Introduction:Spaying and neutering does not have to be an expense you avoid for your dog or cat with these low cost or free facilities to do that surgery for your pet. Part of being a responsible pet owner is making sure the animals are well taken care of for their life. More than 4 million (4,000,000) dogs and cats are euthanized every year partly because dogs and cats are not spayed or neutered to avoid over population and homeless pets. These resources can make the surgery affordable and perhaps even free. Ask for all discounts and be able to prove hardship if you cannot afford the cost. There are programs to help you be good pet owners.
Spaying and neutering North Phoenix Clinic is located at 1610 East Bell Road Suite #108 Phoenix, Arizona 85022. Phone:602-787-4240. Dr. Anderson is the veterinarian who performs the surgery. The online feedback has been primarily focused on the receptionist office staff person so remembering the reason why you are there is a good heads up for customers to know ahead of time. Another North Phoenix Spay Neuter Clinic is located at 12416 North 28th Drive. Phone: 602-863-0116. Online info for prices for pets can be seen by clicking: http://wwwspayaz.com Packages are available for combination including rabies innoculations.
Maricopa County Animal Care and Control provides "Big Fix" program for spaying or neutering of dogs and cats residing in Maricopa County for no fee. Participating veterinarians are located in the valley so the space is limited. Call: 602-506-7387 to inquire about this "Free" surgery at a place near your home. You will be asked to pick up an application which is good for 90 days from the time it is issued. The first of every month the applications are issued and they go quickly. Plan on arriving really early so you don't miss out on your application to get a voucher since they are often gone before the end of that first day they are offered. There is a limit of 2 animals per household with weight and age requirements.Call as soon as possible to have your pet spayed or neutered.
Spay and neuter information is available through Halo Animal Rescue in Phoenix, Arizona. Mention the statewide spay neuter hot line and receive an additional discount for your dog or cat. Phone: 602-971-9222 Some financial information might be required for vouchers given to pet owners and animal lovers.
Spay and neuter Assistance Program located at: 1812 West Bell Road in Phoenix, Arizona can be reached by phone: 602-942-7283. This is a S.N.A.P.(Spay Neuter Assistance Program) however also has low cost vaccinations clinics twice a month. Call this program well enough in advance of needing surgery for your pets since it is a popular event with limited access.
Spay Neuter statewide hot line is for all the counties of Arizona. Call toll -free at: 866-952-SPAY This is a program run by the Animal Defense League of Arizona. Visit the website at: http://www.adlaz.org When you arrive on the Internet site for ADL go to the programs and campaigns at the top of the screen. You will then be able to scroll down to spay and neuter. Right now it is #2 on the list, however that might change over time.
Just another way to treat animals humanely. Good resources for spaying and neutering in Phoenix, AZ. H5
This is a very informative list. Very important that people know and understand the importance of this. Well done.
Valuable information for pet owners living in AZ. Are you going to do all of the states? (LOL) HI5
What a great and informative article this is, and such an important topic. Thank you for continuing to help us become better pet owners by having an understanding of the importance of spray/neuter clinics in AZ. High 5
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