Spay/Neuter Assistance Program


First and foremost, we would like to thank all of you that have been proactive and have ensured that your pets are spayed/neutered to help eliminate pet overpopulation!

Our spay/neuter voucher program is designed to assist pet owners with the cost of a spay/neuter surgery for their pet(s). It is a fantastic program, and serves to help eliminate pet overpopulation. In offering this type of assistance to the public, we are able to prevent unwanted litters of both cats and dogs.

This program is funded by a grant, and all funds received are used to pay the veterinarians for every surgery that they perform. We cover all costs associated with surgeries, including (but not limited to): Anesthesia, spay/neuter surgery, injectable antibiotics, as well as additional costs that are associated with animals who are pregnant, in heat, or are considered cryptorchid. We cover all of the costs at no additional cost to you.

Please note that each clinic is only allotted a certain number of vouchers per month, and we can only provide two per household per month.
Voucher Program FAQ:

You must be a current resident of Greenbrier County, Monroe County, Pocahontas County, or Summers County to qualify for a spay/neuter voucher.

Simply get an appointment date for your pets spay/neuter surgery and then give us a call or come see us! If you would like to check with us to see what we currently have available, please call our facility at (304) 645-4775.

We do not require a maximum or minimum donation amount. The amount you choose to donate is completely up to you. Please be sure to bring your donation with you when you come to the facility to pick up your voucher, as we require donations to be made at the time the voucher is issued.

Donation-based vouchers

Donation based vouchers can only be issued when we have spay/neuter vouchers available with the veterinarians participating in our program. All of the veterinarians that participate in our spay/neuter clinics agree to a set number of vouchers per month. Due to this, there is a limited quantity of donation-based vouchers that we can offer to the community. Once all clinics are filled for the month, we are unable to issue any additional donation-based vouchers.

Yes, we require that your donation is collected at the time you receive your voucher.

Unfortunately, no we cannot mail vouchers. You must come in person. We require this because we must collect donations when issuing the voucher.

Absolutely! We understand life can get crazy and you may need a friend/family member to retrieve your voucher for you. Just send your donation with them!

Unfortunately, no.  All animals must be socialized family pets.  We could potentially lose our grant funding if we issue a voucher for a feral/wild animal.

Pregnant animals can be spayed as long as the owner is comfortable with it. Please be sure to let us know that the animal is pregnant when the voucher is being made.

You must wait until she is finished nursing before having her spayed.  If she is spayed too soon, she may stop producing milk for her offspring.

All animals must be AT LEAST four (4) months old before they can be spayed/neutered.  Please wait until your pet is at least 4 months old before applying for a voucher.

We allow two (2) vouchers per household per month!

Give us a call at (304) 645-4775.  We will be happy to answer any questions you may have!