WA Spay & Neuter
WASHINGTON Area Code 206
Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Project
Free testing, vaccinations, and spay/neuter for feral cats brought by caretakers.
Low Cost Spay and Neuter Clinics
Seattle WA and Surrounding Areas
The low-cost clinics average about $25 for a male cat, $35 for a female cat, $50 for a male dog and $55 for a female dog. The prices vary widely and depend on weight etc, so check around for the best price. Most clinics will not spay/neuter pre-pubescent dogs and cats. Many animal shelters provide low-cost spay and neuter services.
2061 15th Ave W, Seattle 98119
206-386-4260 ext 4
Low-cost spay/neuter for all.
[Note: As of February 2004, this was the only municipal shelter in the state of Washington that provides low-cost spay/neuter services to the general public!]
Spay is the Way
Dedicated to raising dollars and distributing 100% of those funds to finance free spay and neuter programs of other like-minded organizations to help end the unnecessary suffering of unwanted cats and dogs.
Spay/Neuter Clinic, Seattle
17211 15th NE, Shoreline 98155
Animal Clinic of Roxbury
9608 30th Ave S.W.
Seattle, Wash 98126
Vashon Island Pet Protectors (VIPP)
Provide funds for low-cost spay/neuter through Fair Isle Animal Clinic.
WASHINGTON Area Code 253
Peninsula Spay/Neuter Project
Tacoma/Gig Harbor – Pierce and Kitsap County WA
Promotes and provides spay/neuter funding assistance for pet and feral cats. Provide assistance with Trap-Neuter-Release (TNR) of feral cats.
Pierce County Animal Welfare Association
University Place WA
Assists low income families financially for pet care, primarily to help spay or neuter their pets. Offers emergency financial assistance for pets as available as well. Educating the public on animal care for pets and the importance of spaying and neutering pets to decrease the homeless animal population.
WASHINGTON Area Code 360
Clallam County Humane Society
SNAP Spay Neuter Assistance Program offers low cost and/or free spay and neuters to qualifying persons. Upon application and proof of income the Society pays for and schedules the spay or neuter at the veterinarian of their choice.
Clark County Animal Protection and Control – Spay/Neuter Program
The Community Spay/Neuter Assistance Program provides funding for Clark County groups, programs, or projects promoting animal welfare through the spaying and neutering of domestic pets.
Concern for Animals
Helps people in Thurston, Mason and Lewis counties keep their pets by providing financial assistance with veterinary bills for spay/neuter.
Harbor Association of Volunteers for Animals – HAVA HEART Sanctuary
Low-income spay/neuter assistance.
Jefferson County Animal Services Auxiliary (JCASA) – Feral Cat Division (FCD)
Port Hadlock WA
[October 2004 – now known as Olympic Mountain Pet Pals – Feral Cat Division (FCD) (see below)]
Justice For Animal Welfare Society (JAWS)
360-693-6809 or 360-693-8521
Spay or neuter for pets of low income persons, call Ruth 693-6809
Kitsap Humane Society
Pet overpopulation, spay/neuter education.
The N.O.A.H. Center (Northwest Organization for Animal Help)
Low-Income Spay/Neuter Program offers reduced cost spays and neuters for the pets of lower income families.
“Wild Monday” – FREE Feral Cat Spay/Neuter Program: Every Monday, N.O.A.H.’s spay/neuter clinic offers FREE spay/neuters for feral cats (not unowned or stray cats.)
Olympic Mountain Pet Pals – Feral Cat Division (FCD) previously known as Jefferson County Animal Services Auxiliary (JCASA) – Feral Cat Division (FCD)
Port Hadlock WA
The Feral Cat Division (FCD) is an all-volunteer effort to humanely control wild or feral cat colonies throughout Jefferson County by trapping, neutering, and returning (TNR) cats to their colonies.
Pasado’s Safe Haven
Operate “The Spay Station” mobile clinic serving King, Snohomish & Skagit counties. Free for low-income individuals, modest fee to all others.
People United for Animals (PUFA)
Refers pet owners to low cost pet clinics and also offers low cost coupons for neutering and spaying.
Peninsula Spay & Neuter Clinic
Port Orchard WA
Smokey Point -Arlington, Wa
They do not charge anything to spay/neuter a feral and they have a
$25 fee for either spay or neuter of a companion animal.
Second Chance Companions
Battle Ground WA
Received a grant to spay/neuter animals they adopt.
Southwest Washington Humane Society
Refer to area vets for low-cost spay/neuter.
Thurston County Animal Shelter
Reduces pet overpopulation through education and spay/neuter programs. Mandatory spay/neuter for adopted shelter pets.
West Columbia Gorge Humane Society
Click on Spay/Neuter Services
downloadable word doc $5 Spay/Neuter Assistance Program for Cats
Trap-Neuter-Return Program for Feral Cats and Neighborhood Strays
Whatcom Humane Society
Offers the Spay/Neuter Assistance Program to low-income owners of cats and dogs.
Whidbey Animals’ Improvement Foundation (WAIF)
Coupeville WA 98239
Prevent-A-Litter Program — WAIF provides coupons for reduced-cost spaying and neutering to pet owners needing financial assistance.
Feral cat spaying/neutering — Feral cats are altered and re-released in their habitat to help control the feral cat population on Whidbey Island.
Team with PAWS for Spay Day USA.
WASHINGTON Area Code 425
Homeward Pet Adoption Center (previously Hooterville Safehaus and Pets)
Surrendered pets must be spayed or neutered to be included in their referral adoption service.
Public Spay/Neuter Clinic. Low-cost spay/neuter for pets.
PAWS Spay/Neuter Clinic
Progressive Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) Animal Shelter
425-787-2500 ext. 849
Low-cost spay/neuter for pets and ferals. Regional sponsor of Spay Day USA since launched. Campaign grew from 17 to 42 participating vets since 95. Teams with WAIF.
People for Abandoned Pets
Low-cost spay and neuter certificates.
Ahtanum Veterinary Clinic
1008 W Ahtanum Rd
Union Gap, WA
Phone: (509) 469-2602
AnimalHelp of Central Washington
A low-cost spay/neuter program for pets of those who have financial need. Call or write to obtain an application.
Forget-Me-Not Animal Shelter of Ferry County
PO Box 602
Republic, WA 99166
Phone: 509-775-2308 fax 509-779-4339
Kennewick ~ Tri Cities Washington CBARAPA
Columbia Basin Animal Rescue & Protection Agency (CBARPA) out of Kennewick,
WA provides transportation service for families in our community who are in
need of a lower cost spay or neuter. We have almost weekly runs where we
transport animals to various spay/neuter clinics outside of the Tri-City
region so that the people in our community can afford to be responsible
owners. Each vet clinic has various pricing, so please contact Kim at
509-546-9577 for dates, times and pricing. The cost is generally close to
1/2 of the normal pricing in the Tri-Cities.
Kittitas County Friends of Animals
Ellensburg WA [Kittitas County]
KCFOA offers a low income spay and neuter program available for individuals of low income who would like to spay and neuter their cat or dog, but are not financially able to do so . For more information on this program please call 509.962.6628 or email KCFOA@aol.com .
We also run a low-cost feral cat/barn cat Trap-Neuter-Return program for people who are willing to feed and keep the cats.
Partners for Pets
Offer low or no cost sterilization surgeries for dogs and cats to reduce the number of animals born each year.
Pet OverPopulation Prevention (POPP)
Tri-Cities (Kennewick) WA
$15 Spay & Neuter Discount Program
7525 E. Trent
New spay/neuter clinic — primarily for low cost spay and neutering for low and no income populations.For more information call Deb Baldwin, director, at 509-280-5836 or email email@example.com. Workshops will teach people how to trap feral cats and bring them for sterilization.
Promoting Responsible Ownership of Dogs (PROD)
Hood River OR (Office)
Underwood WA (Mailing Address)
PROD offers financial assistance via spay/neuter discount certificates to those in need of help to have their pet(s) spayed or neutered. This is only made possible through PROD matching a discount offered by some of our local veterinarians (in Hood River.) Up to a 50% discount certificate is available for those meeting the general requirements. Assistance is also available for those rescuing strays. Call to see if you qualify.
Spokane Humane Society
S.A.F.E. (Save Animals From Euthanasia) Spay/Neuter program has been responsible for over 2,000 animals being sterilized.
Spay/neuter clinic which performs around 300 sterilizations per month. Also contract with 12 other veterinary clinics to fulfill a sterilization contract with the City for free sterilization. Annual funds raised through the sale of licenses.
You can also call call 1-800-248-SPAY FREE to find the low cost spay neuter closest to you.
If you get their recording, you have to let it ring many times before the recording comes on.
Doney Memorial Pet Clinic at Union Gospel Mission
Clinic: 318 Second Ave. Extension South
Mail: 4351 29th Avenue W, Seattle, 98199
Outpatient pet clinic, every 2nd & 4th Saturday, 3-5 p.m. Vaccines, food, leashes, shampoo, & for low-income, disabled, seniors, and street people. For homeless and low income within the Seattle city limits. Clients must furnish photo ID, proof of residence in Seattle, and either a medical coupon from SSI or their food stamps authorization (not just their food stamp card).
NE Veterinary Hospital
9505 35th NE, Seattle 98115
Doctor on call till 11pm, techs on duty 24 hours.
Emerald City Emergency Clinic
4102 Stone Way, Seattle 98103
Veterinary clinic open nights and weekends. Open Saturday noon – Monday 8am, and every night 6pm-8am. Acces Animal Critical Care Open 24 Hours11536 Lake City wawy NE Seattle, Wash 98125206-364-1660www.criticalcarenets.com Five Corners Veterinary Hospital Open 24 Hours
15707 1st Ave S Seattle, WA 98148(206) 243-2982
Animal Emergency at Pilchuck Vet Hospital24 Hour Vet Emergency
11308 92nd St Se, Snohomish, WA(360) 568-9111
|Pilchuck Veterinary Hospital
11308 92nd Street SE Snohomish, Wa 98290
Emergency 24 hours~call 360-568-9111 for small animals. 360-568-3111 for large animals
Seattle Animal Control
206-386-4254 ~ Report cruelty to animals, report loose, possibly dangerous animals ———————————————————————————————————————————————
Pet Advocates and Organizations:
Pets need human support in retaining a safe world for them, below are groups and organizations that promote pet well being.
C3 Seattle is a community of businesses and consumers dedicated to promoting animal and environmentally friendly choices for Seattle area residentsC/O C3 Seattle PO Box 17607 Seattle, WA 98107
|Citizens for Off-Leash Areas (COLA)
P.O. Box 80672 . Seattle, WA 98108-0672
|Humane Society for Seattle/King County
13212 SE Eastgate Wy Bellevue
|PAWS-Progressive Animal Welfare Society
15305 44th Ave W Lynnwood
|PAWS Cat City
8503 Greenwood N
|R.E.D. ‘Rescue Every Dog’ Seattle Chapter
P.O. Box 22702 Seattle, WA 98122-0702
|Seattle Animal Shelter
2061 15th AVe W – Seattle