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California Spay and Neuter Clinics

One of the best ways to help reduce the number of homeless and abandoned pets is to get your pets spayed or neutered. There are many programs out there that help provide low cost alternatives for families on a tight budget. So, please be a responsible pet-owner and get your pet spay or neutered as soon as possible!

If you know of a Spay/Neuter Program that is not included on this list, then please send us their info. Thanks for your support!

Actors and Others for Animals
11523 Burbank Blvd
North Hollywood, CA 91601
Phone: (818) 755-6045 or (818) 755-6323
Email: webmistress@wom-designs.com?subject=ActorsandOthers.com

Description: Actors and Others for Animals is a California 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation dedicated to the promotion of the humane treatment of animals. Our main mission is to curb the pet overpopulation problem by subsidizing spay/neuter surgeries. Together with other vital services, we are there to help pet guardians living on a low and/or fixed income care for their beloved companions.
 


Contra Costa Humane Society
609 Gregory Lane
Suite 210
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
Phone: (925) 279-2247, ext. 305
Email: snap.cchs@sbcglobal.net

Description: SNAP is one of only a handful of programs available in Contra Costa County that provides financial assistance to low-income county residents looking to have their companion dog, cat, or rabbit altered. SNAP also works with low-income feral caretakers in altering feral cats through the process of Trap-Neuter-Return (TNR). As CCHS does not operate a veterinary hospital, SNAP works with a number of veterinary clinics within the county who provide low-cost services to our organization.

Contra Costa Humane Society is fortunate to operate one of the only programs within the county that offers financial assistance to low-income residents whose altered animals are in need of emergency medical care. If you are receiving government assistance or qualify as low-income based on current HUD standards, and if your companion dog or cat is facing a true medical emergency, CCHS may be able to help. Please note that financial assistance must be pre-authorized by CCHS to be used at a select number of veterinary offices in Contra Costa County. For further information, please call our office at (925) 279-2247.
 


Marin Humane Society
171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd.
Novato, CA 94949
Phone: 415-883-4621

Description: The Marin Humane Society offers discount vaccinations, microchipping, and spay/neuter surgeries.
 


North County Humane Society
Project KEPPT
2905 San Luis Rey Rd
Oceanside, CA 92058
Phone: 760-757-4357
Email: nchsinfo@nchumane.org

Description: Project KEPPT provides various levels of subsidized programs to help families spay, neuter and/or vaccinate their pet(s). A low-cost vaccine clinic is held during Project KEPPT Day, the first Sunday of every month.
 


PAWS San Diego County
4455 Euclid Avenue
San Diego, CA 92115
Phone: 619-297-7297
Email: info@pawssdc.org

Description: As a volunteer driven, non-profit organization, PAWS San Diego County, Inc. provides essential services to assist the low-income elderly, chronically ill and disabled in keeping their companion animals.

Over $60,000 in vet vouchers are sent out each year to help with the care of client companion animals. Each companion animal receives up to $200 each year for veterinary care. Over 100 vet clinics and hospitals provide care to our client's companion animals, most at a reduced cost, so that even if their pet is completely healthy, they are getting a veterinarian to give a full exam to their pet each year.
 


PAWS/LA
1150 S. Hope Street
Suite A
Los Angeles, CA 90015
Phone: 213.741.1950
Email: info@pawsla.org

Description: PAWS/LA was founded in 1989 in response to the companion animal-related crises faced by residents of Los Angeles County who were financially and physically debilitated by HIV/AIDS. Since that time, the agency has expanded its scope to assist low-income seniors and any low-income individual living with a chronic or life-threatening illness.
 


Sacramento SPCA
6201 Florin-Perkins Road
Sacramento, CA 95828
Phone: (916) 383-7387, ext. 9122
Email: spayclinic@sspca.org

Description: The Sacramento SPCA operates a low-cost spay and neuter clinic. The clinic is open to everyone.

The Sacramento SPCA offers free spay or neuter for pit bulls or pit bull mixes. The We Pay To Spay program is available only to Sacramento County residents and West Sacramento residents. You must show proof of residency at the time of your appointment.
 


Santa Cruz SPCA
2685 Chanticleer Ave
Santa Cruz, CA 95065
Phone: 831-465-5000
Email: nancy@santacruzspca.org

Description: free or low cost spay/neuters to economically challenged pet owners in Santa Cruz County.
 


SPCA for Monterey County
1002 Highway 68
Monterey, CA 93940
Phone: 831-373-2631 or 831-422-4721
Email: info@spcamc.org

Description: The SPCA for Monterey County provides low-cost spay & neuter services, vaccinations, leukemia tests and microchips for dogs and cats in our community
 


Veterinary Street Outreach Services
San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium
1550 Bryant Street Suite 450
San Francisco, CA 94103
Phone: 415-355-2248
Email: vetsos@sfccc.org

Description: A volunteer-based project providing free veterinary care for the companion animals of homeless San Franciscans
 

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