Introduction:I am preparing for February since it is pet spay and neuter month. Really it should be every month that pets are spayed and neutered to control unwanted animals and eliminate the homeless animal population. Too many animals die in the shelters every year and altering just dogs and cats would spare a lot of those from dying. These are the Santa Rosa, California Spay and Neuter clinics to consider for your pet or suggest to someone else for theirs.
Sonoma County Animal care and control is located at: 1247 Century Ct Santa Rosa, CA 95403 Phone: 707-565-7100 Connect online with Sanoma County Animal care and control at: www.theanimalshelter.org Select the spay and neuter area to the left of the screen. Sanoma provides discount certificates for s/n for low income residents of the county. Qualifying low income residents pay just $20 spaying and neutering for dogs and $10 for a cat. Starting March 2011 vouchers are available the first Wednesday of each month The options for cats that have just had a litter of kittens will provide you with free spay services. Check the requirements soon after the litter has been born since restrictions exist. Email: http://www.sonoma-county.org When you get to the website scroll down to the bottom to "contact us" to fill out form for your message to be sent.
Humane Society of Sonoma County, California has a mailing address: PO Box 1296
Santa Rosa, CA 95402 Humane Society of Sonoma County physical address: 5345 Highway 12 West Santa Rosa, California. Phone: 707-542-0882 extension 204 Website: http://www.sonomahumane.org Low cost spay/neuter programs for qualifying low income households and annual spayathons. Website gives you the injections that go with spaying and neutering your pet. Hours vary so please check the Internet or call before going there. This facility is closed some unusual days making it necessary to contact to discover those . Shelter manager is Maureen Aguirre at email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Spay and neuter Animal Kind Veterinary Hospital is located at: 11458 C Avenue Auburn, California 95603 Please phone: 707-584-8273
Low cost spay and neutering for pets and feral cats have various prices.Call for information and appointments.
Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County has a mailing address of: PO Box 6672 Santa Rosa, California 95406 Physical address: 1275 Fourth Street #366 Santa Rosa CA.
707-576-7999 Low cost spay/neuter for feral cats. They will instruct you on catching feral cats for neutering and spaying to prevent further population explosion of cats in neighborhoods. It is not uncommon for a female cat to have 3 or 4 litters a year with between 3 to 7 kittens in a litter.
Strawberry Fund is a branch of the Humane Society of Sonoma County, however has a low cost spay and neuter clinic for UNOWNED cats: feral cats in traps and tame/stray neighborhood cats. "Strawberry Fund" is for pets of qualifying low income people. Phone: 707-526-5312 for information and appointments.
This information about spay neuter clinics in Santa Rosa California is quite valuable information to those who live there. H5!
There is no excuse for the number of unwanted animals in shelters. Responsible pet owners must spay and neuter. You offer excellent resources for Santa Rosa area residents!
Great List Hi5
More great pet info from the expert! Very helpful research done here for pet owners in the Santa Rosa area. High 5!
I don't live in that neighborhood, but thanks for the reminder.
Very helpful list!
Thank you for this informative list for people to look into if they need to spay or neuter a pet. Well written list.
Excellent resource for anyone wanting to spay or neuter a pet in Santa Rosa, California. That is the FIRST thing I do when I adopt a dog or cat.
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