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« on: October 08, 2009, 02:45:14 PM »

We've moved all of this information into a special board-Help for Pets in Need.

http://itchmoforums.com/help-for-pets-in-need-b91.0/

We're not going to be deleting this thread, but it will no longer be updated.  Any updates will be posted in the appropriate section at the link above.



Tip for finding programs in your area quickly:

Use the search box on the upper right to spell out the name of your state or province.  The search function will bring up all posts in this thread which have information in them for your state.
I update this thread regularly, adding new sources as they are found, so if you don't find an organization near you, check back to see what's been added.


Missouri-Kansas City-

http://www.snkc.net/

Spay & Neuter Kansas City
PO Box 410303
Kansas City, MO 64141


Spay & Neuter Kansas City Low Cost
Veterinary Care Center Now Open!
 
Hours:
Friday 11am to 4pm

Saturday 9am to Noon (specially scheduled dates)


This is a walk in clinic, no appointment necessary. Please call ahead for days of operation as these clinics are closed holiday weekends and during other special SNKC events. These clinics are primarily focused on preventative care:  Services include; Veterinary Exams, Heartworm Testing, Vaccinations, Parasite Control, Heartworm and Flea Prevention.



Illinois-Chicago area-

http://www.animalwelfareleague.com/

Animal Welfare League
6224 S Wabash
Chicago, IL 60637
Phone: 773.667.0088
Fax: 773.667.0930


http://www.animalwelfareleague.com/clinic.asp

Clinic

Clinic Hours:
Monday through Friday 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Saturday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm

The clinic is closed on Sundays.

Clinic Open to the Public 6 Days a Week

The AWL clinic is open to the public for services such as vaccines, heartworm tests, fecal tests and more. No appointment is necessary... first come, first served. We are a low cost clinic, not free! Payment by cash, check or credit card is due at time of service.

http://www.animalwelfareleague.com/programs/index.asp

Clinic Services for Limited Income Pet Owners
Our three full time staff veterinarians attend to the medical needs of all the animals that come through our doors. We also offer clinic services for animals whose owners are on a limited income such as welfare, disability, social security, unemployment or senior citizens.

Suggest contacting them for more information about the Limited Income clinic services.

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Services
Our clinic offers spay and neuter for any healthy cat or dog. Pets not adopted from the AWL must be at least 5 months old and current on rabies and distemper vaccines. By appointment only.




Illinois-Chicago area-

http://www.anticruelty.org/

The Anti-Cruelty Society
157 W. Grand Ave.
Chicago, IL 60654
(312) 644-8338


http://www.anticruelty.org/site/epage/36617_576.htm

Clinic

The Anti-Cruelty Society operates a full service clinic that offers many resources to the public.

Low Income Clinic

The Anti-Cruelty Society also operates a low income clinic for people who may not otherwise be able to afford proper veterinary care. Please call (312) 644-8338 to speak with a clinic receptionist for details on services and qualification criteria.


Pit Pals & Feral Cat Programs

If you own a pit bull or a pit bull mix, you may qualify for participation in our Pit Pals Program, which means you can have your pet spayed or neutered for free. Feral cats, too, can be spayed or neutered for free. For more information, please call (312) 644-8338.



Illinois-Chicago area-

http://www.treehouseanimals.org/Tree%20House%20Site-Low-Cost%20SpayNeuter.htm

Tree House Humane Society
1212 West Carmen Avenue
Chicago, IL 60640-2999
Tel: 773-784-5488
Fax: 773-784-2332


http://www.treehouseanimals.org/Tree%20House%20Site-Low-Cost%20SpayNeuter.htm

The Tree House BDVM Mac Lean Clinic is open for business and for the first time ever, we are enjoying the luxury of a separate facility to treat non-resident cats and for the first time, to treat dogs. Through a generous gift from long-time donors Sabrina Mac Lean and Wilton Wheeldon, and a generous grant from PetSmart Charities and the PETCO Foundation, as well as funding from many other individuals, we were able to realize this dream, which brings us that much closer to our goal of creating a no-kill city and ultimately a no-kill nation.

The Spay/Neuter Clinic offers spaying and neutering services, vaccinations, and parasite treatments for cats and dogs. Low-cost services are available to the public, and we offer subsidized rates for low-income clients and TNR practitioners.

BDVM Mac Lean Clinic
1629 N. Ashland
Chicago, IL 60622
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Illinois-Chicago area-

http://www.pawschicago.org/contact_us.htm

PAWS Chicago-Pets Are Worth Saving
1110 W. 35th Street
Chicago, IL 60609
Telephone: (773) 475-9510
Fax: (773) 890-5115


http://www.pawschicago.org/SpayNeuter/sn_main.htm

Free and Low Cost Services- FREE Spay and Neuter Surgery*:
Chicago residents on Medicaid and Feral/Outdoor Cats**  
- LOW Cost Spay and Neuter Surgery*:
- Residents on Medicaid outside of Chicago (& Illinois)
- Residents in our eight targeted zip codes: 60617, 60619, 60620, 60621, 60628, 60629, 60636, 60639.

Lurie Spay and Neuter Clinic
3516 W. 26th Street
Chicago, IL 60623


Available Services
The PAWS Chicago Lurie Spay/Neuter Clinic is not a full-service veterinary clinic; our mission is to alleviate Chicago's pet overpopulation problem through pet sterilization. We offer the following services at a reduced rate

Spay and Neuter Surgery
Vaccinations
Heartworm Preventative
Virus Testing
Flea Treatment
Microchip




Tennessee-Clarksville-

http://www.clarksvillehumanesociety.org/programsandservices.htm

Humane Society of Clarksville-Montgomery Co.
Mailing: P.O. Box 571
Admin Office: 223 N. 2nd St., Suite 2
Clarksville, TN 37041
Phone: (931) 648-8042


http://www.clarksvillehumanesociety.org/snacqualifications.htm

Spay and neuter clinic only--guidelines for qualifying are at the link.

IMPORTANT NOTICE: Funds for the low cost spay-neuter program have been exhausted. The program will be reinstated once new funding has been obtained. It is unlikely this will happen before the 1st of the year. Please call our office at (931) 648-8042 if you would like to be placed on a waiting list (if you qualify per the guidelines set forth below). Or, bookmark the page & check back periodically for updates. Thank you!



Oregon-Sherwood-

http://catadoptionteam.org/

Cat Adoption Team
14175 SW Galbreath Drive
Sherwood, OR 97140
(503) 925-8903


http://catadoptionteam.org/programs-resources/public-services/

Spay and neuter for cats only.

Public veterinary services are limited to spay/neuter surgeries by appointment only (no drop-ins).

Call (503) 925-8903 to inquire about appointment availability.




Florida-Tampa-

http://www.humanesocietytampa.org/

Humane Society of Tampa Bay  
3607 North Armenia Avenue
Tampa, FL 33607-1322
(813) 876-7138


http://www.humanesocietytampa.org/spay-neuter/wellness-center/

Affordable Wellness Clinic

The Humane Society of Tampa Bay will be holding Affordable Wellness Clinics at the Spay/Neuter Clinic every Saturday between 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.  Appointments are required.  To make an appointment call (813) 870-3304.

Full list of Wellness Clinic services at the link.  

http://www.humanesocietytampa.org/spay-neuter/fees/

Spay and neuter services also available.



Canada-Vancouver, British Columbia-

http://www.spca.bc.ca/vancouver/

BCSPCA-Vancouver
1205 East 7th Avenue
Vancouver, BC  V5T 1R1
Phone: (604) 879-7721
Fax: (604) 879-1498


http://www.spca.bc.ca/vancouver/hospital.asp

BCSPCA Vancouver Hospital
1205 East 7th Avenue
Vancouver, BC  V5T 1R1
Phone: (604) 879-3571

Hospital Hours of Operation:
8:00 a.m. - 6:30 p.m. Monday-Friday
8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. Saturdays
Closed Sundays & Stat Holidays.

Hospital phone lines are answered in person Monday through Friday.


List of services provided by the hospital are at the link.

North Cariboo, BC-

http://www.spca.bc.ca/northcariboo/clinic.asp

Prince George Clinic
1909 Queensway
Prince George, BC  V2L 1M1
Phone: (250) 562-5556
Fax: (250) 562-5557

Spay and neuter only.


Kamloops, BC-

http://www.spca.bc.ca/kamloops/clinic.asp#costs

Kamloops Spay and Neuter Clinic
391A Tranquille Road
Kamloops, BC  V2B 4G4
Phone: (250) 376-6055
Fax: (250) 376-6151

Spay and neuter only.
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California-Monterey County-

http://www.spcamc.org/spay-neuter.htm

SPCA For Monterey County
1002 Highway 68
P. O. Box 3058
Monterey, CA 93942
Monterey 831-373-2631
Salinas 831-422-4721


Low-cost clinic offering spay and neuter and vaccinations.



Michigan-Ann Arbor-Washtenaw County-

http://www.hshv.org/clinic.htm

Humane Society of Huron Valley
3100 Cherry Hill Road
Ann Arbor, Michigan 48105
Phone: 734-662-5585


Updating-

Our veterinary clinic offers a full range of veterinary medical and dental services, including low cost spay/neuter. You are welcome to bring your pet in for its annual exam, vaccinations, heartworm testing and prevention, flea and tick control, as well as for any other health care concerns that arise. Please call for an appointment. We do have some Saturday appointments available.

All services are by appointment only.

Please Call: 734-662-4365

Clinic Hours:

Monday - Friday from 8:00 am until 6:00 pm.

Saturday Hours by Appointment! Please Call.


http://www.hshv.org/TNR.htm

Feral Cat programs.



New York-New York City-

http://www.humanesocietyny.org/services.shtml

The Humane Society of New York.
306 East 59th Street
New York, NY 10022
(212) 752-4842


Our full-service veterinary hospital assists dog and cat owners with limited means, to receive quality treatment for their pets at affordable rates. Services range from basic wellness care and spay/neuter to advanced diagnostic and surgical procedures.

Clinic Hours: Open 7 days (by appointment only) 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Phone 212-752-4840 between 9 AM - 5 PM to schedule an appointment

Days Closed: New Year's Day, Easter, Labor Day, 4th of July, Memorial Day, Thanksgiving, Christmas Day
Adoptions Hours: 7 days a week from 10:30 AM - 4:00 PM

Our Address: 306 E. 59th St (between 1st and 2nd Avenues), NYC 10022





Ohio-Toledo-

http://humaneohio.org/

Humane Ohio
3131 Tremainsville Rd.
Toledo, OH  43613
419-266-5607

Spay and neuter services.


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Nebraska-Omaha-

http://www.nehumanesociety.org/site/PageServer?pagename=programs_Second_Chance_Medical_Program

Second Chance Medical Program

"Our second chance medical program provides pain patches, veterinary care and medicine to injured or sick animals.  Heartworm positive dogs and cats receive life saving treatments. Pets with crushed limbs undergo amputations.  Animals that can be saved by operations get surgery."

http://www.nehumanesociety.org/site/PageServer?pagename=about_Contact_Us

Nebraska Humane Society
8929 Fort Street
Omaha, Nebraska 68134
Call Us: (402) 444-7800
Fax us: (402) 546-1476




http://www.warl.org/programs/lovefund.php

Washington Animal Rescue League
71 Oglethorpe Street, NW
Washington, DC 20011
Shelter: 202-726-2556
Medical Center: 202-726-CARE (2273)


"The Washington Animal Rescue League's Love Fund provides funding support for emergency care for seriously injured animals who are abandoned or live with low-income residents in our community who cannot afford the costs of major surgery. Established in 1996, the Love Fund has provided direct financial support for medical care for thousands of dogs and cats within the Washington, DC area. The Love Fund helps the League first consider how best to relieve the suffering and make the animal as healthy as possible, regardless of the cost. This funding is in addition to the several hundreds of dollars the League spends on individual animals for their basic care throughout their stay at our shelter. In some cases, the League has spent as much as $8,000 per individual case to save animals with dire medical needs."

http://www.warl.org/programs/spay_neuter.php

"The Washington Animal Rescue League provides free spay and neuter services to income-qualifying individuals in the Washington, D.C. area."

Hospital Hours
Tuesday - Thursday 8:00 - 4:30
Saturday 8:00 - 1:30
Vaccination clinic every Wednesday 5:00 - 7:00
Closed Sunday, Monday, and Friday



Michigan-Livonia-

http://www.tailwaggersusa.org/content/help.php

Tail Waggers’ USA
27859 Oakley St.
Livonia, MI 48154


If you have questions about making a donation or donating Wish List item(s) please e-mail tailwaggers.1990@yahoo.com or contact 734-560-4660 anytime.

http://www.tailwaggersusa.org/content/about_us.php

Corkey’s Care
Spaying and neutering will always be a priority for us. Families that cannot afford to have their pet altered will be given assistance.

Jean’s Dream
The emergency assistance fund for those families that encounter a crisis with their pet and, because time is of the essence, turn to Tail Wagger’s for help.




http://www.arf.net/animal-programs/emergency-medical-fund/

California-Contra Costa County-

ARF’s Emergency Medical Fund® (EMF) provides low-income residents of Contra Costa County, California with low cost veterinary care for their pets at ARF’s clinic. ARF believes caregivers should never be forced to choose between self care and pet care.

Individuals who qualify for ARF’s EMF financial assistance should contact ARF at 925.256.1273 or info@arf.net.


To qualify:

Guardian and pet must reside in Contra Costa County, California
Household income at or below the U.S. Department of Housing and Development’s (HUD) definition of very low income limits
Pet must be spayed and/or neutered
Proof the applicant is the regular caretaker of the animal
Care needed is life-saving (non-cosmetic, routine, exploratory, or elective)


http://www.arf.net/animal-programs/spay-neuter-clinic/

To help reduce the killing of thousands of animals each year due to dog and cat overpopulation in Contra Costa County, California, ARF has opened its clinic’s doors to community members for low-cost spay and neuter surgeries.

At ARF’s clinic, caring and experienced veterinarians and animal health technicians use state-of-the-art equipment to provide veterinary care, using the highest medical standards.

Hours:
Wednesdays 7:30 a.m. - 8 a.m. Drop-off, same day
4 p.m. - 5 p.m. pick-up

Clinic (for appointments only):
Monday - Friday, 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.
925.977.7900 ext. 494

Tony LaRussa's ARF (Animal Rescue Foundation)
Phone numbers and email:
925.256.1ARF
National information line: 800.567.1ARF
Fax 925.977.9079
E-mail: info@arf.net

Mailing address:
P.O. Box 30215
Walnut Creek, CA 94598


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http://www.fcdf.org/nspay.php3

Alabama-Birmingham Area-

Friends of Cats and Dogs Foundation-Spay and Neuter help

If you live in the Greater Birmingham, Alabama area, you can purchase a low-cost spay/neuter certificate from Friends of Cats and Dogs which can be used at one of several participating area veterinarians.

Purchasing certificates
Certificates can be purchased by mail, from certain participating vets, or through PayPal. The participating vets page indicates which vets sell the certificates in addition to listing vets that accept them. To purchase by mail, make check payable to FCDF for the appropriate amount and mail to:

   FCDF
   Attn: Certificates
   PO Box 130398
   Birmingham, AL 35213




To try to help as many of you as possible right now, I'm posting the link to the Humane Sociaty of the United States (HSUS) page for help with food and other needs for pets.  The list is organized according to state.  As I'm able, I will continue going through the HSUS list and copy their listings with information about the various organizations here.

http://www.humanesociety.org/animals/resources/tips/trouble_affording_pet.html

The HSUS listings indicate what help is available from which organization and the organization's website.
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« Reply #5 on: November 14, 2009, 10:58:26 AM »

http://www.southcoasthumane.com/

http://www.southcoasthumane.com/crisis.html

Oregon-Brookings-Curry County-

South Coast Animal Shelter

"Our Crisis-Emergency program assists pet owners in emergency situations who do not have the funds for immediate surgery or treatment for their pet. SCHS evaluates each case with the owner and local veterinarians.
"First, SCHS gets an estimated cost of treatment for the pet from the local veterinarians.

"Next, an evaluation is performed on the owner's ability to pay expenses. If an owner is unable to repay SCHS in full, we may ask the owner to volunteer to help with fund raisers, community events or give a hand at the SCHS Thrift Shop. Promissory notes & volunteer contracts are utilized to keep track of commitments.

"For more information about this program, please contact S.C.H.S at (541) 412-0325.

http://www.southcoasthumane.com/spay.html

"SCHS works with area veterinarians to provide low cost spaying or neutering for those who qualify for assistance. We offer this service to help curtail the over population of cats and dogs in our area. S.C.H.S. follows an early spay neuter program for all canines and felines. No animal will be adopted out without being spayed or neutered.

"For questions regarding our spay/neuter program, contact SCHS at (541) 412-0325.


http://www.southcoasthumane.com/about.html

How to reach us

Our Address is:
PO Box 7833
828 Railroad Ave
Brookings, Oregon 97415

Our Phone Number is:
(541) 412-0325




http://greaterhuntsvillehumanesociety.org/site/PageServer?pagename=CommunityPrograms

Alabama-Huntsville-

Greater Huntsville Humane Society
2812 Johnson Road
Huntsville, AL 35805
Phone: 256-881-8081


Stephen Charles Saseen  Memorial Fund
 
"To honor Stephen Charles Saseen and to remember the impact he had in our lives, a permanent, endowed memorial fund has been established at the Greater Huntsville Humane Society that allows Stephen’s friends and family to support causes he cared about.  
Stephen was an avid dog and cat lover. He rescued many animals before he died in 2003 in a car accident. He left his family with four dogs to love in his memory. The memorial fund will provide veterinarian assistance for pet owners who cannot afford these services."




http://www.petfinder.com/shelters/AL09.html

Alabama-Shelby-

Shelby Humane Society
381 McDow Road
Columbiana AL 35051
Phone: 205-669-3916
Email: info@shelbyhumane.org


"If you are interested in having your pet spayed/neutered contact us! Our employess will pick your pet up at different locations around the Shelby County area, take them to a specially-designed spay/neuter clinic, then bring them back to you the same day! The surgery can be performed for as low as $15. You can even donate to help someone else's pet be spayed or neutered. Even if your pets are spayed and neutered, your tax dollars are being used to pay to pick up, house, and feed your neighbors unwanted litters of puppies and kittens. Please contact Jessica at (205) 643-3499 for more information or to schedule your appointment today."



http://www.animalfriendsinc.org/SprayNueter.html

Alabama-Decatur-Morgan County-

Spay/ Neuter Financial Assistance Program A low cost spay/neuter program for Morgan County, Alabama residents to help reduce the number of homeless and unwanted animals.

Contact Us

Our Mailing address is:
Animal Friends Humane Society
P.O. Box 2345
Decatur, Alabama 35602
Phone (256) 351-2347




http://www.animaladoption.org/services/index.cfm

Alabama-Birmingham, Greater Birmingham area-

Alabama Animal Adoption Society
(205) 871-6351

Open Saturdays
Noon until 4:30 p.m

2808 Crescent Avenue
Birmingham, AL 35209

Spay and neuter assistance information at link.




http://www.alabamaspayneuter.com/

Alabama-Montgomery-

Alabama Animal Alliance


http://www.alabamaspayneuter.com/contact.html

Alabama Animal Alliance, Inc.
Spay/Neuter Clinic
5316 Atlanta Highway
Montgomery, AL 36109
Tel: 334-239-7387 (PETS)
Fax: 334-239-7393


Spay and neuter information-clinic hours and e-mail contact at link.



Alabama-statewide-

http://www.spayalabama.org/

http://www.spayalabama.org/about_us.htm

Spay Alabama

Spay Alabama's goal is to end the euthanasia of healthy and treatable dogs and cats in Alabama. The program was set into motion by Lynne Fridley of Maddie’s Fund, and Esther Mechler, Founder of SPAY USA. The program provides a single center, a single phone call that accesses all sorts of useful information regarding the various spay/neuter delivery systems, clinics and programs statewide. This means that even people in the poorest, most isolated parts of the state can, with a single (free) phone call, find their nearest affordable spay/neuter program and how to get help. We also identify areas of no service and help get programs started in those areas.
A single toll free number will eliminate confusion and runaround. Toll free numbers afford accessibility to everyone, even those without computers. Other developments include new high volume spay/neuter clinics in Birmingham and Montgomery and a spay/neuter car tag program is now accepting orders.

Contact Spay Alabama
Phone: 1-866-9-SPAY AL
Email: info@spayalabama.org

Spay Alabama, 106 Bedford St. Hueytown, AL 35023.




http://www.maconcountyhumanesociety.org/info/display?PageID=2701

Alabama-Tuskegee-Macon County-

Macon County Humane Society
PO Box 831107
Tuskegee, AL 36083
(334) 724-9916

maconcountyhumanesociety@yahoo.com

"Good news for all two-legged and four-legged Macon County residents! In the interest of the public health and safety of the citizens of Macon County and the well being of the County’s animals, the Macon County Humane Society (MCHS) is pleased to announce the implementation of a new low cost spay/neuter program.

"Pet-owning residents of Macon County who meet the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) definition of low income and qualified fulltime students at Tuskegee University in Macon County may apply to the MCHS for financial assistance for low cost sterilization (“fixing”) of their dogs and cats.

"Financial assistance is based on household income. To qualify, applicants must meet the income limits for Macon County as defined by HUD for 2006. This means that financial assistance will be provided to those pet owners whose household incomes fit HUD’s definition of “30% of median, very low, and low.”

"Pet owners with proof of having Class A income will pay $5 for each pet’s surgery and pre-operative work-up; Class B income will pay $15 for the first two pets and $5 for each additional pet; and Class C income will pay $25 for their first two pets and $5 for each additional pet.


"The balance of the qualified pet’s surgical fee will be paid with funding from a grant from the Alabama Animal Control Association, fund-raising activities by the Macon County Humane Society, and the goodwill and surgical expertise of Tuskegee University’s Small Animal Hospital."

More information and application at link.
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http://www.lostourhome.org/our-services/

http://www.lostourhome.org/our-services/furry-friend-financial-aid/

Arizona-Scottsdale/Phoenix area-

Lost Our Home Pet Foundation
Address: 16211 N. Scottsdale Rd
Suite A6A #276
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
Phone: (602) 230-HELP (4357)
Facsimile: (480) 302-5900


Furry Friend Financial Aid

"The Furry Friend Financial Aid Program is here to help families struggling to afford taking care of their pet(s). If financial difficulties are leaving you with no choice but to give up your pet for adoption, please speak with a Lost Our Home staff member first. We can provide: pet food, litter, veterinary care, and other costly items required to sustain your pets health. With our assistance, you may be able to keep your pet as a loving member of your family."

Application and more instructions at link.

"Once your form is received we will contact you within 72 hours to let you know if you qualify for this program. If you qualify we will arrange for a home visit. Once the home visit is done, you will be notified where you can pick up your months supply of food, litter or other items needed. We will send you to location that is closest to your house. Every month you can arrange to come by and pick up the needed supplies for your pet. We check in with you on a quarterly basis to see how your financial situation is coming along and we will keep supplying your pet with food, litter etc for as long as you need it. Our intent is to get back to you as soon as possible within 72 hours. If you are not contacted within 72 hours, please be patient. We are run 100% by volunteers and we will get back to you."



http://www.actorsandothers.com/programs.html

http://www.actorsandothers.com/contact.php

California-North Hollywood/Los Angeles Area-

Actors and Others for Animals
11523 Burbank Blvd.
North Hollywood, CA 91601
(818) 755-6045 or (818) 755-6323
Fax (818) 755-6048


http://www.actorsandothers.com/emergencyhelp.html

How to Obtain Emergency Medical Assistance

ACTORS AND OTHERS FOR ANIMALS IS A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATION SERVING THE GREATER LOS ANGELES AREA AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES.

"PLEASE CALL AND ASK FOR ASSISTANCE PERSONALLY!

Our Medical Helpline Telephone Number
(818) 897-8760

Medical Assistance Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Thursday Noon to 4:30 p.m

"Because of the nature of our assistance and the sheer volume of requests we receive daily, all those seeking veterinary medical help must call personally and speak with our medical helpline counselor at the number listed above during the hours posted.
Do not e-mail or fax as this will delay a response. There are two lines available, and so if you receive a busy signal or no one answers the line, the counselor is busy with other callers. You must be patient and keep trying until your call is answered. With the economic downturn of recent months, we are receiving more calls than we can handle in a day. We understand that this may be frustrating, but we are endeavoring to help as many people as we can.

"If your pet is in need of immediate veterinary care where any delay will put the animal at risk, it is your responsibility and duty to take the animal to the veterinarian. Do not wait to talk with our counselor and please be aware that by doing so there is no guarantee that we will be able to provide you with any financial assistance. Your pet’s health must take priority.

"If you qualify for assistance, your pet must be spayed/neutered or you must agree to have the animal sterilized at the time you seek medical attention. We will help you pay for the spay/neuter in addition to the medical assistance.

"If you qualify for assistance, you will be directed to a low-cost veterinarian in your area who has agreed to work with us to offer lower costs, and provided with a financial pledge to help pay for the procedure."

 
http://www.actorsandothers.com/spayneuterhelp.html

How to Obtain Spay and Neuter Help

ACTORS AND OTHERS FOR ANIMALS IS A SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY BASED ORGANIZATION SERVING THE GREATER LOS ANGELES AREA AND SURROUNDING COUNTIES.

PLEASE CALL AND ASK FOR ASSISTANCE PERSONALLY
 
Because of the nature of our assistance and the sheer volume of requests we receive daily, all those seeking help must call personally and speak to one of our helpline counselors.

Our telephone numbers are:
(818) 755-6045
(818) 755-6323

HOURS: Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m

"If you qualify for assistance, you will be directed to a low-cost veterinarian in your area who has agreed to work with us to offer lower costs, and provided with a financial pledge to help pay for the surgery."




Note: Medical assistance is offered for cats only:

California-Palo Alto-


http://www.peninsulacatworks.org/index.php

Peninsula Cat Works
P.O. Box 60837
Palo Alto, CA 94306-0837
(650) 329-9570

"Medical care to cats or kittens in urgent need of care."


http://www.peninsulacatworks.org/contact.php

E-mail: info@peninsulacatworks.org

The information above is all that's on their website re: medical assistance--suggest contacting them for further information about it.



California-Marin County-

http://www.marinhumanesociety.org/ProgramsServices/SHARE.html#meals

http://www.marinhumanesociety.org/aboutus/hoursandlocation.html

http://www.marinhumanesociety.org/aboutus/contact.html

The Marin Humane Society
171 Bel Marin Keys Blvd
Novato, California 94949
415-883-4621 (phone)
415-382-1349 (fax)

"Note: the SHARE Side-by-Side program provides assistance to Marin County residents who are low-income seniors, living with HIV/AIDS, or receiving hospice care."

"The Side-by-Side program is the largest part of SHARE and is currently assisting 220 clients with 150 dogs, 196 cats and 38 birds. Side-by-Side matches support, volunteer efforts and donated services with qualified pet guardians in need. Assistance is offered in the form of pet food, veterinary care, grooming, regular visits to clients by volunteers, transportation to the veterinarian or groomer, dog walking, litterbox cleaning, and emergency boarding of pets in the event of the hospitalization of clients."


http://www.marinhumanesociety.org/programsservices/vetclinic/vaccinationclinic.html

http://www.marinhumanesociety.org/programsservices/vetclinic/spayneuterclinic.html

Low-cost vaccination, microchipping, spay and neuter and a feral cat program for those who don't qualify for Side by Side.



http://vftafoundation.org/contact.htm

http://vftafoundation.org/helpingfriends.htm

California-Santa Monica-Los Angeles area-

Voice For The Animals Foundation
2633 Lincoln Blvd, #202
Santa Monica, CA  90405-4656

FAX: 310-822-9180

Hotline Phone Number

(310) 392-5153

Ext. 1 - For emergencies or if you need any information to help an animal in need

E-mail info@vftafoundation.org

The Helping Friends program gives seniors, people with disabilities, terminal illnesses, and individuals on fixed incomes the extra support they need to care for their animals, who often are their only companions.

If you need assistance from the Helping Friends program, call our Hotline at 310-392-5153.

The program provides medical care, food and foster care for pets if needed.




California-Bakersfield-

http://thecatpeople.org/

The Cat People
P.O. Box 13610
Bakersfield, CA 93389
661-327-4706


http://thecatpeople.org/about/

The Feral Cat Feeding, Rescuing and Altering programs

Volunteers provide daily food for several cat colonies living in a large county park encompassing several hundred acres. Feral cats are trapped, tested, vaccinated, altered and returned to their colonies. Abandoned cats are given a thorough medical exam, tested, altered and put up for adoption as often as foster care can be found. To date, several hundred animals have been saved and are now in forever indoor homes. Over 75 cans of cat food and 10 bags of dry food are used weekly in this program. Money raised comes through fundraising, grants and donations.

Spay Today Voucher programs

These programs help low-income and senior citizens with the price of altering. As money permits, caretakers are given help with the cost of altering colony cats. Yearly, the organization spends thousands of dollars in efforts to curtail the cat overpopulation. Monies for these programs are raised though donations, fundraising and grant writing.
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http://www.seaaca.org/lowcostvetservices.htm

California-Downey-

SEAACA
9777 Seaaca Street
Downey, CA 90241
Telephone: (562) 803-3301
After hours & holidays: (562) 940-6898
Fax: (562) 803-3676

Email contact information at link.  SEAACA's Animal Wellness Clinic provides low-cost vaccinations, de-worming, flea treatment and microchip IDs, as well as spay and neuter services.

SEAACA provides Animal Services to the cities of:

Bell Gardens, Bellflower, Buena Park, Downey, Lakewood, Montebello, Norwalk, Paramount, Pico Rivera, Santa Fe Springs, South El Monte, South Gate and Vernon.

SEAACA’s Shelter and Animal Wellness Clinic are open to all.




California-Eureka-Humboldt County-

http://sequoiahumane.org/spayneuter/s_n.htm

Sequoia Humane Society
6073 Loma Avenue, Eureka CA 95503
(707) 442-1782


Low-cost spay and neuter program information at link as well as e-mail contact information.



California-Fresno-

http://www.ccspca.com/

Central California SPCA
103 S. Hughes
Fresno CA 93706-1299
Shelter 559-233-SPCA
Hospital 559-237-1125


http://www.ccspca.com/hospital.html

George Whittell Animal Hospital
103 S. Hughes, Fresno
HOSPITAL: (559) 237-1125

Full veterinary service open to the public by appointment Monday thru Friday  8-12 & 1-5.  Low-cost spay & neuter surgery. Vaccinations. Medical analysis to assist in Cruelty Investigation.

http://www.ccspca.com/vacc.html

Vaccinations
Saturday Walk-in Vaccination Clinic 9am - 12pm


http://www.ccspca.com/microchip_clinic.htm

Weekly microchip clinic Wednesday 5- 7 PM.

http://www.ccspca.com/spay_neuter_info.htm

Free or Low Cost Spay/Neuter

Directions for applying for free or low-cost spaying/neutering:

1. Download our free spay/neuter application

http://www.ccspca.com/PDF_Files/GENNUSO%20Fund%20App.pdf

Application link.

2. Attach required information:

• Current PG&E bill
• Proof of income (i.e. AFDC statements, Unemployment statements, Check stubs).
• Current ID (i.e. Driver’s license, California ID card, Passport, Green card).
All information should be filled out as complete as possible making sure to list the species, size,      and gender of all pets requiring spay or neuter. Please list all non-spayed and neutered animals in your household.

For immediate processing you may bring your application in person to the CCSPCA Education Department on Mondays between the hours of 10:00 am to 3:00 pm.

Applications may be dropped off at anytime at our front desk. Applications can also be mailed to:

CCSPCA
Spay and Neuter Program,
103 S. Hughes,
Fresno, CA 93706




California-Grass Valley-Nevada County-

http://www.animalsave.org/id257.htm

Animal Save
520 East Main St, Ste A
Grass Valley, CA  95945
Spay & Neuter Clinic:  (530) 477-1706
Animal-Related Calls & General Questions: (530) 271-7071, ext 206


Spay and neuter mobile clinic information at link.



California-Long Beach-

http://www.friendsoflongbeachanimals.org/contactus.html

http://www.friendsoflongbeachanimals.org/snip.html

Friends of Long Beach Animals
Office Address
Friends of Long Beach Animals
3815 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 4
Long Beach, CA 90807

Mailing Address
Friends of Long Beach Animals
P.O. Box 92736
Long Beach, CA 90809-2736

Telephone
562 988-SNIP


Spay and neuter information at SNIP link.



California-Los Angeles-

http://www.laanimalservices.com/serv_bigfix.htm

LA Animal Services
Department of Animal Services
221 N. Figueroa Street, 5th Floor
L.A, CA 90012
(888) 452-7381


Spay and neuter assistance programs information at link.



Note: Medical services are for dogs only.

California-Malibu-Los Angeles area-


http://www.samsimonfoundation.com/

Sam Simon Foundation
30765 Pacific Coast Hwy #113
Malibu, CA 90265


Mobile Veterinary Clinic provides free non-orthopedic surgeries and spay/neuter services.

http://www.samsimonfoundation.com/surgeryClinic.asp

The Sam Simon Foundation’s mobile veterinary clinic now provides Free Surgical Services.

If you have a cat or dog in need of a non-orthopedic surgical procedure, please contact us at the phone number above to speak with a technician about setting up an appointment. To qualify, the family bringing in its pet must have a total household income of less than $40,000 per year, and the pet either be already sterilized, or be sterilized at the time of the surgery.
 
Some of the types of surgeries provided (but not limited to): cherry eye, entropians, ear hematomas, ingrown dewclaws, amputations, growth removals.

Mobile Veterinary Clinic
Appointments: 1-323-549-5300
Fax: 1-323-549-5300

clinic@samsimonfoundation.org

http://www.samsimonfoundation.com/clinic.asp

The Sam Simon Foundation’s mobile veterinary clinic travels throughout Los Angeles providing
FREE spays and neuters to cats and dogs belonging to low-income families.

To schedule an appointment, call 1-323-549-5300

Information on how to qualify at link along with the mobile clinic's schedules.




California-Los Angeles area-

http://www.pawsla.org/content.asp?CustComKey=236849&CategoryKey=236863&pn=Page&DomName=pawsla.org

PAWS/LA
1546 N. Argyle Avenue
Hollywood, CA. 90028
323-464-7297
Fax-323-464-0511

Email info@pawsla.org

The PAWS/LA Client Services are designed to ease the financial, physical and emotional challenges of caring for a companion animal, both in and outside of the home.  To that end, PAWS/LA provides a comprehensive package of essential animal support services — all at no charge.  

All services are provided on a case-by-case basis as funds are available.

BASIC SERVICES

      Subsidized veterinary care

      Spay/neuter services

      Pet food & supply distribution

      Grooming assistance

      Temporary foster care

      Dog walking

      Litter box maintenance

      Animal transport


There are 2 types of programs-one for people with disabling illnesses (PAD) and another for seniors (PACE).  More information about each is at the link.
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California-Napa-

http://www.napahumane.org/contact.html

http://www.napahumane.org/clinic_about.html

Napa Humane
Post Office Box 695
Napa, CA 94559
Phone: 707.255.8118
Fax: 707.255.8166

info@napahumane.org

Spay/Neuter Clinic
3265 California Boulevard
Napa, California 94558
707.252.7442

clinicinfo@napahumane.org

Just need vaccinations or a microchip?  Come to our drop-in vaccination/microchipping clinic any Friday from 9:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m.

Low-cost spay and neuter clinic that also offers vaccinations and microchipping.



California-Oceanside-San Diego area-

http://www.nchumane.org/news/ProjectKeppt.php

North County Humane Society
2905 San Luis Rey Rd.
Oceanside, CA 92058
Phone: 760-757-HELP (4357)
Fax: 760-757-3547

Project KEPPT (Keeping Every Person and Pet Together)

Project KEPPT offers help with:

Vaccinations
Spay/neuter
Pet food
Pet friendly housing
behavior problems

Project KEPPT is designed to provide resources, education, and services to assist pet owners in need who reside in the cities of Oceanside and Vista. This will help stretch resources and keep families and their pets together during times of crisis; thereby preventing the pets from being turned into an animal shelter.


http://www.nchumane.org/pdf/Project_Keppt/Low%20Cost%20Spay%20Neuter.pdf

Low cost spay and neuter information.

http://www.nchumane.org/pdf/Project_Keppt/Low%20Cost%20Vaccinations.pdf

Low cost vaccination and deworming information.



California-Ventura County-

http://www.dogcatfix.com/

Mercy Crusade's
Spay & Neuter Clinic
2252 Craig Dr.
Oxnard, Ca 93036
Phone: (805) 278-4433
Fax: (805) 278-4436


We provide the following services:

Spaying & Neutering
Vaccine Clinic
De-Worming
InfoPet Microchip ID System
Advantage®, Advantix®, and Frontline® Flea Control Products




California-Palo Alto-

http://www.paloaltohumane.org/intervention/programs.php

Palo Alto Humane Society
P.O. Box 60715
Palo Alto, California 94306
p. (650) 424-1901
f.  (650) 462-0306

pahs@paloaltohumane.org

Medical assistance programs:

ARF
Animal Rescue Fund is for rescuers who face major veterinary rehabilitation costs for homeless animals. Cases are assessed on an individual basis. Contact PAHS to discuss.


HelpLine
Experienced volunteers and staff can give you advice on how to proceed in situations involving pets, rescued animals or emergencies.
Contact PAHS with your questions. For emergencies between 5:00 P.M. and 9:00 A.M. contact the animal control agency or police in your area. For Palo Alto, Los Altos, Los Altos Hills and Mountain View contact (650) 329-2413. For nighttime emergency veterinary care, call South Peninsula Veterinary Emergency Clinic at (650) 494-1461.

PET Help
Pet Emergency Treatment (PET) Help is financial assistance for people on limited fixed incomes who experience major veterinary expenses for their pets. Cases are assessed individually, and financial assistance is offered on a loan basis. Expect to demonstrate financial need. Before seeking PET Help, PAHS requests that you first seek Care Credit assistance. Care Credit is a nationwide financial assistance program offered to help the public with health expenses, including veterinary care for pets in need. Click here to apply and proceed. If you are denied Care Credit and need further assistance with veterinary expenses for your pet, please contact PAHS to discuss application procedures.


Spay and Neuter Fund
Spay and Neuter Fund provides funding of spay and neuter surgeries at Palo Alto Animal Services via free “vouchers”. These vouchers are for pets of owners in financial need.
Because spaying and neutering is vital to humane work - controlling pet overpopulations and the resultant euthanasias which often follow at shelters - PAHS is happy to help you get your dog, cat, rabbit or other pet spayed or neutered. One spay or neuter surgery provides a lifetime of peace and prevents many lifetimes of suffering. Vouchers are provided to Palo Alto Animal Services. They assess financial need, disseminate the vouchers, and will schedule your pet’s appointment. Palo Alto Animal Services is located at 3281 E. Bayshore Rd. in Palo Alto. For further information, please contact either PAHS at (650) 424-1901 or Palo Alto Animal Services directly at (650) 496-5971.

http://www.paloaltohumane.org/intervention/cats.php

Spay and neuter program for feral cats.



California-Pasadena-Los Angeles area-

http://www.pasadenahumane.org/site/PageServer?pagename=services_snip

Pasadena Humane Society and SPCA
361 S. Raymond Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91105  
Phone 626-792-7151  
Fax 626-792-3810

To stop the tragedy of pet overpopulation, PHS offers low cost spay/neuter surgery to the residents of Arcadia, Glendale, La Cañada Flintridge, Pasadena, San Marino, Sierra Madre and South Pasadena, our service cities. This program is by appointment only on Wednesdays and Saturdays!

Residents of our service area may have their pet microchipped for a cost of $20. This is by appointment only and done on Sunday afternoons.

We offer free spay/neuter surgery and microchips to Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes for animals in our service cities and Altadena, by appointment only.


http://www.pasadenahumane.org/site/PageServer?pagename=services_snip_faq

Spay and neuter FAQ's



California-Riverside County-

http://rcdas.org/home/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=6&Itemid=15

Riverside County Department of Animal Services
Riverside: 951-358-7387
Coachella Valley: 760-343-3644
Countywide: 888-636-7387

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
Low cost spay and neuter surgeries for dogs and cats are offered to County of Riverside residents. Call for an appointment at our Spay/Neuter Clinic at (951) 358-PETS in Riverside (5950 Wilderness Avenue), or contact Animal Samaritans in Coachella Valley for prices and appointment. Spay and Neuter appointments are made via phone Tuesday through Friday from 2:30 pm to 6:00 pm.


Umbilical hernia and dewclaw surgeries are also offered.



California-Sacramento-

http://www.sspca.org/SpayNeuter.html

http://sspca.convio.net/site/Survey?SURVEY_ID=1141&ACTION_REQUIRED=URI_ACTION_USER_REQUESTS

Sacramento SPCA
6201 Florin-Perkins Road
Sacramento, California 95828
Main: (916) 383-7387
Fax: (916) 383-7062


The Sacramento SPCA operates a low-cost spay and neuter clinic BY APPOINTMENT ONLY Monday through Saturday, with drop off from 7:15 am to 8:00 am and pick up from 4:00 to 5:00 pm. The clinic is open to everyone. If you would like to schedule an appointment or wish to have someone return your call, please call (916) 383-7387, ext. 9122.

The Sacramento SPCA offers free spay or neuter for pit bulls or pit bull mixes BY APPOINTMENT ONLY. Surgery is done at the SSPCA. Call 383-7387, ext. 9017 to make an appointment.  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.

http://www.sspca.org/FeralCat.html

We hold Feral Cat Clinics on the first and third Sundays of each month. These clinics are for cats that have been trapped the day before the clinic. Price is $15 per cat and includes spay/neuter, FVRCP and rabies vaccinations, flea treatment and a mandatory ear tip. To reserve a spot at one of these clinics, you may e-mail us at feralcats@sspca.org or call (916) 383-7387, ext. 9287.

Trapped feral cats may also be brought to our Spay/Neuter Clinic Monday through Saturday without an appointment. We will only accept one trapped cat per person as there is limited space during the week. Surgery spaces will be allotted on a first-come, first-served basis. Price is $45 for a female and $30 for a male and includes spay/neuter, FVRCP and rabies vaccinations, and a mandatory ear tip. Drop off time is 7:15AM to 8:00AM and pick up is between 4PM and 5PM the same day.


http://www.sspca.org/Vaccination.html

Monthly Low-Cost Vaccination, Microchip and Licensing Clinic
 
Low cost vaccines are available from 11am to 5pm Tuesday through Saturday in the lobby of the SSPCA Receiving Building, 6201 Florin Perkins Road, Sacramento.

We also offer low-cost vaccination clinics on the fourth Monday of each month. Clinic dates for 2009 are: February 23, March 23, April 27, (No clinic in May), June 22, July 27, August 24, September 28, October 26, November 23, and December 28. Clinic hours are 11am to 2pm in the lobby of the SSPCA Receiving Building.
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California-San Bernadino Valley-

http://www.hssbv.org/clinic/spay_neuter

http://www.hssbv.org/clinic/vaccinations

The Humane Society of San Bernardino Valley
374 West Orange Show Road,
San Bernardino, CA 92408
Phone: (909) 386-1400
Fax: (909) 386-1443

For over thirty years we have helped decrease the number of dogs and cats being born by providing low cost spay/neuter services to pets of San Bernardino and surrounding communities. Our full-time veterinarian and support staff perform over 10,000 surgeries annually. To make an appointment please call (909) 386-1400.


Umbilical hernia, dentals and vaccinations also done at clinic.



California-San Diego area-

http://www.pawssdc.org/services-clients

http://www.pawssdc.org/becoming-a-client

P.A.W.S. San Diego County, Inc.
4455 Euclid Avenue
San Diego CA 92115
619-297-PAWS (7297)
Fax: 619-393-0322
Toll free: 1-866-348-7297


Here's what a client receives:

Pet food & Supplies
P.A.W.S. clients and their companion animals receive free pet food, cat litter and other supplies.  Each month friendly volunteer drivers deliver food right to the doorstep.  Clients may also opt to pick up food at the Euclid office on designated days.

Veterinary assistance
Clients receive $200 in vet vouchers for veterinary services per pet each year. All appointments and estimates are approved by P.A.W.S. prior to being sent to the vet.  Services are limited as we do not provide for spay/neuter, vaccines, on-going medications, teeth cleaning or nail trimming.


Animal transportation
Clients may request assistance with transportation of their companion animals to and from veterinarian and grooming appointments.

http://www.pawssdc.org/becoming-a-client

Recipients of PAWS assistance must be:

A resident of San Diego County
Low income (less than $1,200 a month income) and
Either elderly, chronically ill or disabled
Your companion animal must be:

Spayed or neutered
Licensed (dogs only)
Current with all their vaccinations and shots.
I qualify.  What next?

There is currently a 4 month waiting list to become a client.

Please CALL the P.A.W.S. office Monday-Friday between 10am-2pm to reserve your place on the list.

619-297-7297 or 1-866-348-7297



California-San Diego County-

http://www.orgsites.com/ca/pet-assistance/

PET ASSISTANCE FOUNDATION OF SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA
P.O. BOX 264  
San Diego, CA 91944-0264
phone: (619) 544-1222

The Pet Assistance Foundation of San Diego refers pet owners to veterinarians offering low-cost spay and neuter services for cats, dogs, and rabbits. Please call (619) 544-1222 Monday, Wednesday, or Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. for a referral to a veterinarian in your area of San Diego County.




California-San Francisco-

http://www.pawssf.org/contact.html

http://www.pawssf.org/benefits.html

http://www.pawssf.org/client_overview.html

Pets Are Wonderful Support
645 Harrison St, Suite 100
San Francisco, CA 94107
Telephone: 415.979.9550
Fax: 415.979.9269


Services Available to PAWS Clients

• Preventative veterinary care
• Emergency veterinary care (up to $200)

• Dog walking (for clients not ambulatory or very ill)
• Cat litter box changing
• Transportation to/from vet or grooming appointments
• Grooming
• Emergency foster care
• Food delivery for homebound or ill clients
• Pet Food Bank

http://www.pawssf.org/client_overview.html

Please call our main phone line (415.979.9550) anytime to verify whether or not you are eligible to begin the client intake process. Social Workers, Case Managers, or other representatives may call on behalf of a prospective client. We accept clients throughout the month depending on availability of space. We maintain a waiting list and are able to inform prospective clients of the month that his/her intake process can resume.

San Francisco residents
Gross income no greater than $1850 per month
Diagnosis of disabling HIV, AIDS, other disabling illness, or
Age 60 or older




California-San Francisco-

http://www.sfspca.org/about-us/contact-us

San Francisco SPCA
MAILING ADDRESS:

SF/SPCA
2500 16th Street
San Francisco CA 94103

CAMPUS ADDRESSES:

Administration
2500 16th Street
San Francisco CA 94103
415-554-3000

Leanne B. Roberts Animal Care Center
201 Alabama Street (free client parking; free WiFi access in the hospital lobby)
San Francisco CA 94103
415-554-3000


http://www.sfspca.org/veterinary-services

Open seven days a week (8 a.m. – 6 p.m.), our Veterinary Hospital provides a full range of services, such as:

Routine check-ups
Vaccinations and prescriptions
Spay/neuter procedures
Common surgeries
Dental care
Travel certificates
Outpatient services
Emergency care
Boarding services
Cat Claw Clipping
Make an Appointment
To make an appointment, call 415.554.3030. We also can refer you to a variety of Bay Area specialists for any procedures we do not perform.

Leanne B. Roberts Animal Care Center
201 Alabama Street (view map)
San Francisco, CA 94103
415.554.3030
Open Seven Days a Week
8 a.m. - 6 p.m (except holidays)


http://www.sfspca.org/veterinary-services/financing-options

With the support of our donors and full-paying clients, we offer a number of comprehensive assistance programs for the San Francisco community. These programs allow us to provide spay/neuter surgeries for shelter animals, feral cats and pets of low-income San Francisco residents. We also provide care to all acutely ill or seriously injured animals by:

Fully funding their treatment while in our shelter.
Offering financial assistance and payment arrangement options for pet owners with limited means.

Pet-a-Care Senior Discount Program
The Pet-A-Care Program is the most comprehensive charitable program in the nation for spayed/neutered pets of low-income, San Francisco seniors over the age of 65, providing 50% off all veterinary services for the lifetime of qualifying animals.

Owners can apply on behalf of pets that are already spayed/neutered and are over one year of age. Two pets may qualify for the program for the lifetime of the guardian.

Emergency Veterinary Care Fund
We provide urgent care to acutely ill or seriously injured animals. Financing is available for qualifying San Francisco residents with spayed/neutered pets, or those who agree to spay/neuter their cat or dog during or after treatment.


Spay/Neuter Incentives & Free and Sliding Scale Spay/Neuter
We provide free spay/neuter surgeries for:

Pets of homeless San Franciscans. We also offer these services through our work with Vet SOS (Veterinary Street Outreach Services.) Visit their website to learn more:  www.vetsos.org
Pets of qualifying low-income individuals.
Feral cats, through our Feral Fix Program.
We also offer a variety of spay/neuter surgery discounts for owned cats and dogs in our community:

25% - 100% off for low-income San Francisco residents, determined by the number of people in the household and average monthly income for all household members.

10% off for San Francisco residents, regardless of income
10% off for existing SF/SPCA Veterinary Hospital clients, regardless of income and residency
20% off for San Francisco full-time students, regardless of income
20% off for San Francisco senior citizens over the age of 65, regardless of income



California-San Francisco-

http://www.vetsos.org/

http://www.vetsos.org/index.php/contact

VETSOS
San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium
1550 Bryant Street Suite 450 
San Francisco  CA  94103
 
vetsos@sfccc.org   
415-355-2248 

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


http://www.vetsos.org/index.php/aboutus

The eight objectives of VET SOS are to:

Provide on-site veterinary wellness exams
Administer vaccinations
Administer canine and feline flea/tick/mosquito preventative
Provide on-site testing for heartworm disease, Felv, FIV, Parvo virus
Administer anti-parasitic medications
Distribute donated supplies such as pet food, leashes, collars, muzzles, ID tags, animal sweaters, beds, and carriers
Provide education about responsible pet ownership
Provide referrals and transportation for urgent care and for spay-neutering surgeries
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California-Santa Cruz-

http://www.santacruzspca.org/contact.html

Mailing Address

Santa Cruz SPCA
PO Box 3800
Santa Cruz, CA 95063

Physical Address
 
Santa Cruz SPCA
2685 Chanticleer Avenue
Santa Cruz, CA 95065
 
Adoption Center:(831) 465-5000
Fax: (831) 479-8530


http://www.santacruzspca.org/spayneuter.html

Low-cost/no cost spay and neuter information for Santa Cruz county residents.  Also feral cat spay/neuter program.



California-Santa Cruz-

http://foscca.org/Spay.html

Friends of Santa Cruz County Animals
P.O. Box 703
Santa Cruz, CA 95061
831.434.7303


FREE Spay/Neuter Certificates
  
The John S. Strauss Spay/Neuter program provides FREE SPAYING AND NEUTERING of pets owned by qualifying low-income Santa Cruz County residents. It was made possible through the generous legacy of John Strauss in 2006.

The program is sponsored by The Friends of Santa Cruz County Animals and administered by Santa Cruz County Animal Services at two locations:
• Santa Cruz — 2200 7th Ave.
• Watsonville* — 580 Airport Blvd. (*NOTE: Residents of Santa Cruz County who live WITHIN THE WATSONVILLE CITY LIMITS are not eligible for this program because they are covered by the program administered by FOWAS.

 To obtain your FREE CERTIFICATE, please bring the following materials to either Santa Cruz or Watsonville:
1. PROOF OF SANTA CRUZ COUNTY RESIDENCE (Driver’s license or government-issued photo ID)
2. PROOF OF INCOME at the following levels*
1 person home — Maximum of $25,000 yearly
2 person home — Maximum of $30,000 yearly
3 person home — Maximum of $35,000 yearly
4 person home — Maximum of $40,000 yearly
*Income levels are adjusted quarterly to reflect availability of funds.

Examples of acceptable proof of income documents include the following: pay stub, proof of public assistance, unemployment check or W2 form.

For additional information, call 831.454.7303 ext. 0




California-Watsonville-city-

http://www.fowas.org/contact%20us.htm

http://www.fowas.org/spay%20neuter%20program.htm

Friends of Watsonville Animal Shelter-FOWAS
P.O. Box 1438
Freedom, CA  95019
831-475-2432

admin@fowas.org

Low-Cost Certificate

For Spaying or Neutering Your Dog, Cat or Rabbit

This certificate program is for low-income Watsonville and Freedom residents. Please bring a driver’s license or government ID and tax return to the Watsonville Animal Shelter. Certificates are $40.00 per animal. Proof of income must be in the form of a tax return. Sponsored by: Watsonville Animal Shelter and “Friends of Watsonville Animal Shelter" 580 Airport Blvd., Watsonville, 95706. For information call the Watsonville Animal Shelter:  831-454-7303.

For the purposes of this program, you are considered to be low income if your annual income is:

up to $25,000 (for 1 person household)

up to $30,000 (for 2 person household)

up to $35,000 (for 3 person household)

up to $40,000 (for 4 person household)




California-Southern California-

http://www.catsinneed.com/

Cats In Need
hotline-(909)622-0121

Cats in Need is a non-profit/no-kill animal rescue group with chapters located in Southern California. We hold adoption shows every weekend at area PetSmart and Petco stores plus other locations.

For low-cost spay or neuter, call Cats In Need at their hotline.




California-Ventura-

http://www.spanonline.org/

Spay and Neuter Online
110 A&B North Olive Street, Ventura, CA
Office/Thrift Shop Hours (year round): 10:00-4:30
Store/Office phone-805-641-1170
24 hour answering machine-805-646-1919


Please note that we only serve Ventura County and the Antelope Valley.

http://www.spanonline.org/pages/assistance.html

Low cost spay and neuter information.

http://www.spanonline.org/pages/harley.html

The Harley Fund

SPAN believes that every animal deserves to be looked at medically if they are sick or hurt.

Money from the Harley Fund is used to pay for veterinary office visits.

The Harley Fund is named after Harley, a dog whose owners both died from acute alcoholism.

Harley had been in a fight and the damage to his cheek had never been repaired. He also had a tear duct leak that needed repair. We paid for the medical work to be done as well as had him neutered.




North Carolina-Hendersonville-

http://blueridgehumane.org/contact.html

http://blueridgehumane.org/spay.html

Blue Ridge Humane Society
88 Centipede Lane
Hendersonville, N.C. 28792
Phone: 828.685.7107

The Spay Neuter Assistance Fund is a program that enables people in Henderson County who need financial help to get their pets spayed or neutered. The program is being administered at the AARC in Edneyville. Individuals in need should call (828) 685-7107.




Colorado-Colorado Springs-

http://www.pikespeakpetpantry.org/pb/wp_fc98e037.html?0.0038595197329471253

Pikes Peak Pet Pantry
EMAIL: info@pikespeakpetpantry.org
PHONE:  (719) 217-9528
MAILING ADDRESS:
Pikes Peak Pet Pantry
PO Box 38554
Colorado Springs, CO
USA 80937


http://www.pikespeakpetpantry.org/pb/wp_8a4c0848.html?0.6658012809057423

Our Mission: Provide HOPE* to keep families together and prevent homeless animals
(help to owners with pet expenses)

Pets provide comfort during tough times, so it is important now more than ever to help people keep their pets so they don't have to storm the tragedy of losing their home and/or job alone. We know quite a few pet owners would rather go hungry or share their food with their pet, rather than have the pet go hungry. Our mission is to help provide food for the pets, to keep food on the table for people. We offer continuous food assistance to pets in the Colorado Springs/El Paso County area and emergency pet food services to the state of Colorado.

We are advocates for spaying and neutering pets and the humane treatment of all beings, including humans. We work with several local food pantries, churches, human services agencies, animal rescues, and the animal shelter in an attempt to reach those most in need. Our services include:

A pet food bank for families & organizations in need
A pet supply service from collars, leashes, beds, and other pet care products
Offering referrals to low cost spay/neuter and vaccination clinics
Offering referrals for those seeking pet friendly housing
Prescription pet food assistance



Colorado-Cortez-Montezuma and Delores Counties-

http://www.forpetssakehs.org/

For Pet's Sake Humane Society
P.O. Box 1705 Cortez, CO 81321
(970) 565-PETS (7387)

What For Pets’ Sake does:

Provides financial assistance for spaying and neutering pets
Helps local pet owners pay for emergency veterinary care
Sponsors low cost vaccination clinics




Colorado-Denver area-

http://www.ddfl.org/contact.htm

Dumb Friends League
(303) 751-5772
Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. - 5 p.m.


http://www.ddfl.org/sn_help.htm

Spay and Neuter/vaccination help--calendars for mobile surgery vans at link.

People in underserved areas can get donor-subsidized spay/neuter surgeries for their pets when one of the following mobile clinics visits their neighborhoods. If you have any further questions regarding attending a clinic, please call (303)751-5772 Ext. 7272

http://www.ddfl.org/pdf/SubsidizedSpay.pdf

They offer a list of additional organizations in the Denver area for spaying or neutering cats.



Colorado-Denver area-

http://cvmf.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=27

Colorado Veterinary Medical Association
Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital
303.722.5800 ext. 525
Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital
191 Yuma Street
Denver, CO 80223

Beginning Monday, November 16, the new hours for Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital will be as follows:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, 8:00 AM to 5:00PM
Wednesday and Saturday, 8:00 AM to Noon
Closed Sunday

Established in 1990, Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital provides donor-subsidized veterinary services for pets owned by economically disadvantaged families and individuals.
In 2008, Harrison Memorial medical staff provided veterinary care to more than 12,000 sick and injured animals. Harrison Memorial also provides spay/neuter surgeries to the community to help control pet overpopulation, as well as providing discounted spay/neuter surgeries to homeless animals in the care of rescue groups.

Harrison Memorial Animal Hospital Services
• Spay and neuter surgeries, available to the general public.
• Veterinary services to pets of income-qualified clients.
• Spay and neuter surgeries, trauma services,  diagnostic, medical, and surgical services for Denver area shelter or rescue organizations.
• Vaccination and microchipping clinics in low-income neighborhoods.


http://cvmf.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=67

Harrison Memorial Mercy Fund

Often, individuals without any economic resources seek veterinary care for their animals at Harrison Memorial. To help alleviate turning away any suffering animal, a Mercy Fund has been established. The fund provides fully subsidized veterinary care for animals whose owners have no economic resources to pay for veterinary care.


http://cvmf.org/displaycommon.cfm?an=1&subarticlenbr=66

Harrison Memorial Angel Fund

Harrison Memorial’s Angel Fund allows compassionate individuals to care for their pets even when they cannot afford to do so. The Angel Fund is made possible by donations from caring individuals such as yourself to provide needed veterinary care for pets of those less fortunate.

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Colorado-Fort Lupton-

http://www.everycreaturecounts.org/

Every Creature Counts
1245 Factory Circle
Fort Lupton, CO 80621
303-546-2704


http://www.everycreaturecounts.org/spay.htm

Low Cost spay and neuter, vaccinations, Feline Leukemia and Canine Heartworm testing, Feral Cat Spay/Neuter/Vaccination packages.

Our low cost spay/neuter clinic is open Monday - Sunday
Call 303 637-9136 Monday-Friday 9 am to 1 pm for Appointments and Available Dates.

The Clinic is located at the Every Creature Counts Facility
1245 Factory Circle
Fort Lupton, Colorado 80621




Colorado-Lakewood-

Note: For cats only

http://www.catcaresociety.org/clinic.html

Cat Care Society
5787 W. 6th Ave.
Lakewood, CO 80214
(303) 239-9680

Clinic Phone Number: (303) 237-0914
Clinic Hours: Tuesday through Friday 8:00am - 5:00pm


Cat Care Society’s on-site veterinary clinic is dedicated to reducing pet overpopulation by committing a larger share of the funds we spend on homeless cats to programs that prevent them from becoming homeless in the first place.  We provide spays, neuters and veterinary care for cats.  We offer subsidized services for qualifying low-income clients.

http://www.catcaresociety.org/clinic-quals.html

Low-income qualification criteria for veterinary care at link.



Connecticut-Newington-

http://www.cthumane.org/site/PageServer?pagename=care_FoxHome

Fox Memorial Clinic (part of the Connecticut Humane Society)
701B Russell Road
Newington, CT 06111

Hours of Operation:

Monday - Friday: 9 to 5
Saturdays: 9 to 2:30
Sundays: Closed

Phone: 860-594-4503
Fax: 860-665-1241


Our Mission:

The Fox Memorial Clinic is a full service veterinary practice which provides veterinary care for animals whose owners are in financial need. Fox Memorial provides veterinary services on a fee-for-service basis to the public. Incorporated on April 15, 1999, Fox Memorial operated with the following purposes:

1.  To protect animals from disease and abuse by providing services that deliver preventative health care and other needed veterinary treatment.

2.  To promote responsible pet ownership and proper pet care through public education programs including vaccination clinics, public service campaigns, educational materials and professional guidance.

3.  To encourage veterinary education through volunteer programs and internship opportunities.

4.  To deliver professional and compassionate veterinary service and to help responsible pet owners who are in financial need through a variety of low-cost programs.




Delaware-Wilmington-

http://www.dehumane.org/index.asp

Delaware Humane Association
701 A Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
(302) 571-8171 Office

Spay/Neuter programs
For information on spay/neuter programs, please contact:
1-888-DHA-SPAY
1-888-342-7729
(302) 571-0111 x308


http://www.dehumane.org/pet_health/wellnessclinics.asp

Wellness Clinics at Delaware Humane Association and Concord Pet Stores-vaccinations and microchipping.

http://www.dehumane.org/spayNeuter/index.asp

Spay and neuter program information at link.



Delaware-Wilmington-

http://www.faithfulfriends.us/Contact/default.asp

Faithful Friends
12-a Germay Drive
Wilmington, DE 19804

phone: (302) 427-8514
fax: (302) 427-2855


http://www.faithfulfriends.us/Programs/Prevention/default.asp

Spay and neuter programs, Healthy Pet Clinics, Pit Bull and Feral Cat programs at link.



Delaware-

http://www.forgottencats.org/index.php

http://www.forgottencats.org/contactus.php

Forgotten Cats of Delaware
PMB 422
4001 Kennett Pike Suite 134
Greenville, DE 19807
Delaware 302-429-0124
Pennsylvania 215-219-8148


Note: this is for stray and feral cats only.

At Forgotten Cats, our mission is to reduce the unwanted cat population without killing and to stop the suffering of the thousands of kittens born to abandoned, homeless cats.

We do this by working with colony caretakers to trap, sterilize, vaccinate, and return every cat within a colony. We provide the necessary medical treatment for sick or injured feral cats, stray cats, and kittens. We are working to find homes for adoptable cats and kittens. We also provide education about spay neuter, and we are assisting other cat rescue groups with trap, neuter, and return programs.
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District of Columbia-Washington DC-

http://www.warl.org/about/directions.php

Washington Animal Rescue League
71 Oglethorpe Street, NW
Washington, DC 20011
Medical Center: 202-726-CARE (2273)


http://www.warl.org/about/medicalcenter.php

The Washington Animal Rescue League opened its Medical Center in 1996 to treat shelter animals and provide full-service, low-cost veterinary care to the pets of low-income neighbors. It sees nearly 7,000 dogs and cats each year.

What Services Are Available At The Medical Center?

The Medical Center provides routine physical exams, vaccines, spaying and neutering, other surgeries, emergency care, dental work, and treatment of diseases and injuries.

The Medical Center holds a special low-cost vaccination and microchip clinic every Wednesday evening from 5:00 until 7:00. Vaccinations for rabies, canine distemper/parvovirus (DHPP), feline "distemper" (FVRCP), canine bordatella (“kennel cough”), and feline leukemia cost $10 each.   No appointments are necessary and there is no limit as to how many animals an individual can bring to the clinic.  Microchips are also available for $25.


Who Can Use the Medical Center?

The Medical Center accepts appointments from income-qualified residents of the District of Columbia. If interested, call the clinic at 202-726-CARE for a means test. All clinic patients must be spayed or neutered, but the Medical Center can arrange to have this done free of charge for clients who qualify for financial assistance.

How do I contact the Medical Center?

Please call (202) 726-CARE for an appointment.

http://www.warl.org/programs/lovefund.php

The Love Fund

The Washington Animal Rescue League's Love Fund provides funding support for emergency care for seriously injured animals who are abandoned or live with low-income residents in our community who cannot afford the costs of major surgery.



http://www.crainsdetroit.com/article/20091115/SUB01/311159972/1068

Crain's Detroit Business November 15, 2009

"The Michigan Humane Society's belief that pets are an important part of any family spurred it to launch a program to keep pets with their owners during financial hardship.

"To that goal, the Bingham Farms-based nonprofit is subsidizing low-cost and no-cost vaccinations for pets, sterilization surgeries, discounted veterinary care, free pet food and free behavior assistance for pets of local families facing difficult times."

Michigan Humane Society
30300 Telegraph Road
Suite 220
Bingham Farms, MI  48025
Phone: 248.283.1000
Fax: 248.283.5700


http://www.michiganhumane.org/site/PageServer?pagename=vetcare

The Michigan Humane Society operates three veterinary centers in Detroit, Rochester Hills and Westland.  Our highly-skilled veterinary staff provides a full range of services for dogs, cats, and other pets already living in homes as well as for the animals at our three adoption centers.

For appointments, rates and other veterinary service inquiries, please call one of our veterinary center locations:

Detroit
MHS Detroit Center
for Animal Care
Veterinary Center:
(313) 872-0004

Rochester Hills
MHS Rochester Hills
Center for Animal Care
Veterinary Center:
(248) 852-7424

Westland
MHS Berman Center
for Animal Care
Veterinary Center:
(734) 721-4195  
     

Suggest contacting MHS for more information.



Florida-Cocoa-Brevard County-

http://www.crittersavers.com/

Central Brevard Humane Society
1020 Cox Road
Cocoa, Florida 32926
Phone: (321) 636-3343


Our new state-of the art "low cost" spay/neuter & wellness clinic is now open to the public. This facility is located directly behind the shelter at 1020 Cox Road in Cocoa.The hours of operation will be Monday - Tuesday & Thursday - Friday, from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Wednesday, from 9 a.m. - 6 p.m. for Wellness Day. Services include spaying/neutering, vaccinations,heartworm prevention, flea& tick treatment programs & microchipping.



Florida-Fort Lauderdale-Broward County-

http://humanebroward.com/

http://showyourhumaneside.com/lowcostserv.html

Humane Society of Broward County
2070 Griffin Road
Fort Lauderdale, Florida 33312
954.989.3977

We have a variety of different programs whereby we provide low cost spay/neuters to the public. We have our Mobile Spay/Neuter Services Unit that travels throughout the county providing spay/neuter for the public's pets. We also have programs in conjunction with private veterinarians in the community where they will provide the low cost surgery for the client. Additionally, we have an in-house program that provides low cost spay/neuter to those in need.


http://showyourhumaneside.com/vac.html

Vaccination Clinics--November one has just finished--no December schedule posted yet.



Florida-Gainesville-Alachua County-

http://www.alachuahumane.org/home/index.php?option=com_contact&view=contact&id=3&Itemid=3

Alachua County Humane Society
2029 NW 6th St  
Gainesville  FL  32609  
352.373.5855  


http://www.alachuahumane.org/home/index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=21&Itemid=7

Spay and neuter programs, Feral/stray cat program and Pit Bull program information at the link.



Florida-Jacksonville-

http://www.saintfrancisanimalhospital.org/index.htm

Saint Francis Animal Hospital
3615 Dupont Avenue  Site 1400
Jacksonville, FL 32217
Phone:  67-GRACE  (904-674-7223)


http://www.saintfrancisanimalhospital.org/Who.htm

WHO IS ST. FRANCIS ANIMAL HOSPITAL FOR?
St. Francis Animal Hospital is for everybody.  By that, we mean that we want to include all pet owners, regardless of their financial situation.  We want to help take care of the pets whose owners are financially disadvantaged.  Ultimately we want to be able to help provide subsidized medical care for pets whose owners otherwise could not afford it.  However, we don't want to exclude pet owners who have their own financial means.  Pet owners who have financial means can enjoy our reasonably priced care and via their patronage can help support us in fulfilling our purpose.
 
WHO QUALIFIES FOR SUBSIDIZED SERVICES?
When we are able to start providing subsidized services, there will be a partial subsidy for those with low income qualifications based on their household income and or proof of government assistance.  There will be an even greater subsidy offered for those with the most extreme demonstrable financial circumstances.  

 
http://www.saintfrancisanimalhospital.org/What.htm

WHAT IS ST. FRANCIS ANIMAL HOSPITAL?
St. Francis Animal Hospital is a 501C3 tax exempt nonprofit corporation.  It is a one-of-a kind veterinary clinic in Jacksonville and a rare breed nationally.
 
WHAT IS OUR PURPOSE?
Our ultimate purpose is to make pet health care available to all owned pets regardless of the pet owner's ability to pay.
 
WHAT KIND OF SERVICES DO WE PROVIDE?
We provide preventative health care services.  These include checkups (physical exams), basic diagnostic tests, vaccinations, and sterilization surgeries (spays and neuters), for dogs, cats, puppies, and kittens.  We will also offer heartworm prevention and flea control.  Later we hope to provide more advanced diagnostic medical and surgical treatments.


WHAT IF I AM NOT INCOME QUALIFIED?
You can still participate and use our services at St. Francis!  No qualification is required to take advantage of our low prices for vaccines and surgeries!  We just ask that you be as generous as you can, as often as you can, by making a donation (tax deductible) in addition to paying your bill (not tax deductible).  You are not, however, obligated to do so.

http://www.saintfrancisanimalhospital.org/How.htm

Low-cost spay/neuter, shots and some tests.

Anyone May Participate
No Income Qualifications
Citizens of Any County Are Welcome
No Limit on Number of Pets
Appointments always available within 2 weeks
Any Other Suggested Services Are Optional, Not Required
Young Age Spays / Neuters Welcome
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Florida-Oakland Park-

http://www.petprojectforpets.org/

The Pet Project
1164 E. Oakland Park Blvd., Ste 308
Oakland Park, FL 33334-2709
954.568.5678 (Office)
954.561.1987 (Fax)


http://www.petprojectforpets.org/clients.php

Who Are Pet Project Clients?
 
We currently have multiple service, the foodbank for which we do charge a fee and vaccinations, heart worm medication and flea medication which are free. The amount a client pays is based on an objective numerical analysis of a client’s income and expenses. A prospective client’s low income status is confirmed by having a client fill out an extensive financial profile demonstrating their level of income and expenses. At intake, a client verifies their income by showing an intake staff person their SSD/SSI check stub, or bank statement with the SSD/SSI deposit on it; a paycheck stub; an affidavit that they are unemployed and have no other source of income, etc.

Clients living at or below poverty level, according to the Federal Poverty Guidelines, automatically receive a 90% subsidy (the highest subsidy we offer).
 
The cost to the client is then determined by the food choices, he or she makes, multiplied by the food subsidy factor. Before a client comes on line, they sign and return a copy of the explanation of their subsidy and cost and pick-up schedule.

The Pet Project limits its services to low income people living with living with a severely disabling or terminal disease. The Pet Project provides equal opportunity for access to services for all low income people living with chronic and debilitating or life threatening illnesses, regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, veteran status, age, or sex.

Services available to clients:

A food bank of low cost pet food.
Home delivery of pet food for clients with limited mobility.
Discounted and/or low cost annual vaccinations, including heart worm prevention.
Referrals to discounted and/or low cost basic veterinary services.

Referals to discounted and/or low cost spay/neuter services.



Florida-Longwood/Orlando area-

http://www.animalpantry.org/services.html

Central Florida Pet Pantry
Pantry Location:
7800 S US HWY
17-92 Ste 174
Fern Park, Fl. 32730

Pantry Hours:
Thursday
10-1pm

Mailing Address:
PO Box 917573
Longwood, FL. 32791

Phone:
321-252-CFAP 2327

Spay and neuter programs
 
Information and referrals about low cost veterinary care
 
Pet supply for collars and leashes

Low cost/no cost pet grooming for medical reasons




Florida-Orlando area-

http://www.orlandopets.org/contact.htm

SPCA of Central Florida
Orlando Facility
2727 Conroy Road
Orlando, FL 32839
(Across from new Millenia Mall)
P) 407-351-SPCA (7722) F) 407-352-2070

Sanford Facility
2800 County Home Road
Sanford, FL 32772
(Next to Flea World, Highway 17-92)
P) 407-323-8685 F) 407-323-3792


http://www.orlandopets.org/clinic.htm

The public clinics of the SPCA of Central Florida provide high quality, affordable, out-patient veterinary care to the pets of our region. There are no geographic restrictions to access our public clinics. In fact, clients come from the five county region (Orange, Osceola, Seminole, Lake, and Volusia).

To make an appointment for our Orlando clinic (now open 7 days a week), call:

407-351-7722, extension 226 for spay/neuter appointments.
407-351-7722, extension 227 for general vet care appointments.
To make an appointment for our Sanford clinic (open Tuesday - Saturday), call:


407-323-8685, extension 226 for spay/neuter appointments.
407-323-8685, extension 224 for general vet care appointments.
407-323-8685, extension 228: Appointment cancellation line.
407-323-8685, extension 225: For post-surgical complications or for complications from heartworm treatments

407-323-8685, extension 227: Sanford Wellness Line


More information on the two clinics at link.



Florida-West Palm Beach-Palm Beach County-

http://www.pbcgov.com/publicsafety/animalcare/events.htm

http://www.pbcgov.com/publicsafety/animalcare/spay_shuttle.htm

Palm Beach Animal Care and Control
Main Facility
7100 Belvedere Road
West Palm Beach, 33411
Main Phone:
(561) 233-1200

Toll-free from Delray or Boca:
(561) 276-1344

West County Pahokee Facility:
3615 SR 715
Pahokee
(561) 924-5656 Stray/Injured Pick Up
(561) 924-5657 Spay/Neuter Clinic


Spay Shuttle mobile spay/neuter bus normally operates Monday through Friday each week in the parking lot at Animal Care and Control - call 561-233-1261 for appointments, directions or any schedule changes. During the month of November, the Spay Shuttle is being repainted and having the graphics replaced. Those with scheduled appointments during this time will need to report to the main lobby entrance where staff will be available. The spay/neuter surgeries will be performed at the main facility of Animal Care and Control, 7100 Belvedere Road, WPB.

West County Spay/Neuter Clinic is located at 3615 State Road 715 in Pahokee. The spay or neuter surgery for dogs and cats is free to any pet owner residing in Palm Beach County. There is a small fee of $25 for the required rabies vaccination, rabies license tag and microchip. Call for an appointment at (561) 924-5657. With proof of public assistance, the rabies vaccination, license tag and microchip fee is waived.

Rabies vaccinations and microchipping are available for dogs and cats four months and older at the main shelter location, 7100 Belvedere Road, West Palm Beach. The hours are Tuesday through Friday 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. This service is not available on Sunday or Monday. If the veterinarian is not available on Saturday, this service cannot be provided. Please call 561-233-1272 before visiting the shelter to assure a veterinarian is available. The rabies vaccination is $15, the license tag is $15 and the microchip is $5 for each spayed or neutered dog or cat. For animals that have not been sterilized, the fee is $75 for the license tag and $20 for the microchip. County ordinance requires that all dogs and cats must be wearing a current rabies license tag.




Florida-Pinellas Park-Tampa/St. Pete area-

http://www.spotusa.org/

SPOT-Stop Pet Overpopulation Together
P.O. Box 1341
Pinellas Park, FL 33780

SPOTusa@yahoo.com  
727-545-3463

Low Cost Spay/Neuter Clinic
727-329-8657
Tuesday thru Friday
7am-4pm


Low Cost Vaccines, Testing, Microchipping & Nail trimming available for Pets that are already fixed or scheduled to be fixed from 9am-12pm Tuesday thru Friday!



Florida-Port Orange/Volusia County-

http://www.harpforpets.com/Contact_Us.html

http://www.harpforpets.com/Home_Page.html

HARP-Humanitarian Animal Relief Program
317 A Magnolia St.Port Orange, FL
(386) 795-7323

harpforpets@.cfl.rr.com

Humanitarian Animal Relief Program is a 501(c)(3) non-profit humanitarian program.
Our goal is to help human companion animals through hard economical times. There is no gidelines for who we help. We rely on the goodness of the people asking for help. All you have to do is ask. We are fully run by volunteers and funded by donations from those people that can afford to give to those that are less fortunate. We are currently planning a food drive in the Volusia County area.




Florida-Port Richey-

http://www.pawsfl.com/index.htm

http://www.pawsfl.com/SpayNeuter.htm

PAWS-Pasco Animal Welfare Society
11720 US 19 (Suite 18)
Port Richey, FL
727-819-1910


Spay and neuter, wellness exams and dental services.
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Florida-Naples-

http://www.collierspayneuter.org/index.html

Collier Spay and Neuter Clinic
2544 Northbrooke Plaza Dr.
Naples, FL   34119

info@collierspayneuter.org
239-514-SNIP(7647)

Low-cost spay and neuter.



Florida-Tampa area-

http://www.actampa.org/

ACT-Animal Coalition of Tampa
1719 W Lemon Street
Tampa, Florida 33606-1030
(813) 250-3900


http://www.actampa.org/spay_neuter_clinic.html

Spay and neuter information.

http://www.actampa.org/shot_clinic.html

Wellness clinic-vaccinations and microchipping.



Florida-Tampa area-

http://www.humanesocietytampa.org/spay-neuter/

Humane Society of Tampa Bay
3607 North Armenia Avenue
Tampa, FL 33607
(813) 876-7138


Low cost spay and neuter clinic.



Florida-Tampa area-

http://www.spcafl.org/site/PageServer

SPCA-Tampa Bay
9099 130th Avenue North
Largo, FL 33773
Phone: 727-586-3591 - Main Line
Fax: 727-499-0368


http://www.spcatampabay.org/Page.aspx?pid=410

Our Friends of Family Pets Spay/Neuter Program assists people who are on limited income (earning $20,000 or less and $5,000 for each dependant), or facing financial hardship, by providing a deeply discounted pet spay or neuter service made possible through the support of local area veterinarians. In addition, the SPCA Tampa Bay’s new Fix-A-Pit program offers free spay/neuter surgeries to owned Pit Bulls and Pit Bull mixes. Our spay/neuter services have benefited over 4,300 pets in the last five years. To apply for these programs, visit the SPCA Tampa Bay on Tuesdays from 9am to 4pm. No appointment needed, but remember to bring your Form 1040.

http://www.spcatampabay.org/Page.aspx?pid=412

Fix a Pit free spay/neuter for Pit Bull/Pit Bull mixes.



Florida-Vero Beach/Indian River County-

The Humane Society of Vero Beach and Indian River Co.:Vero Beach (pet food, spay/neuter assistance, limited medical assistance)
772-388-3331


Phone number is all we have listed.



Georgia-Atlanta-

http://www.palsatlanta.org/whatisPals.htm

PALS-Pets Are Loving Support
2115 Liddell Drive NE
Atlanta, GA 30324
404-876-PALS

palsatlanta@palsatlanta.org

P.A.L.S. is an Atlanta-based Non Profit 501(C) 3 Organization that loves animals.
We provide pet-care including free food and basic veterinary care, and support to the companion pets of critically ill and disabled Atlantans.

Veterinary Care

P.A.L.S. covers the costs of annual immunizations, vaccinations, heartworm preventative and flea control. The following is a list of the maximum amounts covered by P.A.L.S. for shots and services. If services are provided by the Atlanta Humane Society Clinic, the costs will be covered through the 25% discount and P.A.L.S. coverage. If services are provided by another participating clinic, the client will be responsible for any expense not specifically covered or the designated benefit amount covered by P.A.L.S.


Application available at link.



Georgia-Cherokee County-

http://www.cchumanesociety.org/

Cherokee County Humane Society
5900 Bells Ferry Rd.
Ackworth, GA 30102
770-592-8072


http://www.cchumanesociety.org/pet-programs/catsnip/

Catsnip-spay/neuter for indoor and outdoor cats.

http://www.cchumanesociety.org/pet-programs/snap-spay-neuter/

CCHS offers an extremely low cost altering program called SNAP (short for Spay-Neuter Assistance Program). It is designed to provide low cost altering of companion animals for the county’s residents who cannot afford to pay for this important procedure. If you or someone you know would like more info, please call 770-928-5115 (Option 2) and leave your name and phone number to apply

http://www.cchumanesociety.org/pet-programs/low-cost-vaccinations/

December 6, 2009 - 3:30 - 4:30pm

Low cost vaccinations are available monthly at our thrift store. Administered by a licensed veterinarian, vaccinations are done usually on the third Sunday of each month from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m.

Heartworm testing is also available.-Vaccination Clinic calendar at link.

Animal Health Services
1.888.680.PETS (7387)
Call for info and to schedule

http://www.animalhealth.cc



Georgia-Atlanta area-

http://www.atlantapets.org/lifeline.zz?this=56

Atlanta Pets
129 Lake Street
Avondale Estates, GA 30002
(404) 292-8800
Fax (404) 292-8804

clinic@atlantapets.org

Low cost spay and neuter--information at link for Fulton County residents and more spay/neuter links and information for this area.



Georgia -Atlanta area-

http://www.atlantaanimalalliance.com/lifesaver.htm

Atlanta Animal Alliance
3990 Flowers Road, #520
Atlanta, GA 30360
(770) 455-7077


Program Name Life-Savers
Financial assistance for indigent animals with life-threatening medical emergencies.
 
Vision It is the goal of LifeSavers that no companion animal should ever have to suffer in pain or die because their caretaker does not have the funds available to get the necessary veterinary care to save its’ life.
 
Mission The mission of LifeSavers is to provide financial assistance for animals suffering from life-threatening conditions that require specific and immediate veterinary care.
 
Owners who are struggling financially are faced with a difficult decision that often results in the pet being “put to sleep” for an otherwise treatable condition.
 
Summary The LifeSaver Fund will provide financial assistance to indigent owners of animals in need of life-saving medical assistance. The LifeSaver program empowers veterinarians to treat animals in need and receive just compensation for their professional skills. Veterinarians decide who is eligible and who will receive a grant under program guidelines. Final grant approval verifies that funds are available and allocated to cover treatment cost.


Note--the lifesavers.com link is not working but the program is still very much active:

http://www.atlantaanimalalliance.com/donation.htm

Would suggest contacting AAA for information about Life Savers.  AAA also has a low cost spay/neuter program available:

http://www.atlantaanimalalliance.com/Spay-Neuter.htm

http://www.atlantaanimalalliance.com/catsnip.htm

As well as catsnip--spay and neuter for outdoor cats. AAA also sponsors Wellpet, a full service veterinary clinic:

http://www.wellpethumane.com/

Wellpet Humane
5342 Peachtree Road
Chamblee, GA 30341
(770) 455-1011

info@wellpethumane.com

http://www.wellpethumane.com/qualify.htm

Low income qualifications at link above.

Category 5 - Financial Hardships
People experiencing financial hardships that don't qualify under Category 1 and are unable to afford pet medical services will be seen on a case by case basis.
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