Spaying/neutering controls the unwanted pet population, and helps to stop the often tragic overcrowding at our shelters. The Pet Adoption League (P.A.L.) does not offer low cost spay/neuter certificates. However, PAL likes to help make sure animals are spayed and neutered. If you cannot afford a spay/neuter, please contact us to discuss options. Please E-Mail us at email@example.com. Please see a list of local Low Cost Spay & Neuter Programs.
Low cost spay/neuter certificates can be purchased at the shelter 7 days a week. The cost of the certificate varies depending upon the species and weight of your pet. When you purchase the certificate, you will be provided with a list of veterinarians who participate in the program. Please be advised that this certificate covers the cost of the spaying/neutering of your pet and there may be additional costs associated with this procedure which vary from vet to vet.
Call the Animal Welfare League at (914) 948-2094, 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. weekdays (except Wednesday) to purchase discount spay/neuter certificates. Prices range from $50 to $65 for a cat, and $70 to $220 for a dog, depending on the size and gender of the animal. You will also get the names of vets in your area who will honor those certificates.
The Simpson Clinic at the SPCA in Briarcliff Manor offers reduced-cost spay/neuter procedures every Thursday by appointment. To make an appointment for your pet, please call (914) 941-2896 ext. 10.
Certificates may be purchased from Friends of Animals and used for a routine spay or neuter surgery at participating veterinary hospitals.
Certificates may be purchased on-line or ordered by mail. Call 1-800-321-PETS (1-800-321-7387) and request an application Before ordering, please call the veterinarian of your choice from the "Participating Veterinarian" list and confirm his/her continued participation in the spay/neuter program. The Friends of Animals certificate covers the cost of a routine spay/neuter procedure including a cursory (not full) surgical pre-exam, anesthesia, surgical procedure, waste disposal, day of surgery post-operative care and pain-relief, hospitalization as required, and stitch removal if necessary.
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