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
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.
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.
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.
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***
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.