Too many pets being born + Overcrowded Rescues and Shelters = Unnecessary Euthanasia of healthy, adoptable animals.
One of the best ways to help solve this problem is to make sure that all of your pets are Spayed or Neutered. This is not just a population control issue, it also makes for healthier, happier pets.
There are Spay and Neuter groups (as well as Rescues and Shelters) who have free or low cost spay/neuter programs.
To find a group who can help with spay or neutering of your pet, click on a link or the map below.
- The Cat Network South Florida: We rescue cats and kittens, run a mobile spay/neuter clinic and advocate for community cats
- CrisisDogsNC Hillsborough, NC: Dogs
- Seal Beach Animal Care Center Seal Beach, California: Cats & Dogs
- New England Lab Rescue, Inc Limerick, Maine and all New England States: Labrador Retrievers
- 2nd Chances Rescue Southern California: Dogs, mama & litters, abandoned litters, and swimmer pups.
- Oscar’s Cause Lake Hamilton, FL: Dogs &Cats
- The Second Hand Dog Rescue Rochester, NY: All breeds of dogs
- Mostly Muttz Rescue, Inc. Pottstown, PA: Dogs
- Justice for Samson Animal Rescue Orange Grove Tx: Large breed dogs
- Boxer Butts & Other Mutts Arden, NC: Dogs