Why spay or neuter?
- Pet overpopulation!
- Between six and eight million dogs and cats enter U.S. shelters every year.
- Spay/Neuter is a proven way to reduce pet overpopulation, ensuring that every pet has a family to love them.
January 2017 UPDATE: Due to overwhelming demand, space is very limited for dogs over 20 pounds in our monthly transport clinics. PLEASE contact the clinic directly to get your dog in on a sooner date if it is urgent (details below). Thanks!
CATS and Dogs under 70 pounds:
We offer low cost cat and dog spay/neuter clinics, usually a few times a month. These clinics are open to low income households, AND to stray and feral cat caretakers, regardless of income. Fill out and return the Cat/Dog spay/neuter forms below (the instructions include the income guidelines for qualifying as low income) or call us at 541-276-0181 to get on the list for the next clinic. If you leave a message, please also e-mail your information to email@example.com. Scheduling is usually 3-4 weeks out. ALSO, please call if you know of any wild/stray cats that are not yet fixed, we may have grant funding available to help get them fixed. Download the clinic information and forms:**Cat Dog Spay Neuter Instructions and Forms
Upcoming clinic dates:
CATS (overnight trip): January 31st/February 1st (FULL), February 28th/March 1st (filling up fast!), April 4th/5th
DOGS: February 11th (FULL for dogs over 18 pounds), March 18th
Dogs 70-90 pounds: Please call us for options, or contact the clinic directly: Prevent Homeless Pets, Benton City, Washington. They may be able to schedule your dog for another clinic date.
Dogs over 90 pounds: Please call us for lower cost options.
If you don’t qualify as low income, give us a call at 541-276-0181 for other lower cost options. Lower cost clinics include Kennedy Vet in Milton-Freewater, OR (541-938-9306), Dick Temple in Lexington, OR (541-989-8181) or The Fix Machine in Kennewick, WA (509-987-1738)
If you would rather take your animal to the spay neuter clinic yourself instead of using PAWS transport services, please call the clinic directly to make an appointment: Prevent Homeless Pets, Benton City, Washington, 509-497-1133. As scheduling is handled by volunteers, they may take a few days to return your call.
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