Spay & Neuter
**With the developing news regarding coronavirus COVID-19, we have decided to temporarily suspend our public spay/neuter services until further notice. Please continue to check our website and social media for updates and upcoming programs. Please stay safe. If you would like to help a shelter animal, please consider fostering a dog, cat or rabbit. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.**
Please read through all of the information below before you schedule your pet.
Help fight the tragedy of pet overpopulation by spaying or neutering your cat or dog.
Our public spay/neuter clinic offers affordable surgery for any pet cat or dog that needs it.
What is spay/neuter? Why should I sterilize my pet?
Spay/neuter surgery makes it impossible for your cat or dog to have babies.
Currently, there are not enough homes for all the pets we have and spay/neuter reduces the number of animals born that will end up in shelters or roaming on the street.
The potential benefits include:
- Prevention of reproductive system diseases like deadly infections and cancers.
- Decreased roaming.
- Reduced aggressive tendencies.
- Less nuisance behaviors like marking.
- Reduction in dog license fees.
Thank you for deciding to spay/neuter your pet. Your decision is good for your pet and benefits our community!
Before you get your appointment, please read the following:
- Your pet must be at least 2 months old and weigh at least 2 pounds.
- To save time on the day of your appointment, print and fill out the required forms before your visit.
- Based on your pets physical exam and medical history our veterinarians reserve the right to refuse any and all services.
Cost of Surgery
There are no extra charges for reducible umbilical hernias, pyometra, overweight, pregnant, in heat or cryptorchid animals.
Additional services, such as vaccination, nail trim and flea medication, are available at the time of spay/neuter for an additional cost (full list of additional services provided on check-in form).
Payment is required in full at time of drop off. We do not accept checks.
If you need financial assistance with spay/neuter, please contact our Helping Paws program at 626.792.7151 ext. 281. Financial assistance for spay/neuter is available only to residents of our 11 animal control contract cities: Arcadia, Altadena, Bradbury, Glendale, La Canada Flintridge, La Crescenta-Montrose, Monrovia, Pasadena, San Marino, Sierra Madre, and South Pasadena. You must be approved by the Helping Paws program prior to making your appointment. Requests for financial assistance will not be honored the day of surgery.
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