Spay/Neuter Clinic Info

ONLY YOU CAN END THE TRAGEDY OF PET OVERPOPULATION!

DON’T BREED OR BUY WHILE HOMELESS PETS DIE!

We here at East Coast Adoption Agency see it every day… Unwanted puppies/dogs going to shelters where, due to a lack of resources, the majority are euthanized.We’ve made it our mission to try to save those dogs but it’s a tough task if pet owners aren’t doing their part by getting their animals fixed.

Get ‘Em Fixed!Bob Barker

Fixing your animals is actually good for them

  • In addition to saving lives, spayed and neutered dogs and cats live longer, healthier lives.
  • Spaying female dogs and cats eliminates the possibility of uterine or ovarian cancer and greatly reduces the incidence of breast cancer.
  • Neutering a male reduces the risk of both prostate enlargement and prostate cancer.
  • Neutering also will make your pet more affectionate and less likely to roam, get in fights, or become lost.
  • Spayed and neutered pets are better, more affectionate, companions.

Did you know that

  • 35% of pet owners still choose not to spay or neuter their pets?
  • 1 in 20 of the 163 million pet dogs and cats in the United States end up in a shelter each year.
  • About 8 million strays or unwanted pets are taken in by shelters each year; 3.7 are euthanized while only 3 to 4 million are adopted!
  • Communities spend millions of dollars to control and eliminate unwanted animals.
  • Irresponsible breeding contributes to the problem of dog bites and attacks.
  • Animal shelters are overburdened with surplus animals.

To find a low cost clinic in your area, we’ve included a clinic finder here:

 Below we’ve listed some of the local low-cost spay/neuter clinics in our service region.

Always check with your vet as to participation in any of these programs. Not all vets will accept certificates.

DESPCA: delspaca.org/services/neutering
Low Income: http://dhss.delaware.gov/dhss/dph/oaw/spayneuter.html
SNAP-410-885-5783 (SERVES MD, DE, PA)
DE Humane Association-302-571-0111
Kent County: 302-698-3006
DE County SPCA – http://www.delspca.org/
York County SPCA-717-764-6109
SNAP-410-885-5783 (SERVES MD, DE, PA)
Lehigh Valley Humane Society-610-797-3439
Philadelphia SPCA: 215-426-6300
Spay Now-Spaynow.org
Animal Welfare League of Montgomery County: 301-740-2511
SNAP-410-885-5783 (SERVES MD, DE, PA)
Spay MD, Catonsville-410-696-2123
Spay Spa-443-607-6496
Animal Welfare Society of Howard County: 410-465-4350
NEW JERSEY RESIDENTS THAT ADOPT FROM OUR AGENCY, PLEASE USE SHELTER CODE DISCOUNT: R032 for $20 spay and neuter. Call 609-826–4873 for more info, or visit :
Friends of Animals-856-663-1836
Bryan Animal Hospital in West Hampton- 609-267-0304
Best Friends in Mays Landing-609-625-7922
Ace of Spay-609-267-6770
Animal Welfare Association-856-424-2288 ext. 105
Cream Ridge Pet Care-609-758-7777
For NYS farmers, low income adopters, disability etc.: http://www.gofar.org/GOFARvouchers.html
Madison County area in NY:
Madison County Wanderers’ Rest Humane Association has an ASPCA voucher program that offers spay and neuter assistance. (Currently on hold through July)
Syracuse Area:
There are other programs such as Friends of Animals which people can purchase certificates for low cost spays and neuters.
Please check with your vet to see if they participate with this program as many do not.
Alexandra Animal Shelter-703-838-4775
Animal Welfare League of Arlington-703-931-9241
Charlottesville SPCA-804-973-5959
Spay Inc-703-522-9720

Washington D.C.

Washington Humane Society-202-882-5837
Washington Animal Rescue League-202-726-2273
Spay Inc: 703-522-7920