Our Spay/Neuter Program began in 1998. A group composed of board members and volunteers from the community joined together to make a plan to do something about the overpopulation of local dogs and cats. This group pooled their money and raised funds from the community to spay and neuter as many shelter animals as possible.
In 2000, public cats and dogs from low income owners were added to the program thanks to a generous donation from Helen Long. In 2003, Dr. Leslie Appel, professor and veterinarian with Cornell University, started Shelter Outreach Services. SOS is a non-profit, low cost spay/neuter program in which highly trained veterinarians and licensed vet techs travel to shelters and rescue groups to perform spay/neuter clinics.
If you are in need of low cost spay/neuter services, please fill out the registration form through the link below.
*New prices listed here beginning in January 2022
Required for all animals over 12 weeks old
Blood test for the presence of feline immunodeficiency virus and feline leukemia virus
Deworming for roundworms and hookworms