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.
LOS ANGELES ANIMAL SERVICES LOCATIONS:
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
ASPCA offers free spay or neuter services for residents of the city of L.A. Located at the South LA Animal Care Center, 1850 West 60th Street, Los Angeles, 90047; Clinic operates Tuesday through Saturday and accepts dogs and cats by appointment. Please call (844) 692-7722 for more information.
ADDITIONAL SPAY/NEUTER RESOURCES
Need help getting animals 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
Spay Neuter Project - LA
NKLA coalition partner SNPLA
Appointments & General Inquiries: 310-574-5555
CATS: FREE spay or neuter for cats in 90032, 90044, 90047, 91331, 91335, 91342, 91402, 90744, 90731 and 90732 (no income requirements).
DOGS: FREE spay or neuter for dogs in 90011, 91331, 91342, 91405, 90731, 90003, 90044, and 90047 (no income requirements).
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.
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!