Spay & Neuter Assistance Program
Be Part of the Solution
We offer a Spay/Neuter Voucher Discount Coupon* to help offset the cost of surgery for your pet.
$40 Discount on Dog or Cat Spays (Female)
$35 Discount on Dog or Cat Neuters (Male)
Give the coupon to the participating veterinarian, and you will receive a discount $35 or $40 discount off the normal fee.*
Click here to request a voucher or more information.
PLEASE FIRST: MAKE AN APPOINTMENT WITH ONE OF OUR PARTICIPATING VETERINARIANS (Listed Below)
In your message, provide the date of your scheduled appointment, your name, address, phone number and how many vouchers you need. Limit one per animal. No application is necessary.
*Only redeemable at participating veterinary hospitals listed on this page. Appointments are required. Please mention the coupon when you make your appointment.
Animal Hospital of Cotati (707) 792-0200
Brandner Veterinary (707) 762-3549
Cat Hospital of Petaluma (707) 778-7859
East Petaluma Animal Hospital (707) 765-9098
Spay/Neuter Benefits Everyone!
Spaying or neutering your pets reduces the overall homeless animal population by reducing the number of unwanted or accidental litters of puppies and kittens. Since communities spend millions of dollars annually to control homeless companion animals, spaying/neutering saves us all money. In addition, the California animal shelter system euthanizes 50% to 70% of homeless animals (many of whom are adoptable). A compassionate society knows that a better way to solve overpopulation than needlessly euthanizing unwanted animals, and that spay and neuter efforts help reduce the number of strays, ferals and unwanted animals in our community.
Spaying or neutering often eliminates annoying behavioral problems like marking/spraying urine, fighting and roaming. When animals roam the streets freely, they are in danger of becoming permanently lost or injured by vehicles, bicycles, or other animals. Neutering reduces these roaming tendencies, keeping your pet safely at home. Additionally, female animals in heat can cry incessantly, act nervous and attract males from all around. Having your pet spayed eliminates the heat cycle and will end those unwanted visits from those intact males.
Check out these other assistance programs in Sonoma County for more help with spaying or neutering your pet. Click on each program name or logo to visit their website.
Low cost pay/neuter clinic for residents of Petaluma
Forgotten Felines of Sonoma County
Low cost spay/neuter clinic for feral cats
Low cost spay/neuter clinics
Free or low cost spay/neuter assistance