinic. They charged $95 to neuter males that were pets. In addition, they got their second distemper and rabies vaccines included in that. They also clipped their nails and gave them a little green tattoo. Oh, and they will neuter as long as they are at least 8 weeks old and at least 2 lbs. My boys were 13 weeks and 4.5 lbs each.
The ONLY negative I experienced (and is not reflected in the star count because I don't think it should) was that I had to go a bit out of my way. I had to get them there by 8:30am and pick them up at 5pm. I live in the suburbs, so just stayed in the city all day because I didn't want to deal with that traffic x2. As it was, it took me 1.5 hours to get there in the morning and actually got them in at 8:34am. I was so glad they were still taking them!
Anyway, the boys were great, they healed great, no complications. I now have two very happy and neutered boys.