Spay or Neuter

Where to Spay/Neuter Your Pet

If you are looking to spay or neuter a pet, you can click here to find an affordable clinic nearby. Enter your ZIP CODE at the top of page and you will see participating clinics and veterinarians in your community.

Donate to Fund Spay/Neuter

There will never be an end to dogs, puppies, cats and kittens being abused, abandoned and dying in shelters across North Carolina until long-term, easy to use, low-cost (or free) spay/neuter programs are available.

When you talk to people working in the rescue-business, they would agree that spay/neuter is very important, however, many times their priority is on taking care of the dogs and cats already here, and in need.  For many of these groups, most of their time and money is used taking care of homeless and unwanted dogs and cats coming into their facilities on a daily basis.  The demand on taking care of these animals many times leaves little money to fund a long-term spay/neuter programs for pets belonging to families in the community.

To break the cycle of suffering and euthanasia shelters across North Carolina, there must be a long-term focused and funded spay/neuter program in all communities and Counties.  Studies by Peter Marsh details facts and figures on how this is done.

Community Partnership for Pets’ long-term spay/neuter programs in Henderson County, NC shows that spay/neuter Works!  The number of animals entering the Henderson County Shelter is down 52% and 78% of them now leave the shelter alive.

Our new mission is to help other communities and Counties across North Carolina either start a spay/neuter program or improve the one they already have.  Please consider a donation, in any amount, to Spay or Neuter.  Donations will be used to subsidize spay/neuter surgeries in communities and Counties across North Carolina.

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