help reduce the number
of animals entering our
city's shelters.

You can help fix the problem. Spay or neuter your pet.

SPAY/NEUTER PROGRAMS FROM NKLA COALITION PARTNERS

NKLA Coalition partners offer many different options to help you spay or neuter your pet. It’s possible that your pet may even qualify for a discounted or free spay/neuter surgery. Please note that services for community cats will vary.

VISIT OUR PARTNER WEBSITES FOR MORE DETAILS:

Spay/Neuter OPTIONS

SPAY AND NEUTER VOUCHER

See if your pet qualifies for a free or discounted spay/neuter operation. Click here (Los Angeles Animal Services) or call 1-888-452-7381

ADDITIONAL SPAY/NEUTER RESOURCES

For information on more programs and veterinarians offering low-cost spay/neuter services, search here (SpayCalifornia.org) and here (Found Animals Foundation).

Need help transporting your cat to a clinic? No problem! 
Heaven on Earth Society for Animals offers free transport to clinics within select zip codes in the San Fernando Valley on their “SpayShip.” Click here for details.

Featured S/N Events

FIX YOUR BIG DOG FOR FREE!

(OVER 40 LBS)

NKLA coalition partner SNPLA 

Appointments & General Inquiries:

(310) 574-5555

Spay Neuter Project L.A. is offering FREE neuter for male pet dogs. Call today to make your appointment! Dogs must be over 40 lbs (current or projected weight) and qualifying income (under $40k/annually) required. Certain zip codes qualify: 90002, 90003, 90011, 90016, 90018, 90037, 90043, 90044, 90047, 90062, 91331, 91335, 91342, 91352, 91402

 

 

Spay and Neuter FAQs

How long does spay/neuter take? It depends on the animal’s breed, age, temperament and other factors.

What age should I spay/neuter my pet? As early as 8 weeks old in many cases. However, you should always consult your vet.

Is it a difficult procedure? Spaying and neutering are routine procedures, and complications are rare.

Download All S/N FAQs

WHY YOU SHOULD SPAY AND NEUTER

  • You prevent unwanted litters of puppies and kittens.
  • It helps prevent “marking” inside your home.
  • Your pet is less likely to get certain types of cancer.
  • There are discount programs to make the surgery affordable.
  • Male dogs and cats won’t be as inclined to try to run away.
  • Females won’t go into heat.
  • Spaying and neutering your pet is good for the community.
  • Bottom line is it saves lives, and is better for your pet!