You can fix this. We can help. 

Cost shouldn't be a barrier to spaying or neutering your pet. Our Planned Pethood clinic provides low-cost spay/neuter services to ensure every pet owner can spay/neuter their pets and prevent unwanted litters, no matter their income.

When you spay/neuter your pet, you help:

  • Prevent serious illness in your pet
  • Improve some undesirable behaviors
  • Reduce pet overpopulation in your community
  • Most importantly, save lives!

Spay/neuter ensures pet owners don’t end up with more pets than they can handle, pets that may end up in shelters facing euthanasia. You can make a difference. We’ll help you take the first step. Make an appointment today! 

Planned Pethood alters rabbits and pet pigs, too.

Please call for pricing: 609-818-1952.

 

The importance of spay/neuter:

Longer, healthier, happier lives for pets

     In the United States, more than 7.6 million cats and dogs enter shelters each year.   41% of those cats and 31% of those dogs are euthanized.   Source: ASPCA

    In the United States, more than 7.6 million cats and dogs enter shelters each year.   41% of those cats and 31% of those dogs are euthanized. 
    Source: ASPCA

    Save lives

    For every puppy bred and sold, a puppy waiting for a home in a shelter will die. 

    It’s that simple.

    By spaying/neutering your pet, you are helping to save lives and  stop shelter overcrowding.

     Unaltered cats can produce 4-12 kittens every year. Unaltered dogs can produce 4-6 puppies every year  Source: ASPCA

    Unaltered cats can produce 4-12 kittens every year. Unaltered dogs can produce 4-6 puppies every year Source: ASPCA

    Save money

    The cost of spaying or neutering a pet is less than the cost of raising puppies or kittens for a year.

    And it’s often impossible to find homes for them all.

     
     Unaltered pets may  try to escape the house to mate, causing damage in the process. Spay/neuter can help eliminate this behavior and instill a calmer attitude in your pet.

    Unaltered pets may  try to escape the house to mate, causing damage in the process. Spay/neuter can help eliminate this behavior and instill a calmer attitude in your pet.

    Improve behavior

    Spaying/neutering your pet can help reduce many undesirable behaviors, such as urine spraying, “mounting,” and “marking territory” in males and meowing/crying and bleeding in in-heat females.

    Neutering may help lessen aggressive behavior in males, as testosterone levels are greatly reduced.

     Many deadly health conditions can be prevented by spaying/neutering your pet.  Source: ASPCA

    Many deadly health conditions can be prevented by spaying/neutering your pet. Source: ASPCA

    Avoid preventable diseases

    In females, spaying can reduce or eliminate the risk of:

    • Pyometra (uterine infection)
    • Mammary (breast) tumors
    • Cancers of the uterus
    • Urinary tract infections
    • Kidney and bladder stones

    In males, neutering can reduce or eliminate the risk of:

    • Prostate, testicular, and bladder cancers
    • Bladder stones
    • Urinary tract infection

    ***Important Information for Pets Having Surgery at Animal Alliance's Planned Pethood Clinic***


    Pre-Surgery Instructions 

    Please do not feed your pet the morning of surgery. Water is fine but no food after 11pm the night before surgery. Please review our surgery authorization form and post-surgery discharge instructions. 

    Cash or check payment is due at the time of drop-off.